Dr. Amy Hampton was accepted into the clinical psychology program following the completion of her honours degree at the University of Calgary. She is interested in the role of emotional regulation in the pain experience. Her work has been published in the peer reviewed literature and has been presented at a variety of conferences. Dr. Hampton is an avid runner (5 km in 22 minutes) and the undisputed winner of the 2014 fundraiser run to fight depression that was organized by graduate students in our department. She has been an active lifestyle role model for all of us in the lab. Following the completion of her dissertation at the Health Psychology Laboratory, she obtained employment as a Psychologist for the Saskatchewan Health Authority (Regina Mental Health Services).