Kenneth E. Miller is Senior Researcher at the Dutch NGO War Child Holland, where he develops and evaluates mental health interventions for for war-affected communities. He has studied the impact of war and displacement on civilians for 25 years, and has worked both internationally (Afghanistan, Guatemala, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Lebanon) and with Bosnian and Afghan refugees in the US. In addition to his academic articles, he writes a blog “The Refugee Experience” for Psychology Today, and has published two books: The Mental Health of Refugees” (2004) and “War Torn: Stories of Courage, Love, and Resilience” (2016). He also directed a film about the impact of civil war on a Sri Lankan village, “Unholy Ground”, which first screened at the Boston International Film Festival in 2011. He is also a passionate rock climber and folk musician.