Dr. med. Amma Yeboah & Prof. Dr. Sabine Koch (Alanus Hochschule)

Dr. med. Amma Yeboah is a Psychodynamic Supervisor and a psychiatrist and psychotherapist specializing in gender-sensitive psychiatric psychotherapeutic treatment. As a lecturer and adjunct faculty member at several universities, she focuses on teaching Gender-specific and Anti-racist Medicine, emphasizing intersectional perspectives in medical and psychotherapeutic care. Dr. med. Amma Yeboah studied Human Medicine at the Free University of Berlin, completed training as a Critical Whiteness and Empowerment Trainer at Phoenix e.V., earned her doctorate at Charité, Universitätsmedizin Berlin, and completed certification in Psychodynamic Supervision and Coaching at inscape international, Cologne. https://amma-yeboah.de

Prod. Dr. phil. habil. Sabine C. Koch is Professor for Empirical Research in Creative Arts Therapies and Head of the Research Institute for Creative Arts Therapies at at Alanus University. The The RIArT (Forschungsinstitut für Künstlerische Therapien) is a research institute in Germany with national and international focus that is dedicated to: conducting and promoting research in Creative Arts Therapies (CATs), the scientific advancement of theories, methods and empirical research (efficacy, effectiveness, therapeutic factors, and arts-based research), as well as the promotion and qualification of academic researchers in the field.