Dr. Daniel Strobl studied psychosocial studies at Charles University in Prague. He worked in psychiatric hospital Praha Bohnice from 1996 till 1999. He began to deal with post-traumatic stress disorders among the soldiers and other victims of war. This activity resulted into a graduation work Psychosocial Consequences of the Modern War in 1999.
In 2001-2006 he studied psychology at the Department of Psychology of the University of Palacky in Olomouc. He finalized his studying by his disertation 'Psychological Consequences of Homicide'. He reached his second MA degree there in May 2006 and doctor degree in 2018.
In February 2000 he accepted an offer of the Army of the Czech Republic to follow his research of PTSD and he entered Center of Social Advanced Studies of the Chief of General Staff of the Army of the Czech Republic.
The main area of his work was a scientific research in the many branches of the Czech Army. He focused on the problem of the veterans of the peacekeeping missions and co-developed a formal and practical system of psychosocial care of the Czech veterans. Daniel Strobl took part several actions among the Czech soldiers in Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. He presented the results of his researches on various international psychological and psychiatric conferences. He collaborates with professionals from NATO armies.
In 2002 he accepted an offer of 152 Rescue Battalion in Kutna Hora to work there as a military psychologist. He is engaged especially in psycho-diagnosis, HR, military management and personnel selection, human behaviour during extreme situations, crisis management and decision-making process under stress and mental overload. He collaborates as a lector with Directory of the Training and Doctrine in Vyskov, where he trains the civilian employees of NATO in war stress, negotiation, communication and crisis counseling.
Daniel Strobl passed psychoanalyzes psychotherapy training in The Institute of Applied Psychoanalyses in Prague, and has the private practice. He is an external collaborator of the Institute of the Applied Psychoanalysis, a supervisor of the work-teams and a lector. In 2010 - 2015 he worked as a consultant of HR Department of the Ministry of Defense of the Czech republic. He regularly contributes for the Czech printed mass media. As an expert on interpersonal relationship, stress and human behavior he is invited by Czech Television and Czech Radio.