Rohullah Amin is a medical doctor (psychiatrist) and psychologist by training. He is currently a doctoral researcher interested in social psychology of intractable conflict with a focus on Afghanistan. He has conducted independent research on group psychology and functions of stereotypes during conflict. Dr. Amin is a Fulbright scholar with a master’s degree in applied psychology from New York University; he holds an M.D. from Kabul Medical University. In addition to mental health disorders, he has provided psychological therapy, counseling, training and coaching in the areas of psychological trauma, domestic abuse, grief, crises intervention, career and life adjustment, cultural diversity problems in the forms of individual and group therapy. He has served as a commissioner in civil service reform commission, as the country director and senior research fellow at American Institute of Afghanistan Studies, and taught at Kabul university and American University of Afghanistan.