Degree in Psychology and Master in Psychopathology and Health. He completed doctoral studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment of the UNED, related to Stress and the Immune System, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Moobing. Chief of Brigade in the Forest Fire Service of the Generalitat Valenciana, with more than 20 years of experience. With multidisciplinary training at the Master's level in areas such as: Occupational Health and Safety, Emergency Management, Sport Psychology, Human Resources Management, Mediation, Conflict Resolution and Coaching. Postgraduate in Environmental Consulting and Criminology. As a psychologist, he collaborates with several companies and institutions in the area of training in Psychology in Emergencies and Human Resources management. He is Professor at the University of Valencia in the Master in "Intervention and operational coordination in emergencies and catastrophes" and Diploma of University Specialization in "Instructor in Emergency Operations Services", among others. He is Director and President of the International Scientific-Professional Committee of the National Symposium on Forest Fires (SINIF). He has given numerous conferences at international level and has been part of the Organizing Committee of several International Congresses. He is part of the Editorial Board of several international scientific journals. He has published numerous articles on forest fires, stress, psychosocial risks and emotional trauma, mainly in relation to emergency services and natural disasters. Currently, he is assigned to the Research Group in "Climate and Territorial Planning" (Department of Regional Geographical Analysis and Physical Geography) of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the University of Alicante, where he researches on the Social Perception of Forest Fire Risk and Conduct to possible Disasters. He is a member of the Spanish Society for the Study of Anxiety and Stress (SEAS), and the Spanish Association of Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology (AEPCP).
Work stress, occupational health and safety, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders, social perception of risks and psychology in emergencies.
Uri Hadar is professor of psychology in Tel Aviv University and the Rupin Academic Center. He studied for BA and MA in Tel Aviv University and for PhD in the University of London. His fields of research include psychoanalysis, nonverbal communication and the cerebral representation of natural language. In these fields, he engaged deeply in both empirical and theoretical research and has published widely about these issues. His three books discuss psychoanalytic psychotherapy from the vantage point of integrating Lacanian and Relational approaches. Uri Hadar believes that psychoanalysis may offer a valid perspective for understanding social issues that may lay the basis for political involvement. He is a member of an Israeli organization (“Psychoactive: Mental Health Professionals for Human Rights”) that investigates, promotes and practices this view, with special interest in Israeli-Palestinian relations and the need for justice for Palestinians.
Israeli-Palestinian relations and the need for justice for Palestinians.