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Elijah Stephen Meeker is a student in the Psy.D clinical program at Professional School of Psychology in Sacramento, California. He is 31 years old and has been working in the non-profit world for the last six years. He is currently working for a church organization fighting the human trafficking problem through creative means, initiating local awareness in Northern California for global effectiveness. Upon completion of his doctorate and licensure, Elijah plans to continue in the non-profit field, providing clinical services to victims of human trafficking, while also providing consulting services to the various advocacy organizations in the field. Elijah resides in Rocklin, California with his wife and 4 children.
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