Here writes: Cristina Muderlak

cristina_murderlakCristina Muderlak Head of the DIALOG - Coaching and Voice Institute. Murderlak is a recognized speech therapist, coach for voice and communication (Hephaistos; recognized by DBVC), psychological organizational consultant (Hephaistos). She is a founding member of the Hephaistos coaching network and of the international voice trainer network of Stimme.at. Since 1992 she has been self-employed in Munich and head of the DIALOG Institute - Coaching and Voice. More information at www.muderlak.com






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