Yuval Hadash is a Psychologist and Ph.D. candidate in clinical psychology working with Prof. Amit Bernstein in the International Research Collaborative on Anxiety (IRCA) laboratory at the University of Haifa, Israel. He conducted my undergraduate studies in psychology and humanities at the University of Haifa. He received training in mindfulness-based interventions, cognitive-behavioral therapies and psychodynamic therapy. His research interests are focused on understanding core processes in mindfulness and its mechanisms of action. He is specifically interested in integrating Buddhist conceptions of mindfulness, self-referentiality and equanimity into scientific conceptualizations and investigations of mindfulness processes and mechanisms. Accordingly, he is currently working on research projects investigating novel implicit and behavioral measurements of these processes, and testing their relations to well being, maladaptation and psychopathology.

This profile was last updated on December 31, 2015

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