War Child Holland
Kenneth E. Miller is a psychologist and researcher at War Child Holland, where he develops and evaluates mental health and psycho-social interventions for war-affected children and families. His research has also focused on identifying the diverse pathways by which armed conflict and forced migration impact the mental health of civilians. He is also a writer, whose most recent book, War Torn: Stories of Courage, Love, and Resilience examines the impact war and displacement on mental health. He writes regularly for Psychology Today and Huffington Post.