Hannah Kuske is a clinical psychologist in training at the Medical University Innsbruck/ Schloss Hofen, Austria. She holds masters degrees in psychology and peace studies from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland and the University of Innsbruck, Austria. In the past she has conducted research in the areas of empathy, Theory of Mind and social cognition and was involved in research on visual short-term memory and dementia. Her work and research interests lie especially in the fields of trauma and emergency psychology with a focus on stress and coping strategies in humanitarian and military missions. Hannah has experience in the coordination, planning and facilitation of civil-military training elements in various settings with the Austrian Armed Forces and draws on a range of professional experience e.g.in the field of culture, diversity and equality, press and media or HIV/ Aids awareness in different international settings for her work.