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Johanna Schacht is a Member of the Board of the International Society for Peri- and Prenatal Psychology and Medicine (ISPPM):

Born 1976 in Hamburg, 2 children, born 2001 and 2003
Study in pedagogy with a focus on art therapy at the University of Cologne
Theme of the diploma thesis: „The Garden – designed Paradise Memory. Artificial Potentials of an Archetypic Topos „(2005). Short Article on the topic in English here.
Voluntary and freelance work at IB (international federation for integration help for migrant children), VaMV (association of single mothers and fathers), KIT-Initiative (art and educational projects with pupils)
ISPPM member since 2006, board member since 2010
Tuition for children with dyscalculia and legastenia
Pedagogical specialist at a private primary school since 2013


in „Kunst als kulturelles Bewusstsein vorgeburtlicher und geburtlicher Erfahrungen“, Mattes Verlag 2008: „Joseph Beuys‘ Aktion „Wie man dem toten Hasen die Bilder erklärt“ im Licht der Pränatalpsychologie“ (http://www.mattes.de/buecher/praenatale_psychologie/978-3-930978-79-3.html)
In „Wurzeln des Lebens“. Mattes Verlag 2012: „Roots of Humankind. Rediscovery of the Maternal Cultural Evolution Level” (http://www.mattes.de/buecher/praenatale_psychologie/978-3-86809-062-8.html), English version here: https://www.academia.edu/4963113/Roots_of_Mankind
In „Schwangerschaft und Geburt prägen das Leben“, Mattes Verlag 2015: „Von der Schöpfungsmacht der Muttergöttinnen zu fötalen omnipotenten Göttern. Entwicklungsgeschichte früher Hochkulturen in Mesopotamien“ (http://www.mattes.de/buecher/praenatale_psychologie/978-3-86809-096-3.html)
Book project „EUROPA means the far-sighted woman. Postpatriarchal Perspectives for Cultural Anthropology“ (https://www.amazon.de/EUROPA-HEI%C3%9FT-WEITBLICKENDE-Postpatriarchale-K...)
All articles here: https://independent.academia.edu/JohannaSchacht


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