Associate Professor Stephanie Hanrahan is the convenor of the sport and exercise psychology program in the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences and the School of Psychology at The University of Queensland. Stephanie has published 13 books, 36 book chapters, and over 100 articles. She has made hundreds of presentations at professional meetings and to community organisations. Currently Stephanie’s main research focus is using games and mental skills training to enhance the life satisfaction and self worth of marginalised youth. Excluding conference-related activities, she has run workshops in 11 countries. Stephanie is a fellow of the Australian Sports Medicine Federation and the Association of Applied Sport Psychology. As a registered psychologist she has worked with individuals and teams from all levels of sport (able-bodied and disabled), Aboriginal performing artists, Mexican orphans, teenagers living in poverty (e.g., in the slums of Buenos Aires), and former gang members. She enjoys having a go at Latin and African dance.