Teacher, Psychologist, Special pedagogue and the Center’s Coordinator
Viktor Križo studied mathematics teaching, special pedagogy, theology and psychology in Bratislava, Trnava and Brno, at which time he worked on implementing PCA psychotherapeutic training as well. After a twelve-year experience as a mathematics teacher and special pedagogue, he is currently working as a field professional employee of the Center for Pedagogical and Psychological Counseling and Prevention in Bratislava. He focuses on the dissemination of the concept of inclusive education based on humanistic psychology (C. Rogers and Maslov’s B-, D-needs and the model of Nonviolent Communication) and implementation into the school environment. He guarantees and coordinates innovative education at the Center and lectures courses. In the Slovak Chamber of Teachers, he advocates the topic of democratization in schools.
Artepsychotherapist, Curative teacher and lecturer, member of the board of directors
Zuzana Krnáčová graduated in art education, later M.A. in art therapy in Great Britain and doctoral studies in Bratislava. She has worked at home and abroad as a therapist and special needs teacher in various facilities for children at risk. In recent years, as an expert, she has been helping to implement comprehensive support for children at risk in the school environment, support for artefiletics and reflection in teaching, helping to a broader professional understanding of inclusive education and multidisciplinary approach within the Research Institute for Child Psychology and Pathopsychology in Slovakia. At the Center, she works as a lecturer and expert for the education of professional staff.
Project manager, lecturer
Janka Randa graduated in civil society at Charles University in Prague, training for coaches at CTU, and international training for trainers. She has been dedicated to lecturing and facilitation for 10 years. In this area, she brings inspiration for facilitative education and reflective leadership. Her favorite topics include circle counseling, working with diversity in the classroom, conscious work with prejudice, participatory processes in the school environment, and socio-emotional education. She worked on various projects for the Council of Europe, Erasmus + at home and abroad. She is a consultant, expert, facilitator and lecturer at the Center for Inclusive Education.
Manager and coordinator of the Center, occasional freelancer
Anežka Palajová studied Library and Information Science at FIF UK. Although she has never worked in this field, her heart belongs to books, evaluating information sources, disseminating and sharing valuable, inspiring, and world-changing information.
For more than 13 years, she has been creating user-friendly interfaces for web applications and websites for interesting projects and organizations, of which 2 years she worked as a freelancer. It feels good wherever new ideas are born, new projects are created and new products come to life. Thanks to this enthusiasm for new, innovative, and meaningful topics, we are glad her paths have crossed with our Team.
She works at the Center as a project manager and coordinator, implementing systems to simplify routine processes and bureaucracy and seeks solutions to effectively communicate and share the topic of inclusion with the public.
Miriama, our education coordinator, has several years of experience in the TV industry. She has worked on various commercials and audiovisual projects, being in charge of the camera, as well as editing and photography. In the media, she had the opportunity to use her organizational talent, which she decided to further develop at our Center.
Her ambition is to apply her knowledge and talent to meaningful projects that benefit humanity as a whole. In her free time, she travels, takes photos, and reads. She enjoys human diversity, new life challenges, and innovative ideas.