Kalina Yordanova is a a psychotherapist for victims of torture, domestic violence and human trafficking. Her academic work is based on the conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Syria, namely the psychological consequences of war. In Images of War: The Place of the War Past of the Parents in the Second Generation’s Identity Yordanova focused on the effects of the memory of war on the identity of second generation war survivors from Bosnia and Herzegovina. To achieve this she methodologically combined anthropology and psychoanalysis to demonstrate how children reconstruct the war past of their parents. You can read Yordanova's work from the external link shared under this article.