Magdalena Przybysz

Magdalena Przybysz


She’s the author of the book titled Kalejdoskop mocy (The Power Kaleidoscope). A graduate of Applied Psychology at the Jagiellonian University, specialisations: integral psychology, neurolinguistics and psychology of creativity. She completed the Leadership Development Intensive course organised by John Scherer. For years she’s also been training and expanding her skills as regards methods of working with body awareness: the Feldenkrais Method, Body Mind Centering and Contact Improvisation.

In 2013 she was awarded the artistic scholarship by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage in the field of dance and contemporary choreography.

For many years she’s successfully combined these passions – psychology, dancing and working with body, together with the related experience, thus creating integrated trainings, during which the participants release their creative potential and integrate many aspects of their valuable resources; they learn to cope with stress, manage their time and create new group strategies.

For 8 years she’s been cooperating with Pathways Polska; she organises trainings for companies, during which the participants have the opportunity to go out of their comfort zone and develop new skills so called for in the world of continuous challenge. Her areas of interest include cooperation, creative solutions, group processes, getting at new and effective strategies as well as specific, measurable outcomes.

She has conducted programmes and trainings for such companies and organisations as: AWD, Bank Zachodni WBK, Bayer, Netia, Fashion Color Agency, Generalli,  Ministry of Sport, Nivea, Orlen, Pathways Polska, Play, Siemens, Stroer, Vatenfall, the Małopolska Marsha’s Office, u2i, Making Waves and others.

For 10 years she’s been a lecturer at the Art Therapy Institute at the Teatr Ludowy in Krakow, and for the past 3 years she’s been cooperating with the School for Empathy-Based Communication Trainers in Warsaw. She also delivered lectures at the Musical Academy in Krakow, at the Musical Therapy Faculty and in 2014 at the Acting Faculty of the higher education institutions WSK and MS in Warsaw.