How do we love our neighbour when they've survived trauma?

Brenton Diaz is a trauma therapist in Ontario who works with people who have trauma history including coming from communities where there has been genocide. 

He serves as the coordinator of the Newcomers' Health and Well-being Program at a charitable community health organization north of Toronto. He teaches on trauma at Tyndale University in Toronto and abroad including Lithuania, Ukraine, Kenya and Malawi, and Ethiopia. He also teaches in the social work departments at two Toronto-area universities.

He and his wife Christy volunteer with The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, consulting and teaching in Kenya, Rwanda, Dominican Republic, Malawi, Lithuania, Georgia & Ukraine.

In this podcast episode he chats with host Bill Fledderus about what it means to befriend someone harmed by a history of abuse or war.

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