Kenneth E. Miller looks at the experience of loss among refugees and others affected by war. He describes different types of loss and their effects on refugees’ wellbeing; suggesting ways we can respond helpfully to survivors of armed conflict.
Kenneth E. Miller, Ph.D., is a psychologist, researcher, and writer who has worked with war-affected communities since 1991. He currently works at War Child Holland where he develops and evaluates mental health interventions, with a special focus on Syrian refugees. His most recent book is War Torn: Stories of Courage, Love, and Resilience.