Patricia Bisch

Patricia is a Board member of the Global Bridge Foundation. She has been a marriage and family therapist for over 35 years in the Santa Barbara and Los Angeles areas specializing in EMDR. For 18 years, she has served as a licensed psychotherapist for the special needs’ students of Santa Monica City College. Patricia has a Masters degree in Marriage Family Counseling and holds a lifetime California K-9 teaching credential. Early in her professional career, she trained and worked in alternative education which focused on the individual needs of a child and the different ways they learn.

She has taught classes and led self-discovery workshops for women. In 2008, she published, “Freedom from Food,” an innovative and practical guide for those struggling with weight issues. Patricia’s philanthropic work includes creating microcredit loans for women with aids living in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya. She also joined Global Bridge in forming a microcredit loan for a village in El Salvador. In addition, she raised funds to assist in several Mayan Villages in Guatemala to form businesses, send children to school, and with the help of Global Bridge built silos to protect their food supply.

Patricia is dedicated to making a difference in the world and has been a supporter of the Global Bridge Foundation for many years. She has worked with the Global Bridge Foundation on “Being a Difference that Makes a Difference Young Leadership Conference,” and other yearly projects such as feeding the homeless and creating hygiene kits for a downtown LA project. Patricia is interested in meeting with other organizations and individuals that can join with Global Bridge in collaborating on projects to unite the planet and end suffering. 

Projects In Focus

Humanistic Spirituality

Humanistic Spirituality (HS) is a system of teaching purposeful living through counseling and guidance practices. more >>

Developing a Soy Industry in Afghanistan

With a goal to eradicate the malnutrition crisis in Afghanistan, Nutrition and Education International more >>

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