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Giancarlo Chavez

Giancarlo Chavez was born and raised in LA County. Giancarlo recently moved to Bakersfield in February of 2021 with hope to service individuals and families with attaining stabilization and permanency in their home and community. Giancarlo has worked in the Mental Health Field for five years servicing large diverse populations in intensive programs like Wraparound. Giancarlo obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Cal State University of Dominguez Hills. Giancarlo holds extensive skills in leading and working with at risk youth and families. Giancarlo enjoys being a part of the healing process in many people’s lives, through the teachings of coping skills and effective communication to promote overall stabilization. Giancarlo values family and intimate bonds and is a strong believer in support systems being in place to promote healing.

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