This report, prepared by PAU alumnus, Dr. Edward Palmer, initially presents a review of published and unpublished articles and reports on the rates of adult and child mental health disorders in Cambodia, including a section on maintaining factors. A cursory review of the psychosocial distress construct then follows. Finally, a review of psychological measures used in prior research in Cambodia is presented, some of which were not published, but nonetheless are based on studies with large samples sizes and sound psychometric methodology. After presenting each measure, all of which are divided into psychosocial distress measures and process measures, a recommendation by the current author is made regarding whether or not each particular measure should be used in the forthcoming migration study. The expertise and discretion of the research group will ultimately decide which measures will be included in the study. Lastly, the measures that were available to the author, in both Khmer and English, were compiled into a separate addendum.