Dr. Stevan Weine is Professor of Psychiatry at the UIC College of Medicine, where he also Director of Global Medicine and Director of the Center for Global Health. For 30 years he has been conducting research both with refugees and migrants in the U.S. and in post-conflict countries, focused on mental health, health, and violence prevention. His research mission is to develop, implement, and evaluate psychosocial interventions that are feasible, acceptable, and effective with respect to the complex real-life contexts where at-risk populations live. Dr.Stevan Weine has been leading the special project that focuses on the rehabilitation and reintegration of returnees in Kazakhstan. In this interview, he shares his observations about good practices, challenges, and lessons learned in rehabilitating and reintegrating women and children returned from Syria and Iraq.