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Joanna Berendt

ICF PCC | Certified Trainer of Positive Neuroplasticity | Certified Resonant Healing Practitioner
Speaks English, Polish
Certified Trainer since 2014
"I like to portray myself as an active dreamer. I dream of a world that works for everyone, where we hear each other and consider each other on the level of beautiful, universal, human needs."

Joanna Berendt actively works to create systems and relationships based on dialogue, mutual respect, trust, cooperation, and harmonious use of the inner potential of individuals.

She initiated the creation of the first postgraduate studies in Nonviolent Communication program in Poland at Collegium Civitas, where she has been teaching since 2015. She is the co-creator of Empathy-Based Coaching in cooperation with the School of Empathy-Based Coaches, where since 2017 she has been successfully training future coaches working in the NVC field.

She works individually and with teams, mainly in the areas of education and business. She accompanies leaders in building motivated and cooperative teams and resolving conflicts, and communication that builds trust and dialogue. She works globally, conducts workshops and trainings, facilitates circles and meetings, and offers individual sessions and mediation.

She is the co-author of many NVC programs and articles, as well as the books, Getting Along with Your Child: Coaching, Empathy, Parenting, Getting Along with Your Teenager, Friends of the Giraffe: Fairy Tales About Empathy, Alphabet of Empathy, Getting Along with Others, NVC Not Only for Organizations, and more.

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Qualitative communication and action build understanding with others, and we need to start by getting along with ourselves. When we are on our own side, are attentive to our body signals, our feelings, our needs, and take ourselves seriously, it is easier for us to find the resources to see the human in the other person.

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