Jutta Battenberg Galindo is Professor of Theology at the Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA) and at the Franciscan Institute of Philosophy and Theology (IFFT) of the Province of the Holy Gospel in Mexico City since 2006. She is also director of the Center for Human Development and Spirituality Domus Vitae, AC.
She earned her doctorate degree in Theology at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia. She holds a master’s degree in Educational Awareness with a Gestalt approach and specialized in human development and Gestalt Psychotherapy at the Humanistic Institute of Gestalt Psychotherapy (IHPG) in Mexico City and holds a bachelor's degree in Theological Sciences from the Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA) in Mexico City.
She is a member of the research group in Moral Theology, eTHEOS, of the Universidad Iberoamericana and Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church as well as founder and president of the Association of Graduates of Theology of the Universidad Iberoamericana (ASETI).
As a specialist in Human Development, Gestalt Psychotherapy, and Theology, she is a regular guest on radio and television, as well as facilitator of human development workshops especially for women, vulnerable groups, and religious, mainly in rural areas and urban peripheries, as well as dedicating herself to psychotherapeutic practice.