Trauma therapist describes work with kids after kibbutz killings
Fliegel, a consultant to the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, has trained trauma workers in Israel and Palestinian territories, as well as Northern Ireland.
She also spent 30 years living on a kibbutz in Israel where she was, and continues to be, a part of the peace movement. She’s now in Israel’s Red Sea town of Eilat where more than 60,000 displaced Israelis are sheltering — among them many of the survivors of the kibbutz attacks.
She talks to host Robin Young about her work there training counselors and working with traumatized children.
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