Naji Abi-Hashem, PhD, is a clinical and cultural psychologist, speaker, editor-writer, visiting professor and ordained minister. He is Lebanese-American who serves internationally by counseling, writing, speaking and caring for the caregivers. He lectures and teaches at several international universities and seminaries. Formerly a staff psychologist with the Minirth-Meier New Life Clinics in Seattle, Washington (1992 to 2004), he served as a visiting scholar at the Graduate School of Intercultural Studies, Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California (2006 to 2007) and at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California (2006 to 2008). He writes and speaks on matters related to social issues, psychology, counseling, culture, religious mentality, refugees, trauma, globalization, fundamentalism, radicalization, political analyses, psychotherapy, spirituality and pastoral ministry. Currently, he is an Associate with Member Care International and divides his time between the United States and Beirut, Lebanon.