Joanna was born in Athens and has a Bachelor Degree in Psychology. She did Postgraduate studies in Parapsychology, as well as music therapy, psychodrama and drama therapy.
Joanna has been a lecturer in behavioural training and has cooperated with multiple universities and colleges in Greece. She also teaches drama therapy and organize seminars about personal development through theatrical plays, the therapeutic advantages of sound, and the interaction in human relationships in tango. She studies universal music, horse riding, yoga, reiki, photography and participates in ancient theatrical plays. Her interests include the study of human history and action, the investigation of unexplained phenomena, and philosophy from pro-Socratic philosophers to modern ones.
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