Inger has a PhD & is a licensed clinical psychologist and a Senior Expert and NIAS Associate of the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies in Copenhagen. Recently, she concluded a research project in Cambodia in which she explored local Buddhist approaches to healing of violence-related trauma. Dr. Agger has worked extensively with the development of the testimonial method as acknowledgement and healing of violence-related distress, and her latest publications include: Agger, I., Igreja, V., Kiehle, R. & Polatin, P. (2012). Testimony ceremonies in Asia: Integrating spirituality in testimonial therapy for survivors of torture in India, Sri Lanka, Cambodia and the Philippines. Transcultural Psychiatry.