Here is where a good conversation begins

Are you working on a complex issue? Do you want to plan something or discuss an important topic?

Do you care about engaging everyone and achieving your goal?

Are you looking for someone who will support you in this?

Facilitation Support is the best solution!

What we do

We facilitate workshops, dialogue sessions, discussions during events, work or consultation meetings.

We choose my way of working based on a reliable diagnosis of the situation.

We care to achieve the meeting’s goal while caring for communication and relations between the participants.

We support groups and persons in formulating the right questions and finding answers.

We create functional work materials.

We teach dialogue and facilitation skills.

Are you wondering what we could do together?


Agata Urbanik

I founded Facilitation Support. I am a facilitator, trainer and social researcher based in Warsaw, Poland. I specialize in designing and conducting facilitations and participation processes. I cooperate closely with groups and create space for a good conversation. In my work, I use workshop methods that match the group and tools such as specially designed discussion games. I design and conduct social research, including participation research. I work in Polish and in English.

I graduated from the Institute of Sociology of the University of Warsaw (Master’s degree within MISH College). I am a certified facilitator of dialogue of Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue and a certified STOP trainer (2nd degree Training Quality certificate). Among others, I graduated from Facilitation Training School by STOP, trainers’ course in inclusive facilitation, interpersonal training by Halina Nałęcz-Nieniewska, Intensive basic & advanced dialogue trainings (Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue), Lewis Deep Democracy training (Level 1 & 2).

I specialize in talking about complex matters in a simple way. I (co)created popular guidebooks on conducting social research: Przepis na diagnozę, czyli poznaj młodych i środowisko lokalne (A recipe for diagnosis – get to know young people and the local environment), Quo vadis? O partycypacyjnej diagnozie lokalnej (Quo vadis? About participatory local diagnosis).

I am one of the founders of the Pole Dialogu Foundation and for many years I was a member of the board of this foundation.


Cooperating on a permanent basis

Justyna Dubanik

anti-discrimination trainer, facilitator, psychotherapist. Graduate of the Gestalt Institute of Integral Psychotherapy, the Academy of Anti-Discrimination Training, the Intense Course of Process-Oriented Psychology, and the Creative Tools 4 Social Change training (Ulex Project). She has supported different groups and communities in communication and development for over 15 years and has conducted participation and strategic processes. In her work, she focuses on creating an environment for meeting and dialogue, which enables the participants to see each other and create solutions, exchange, or listen.

Wojciech Wilk

psychologist and sociologist, graduate of Facilitation and Intervention in Crisis Situations at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences of the University of Warsaw and the Mediation Clinic of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw.

For 9 years he has worked conducting social research, facilitating participation and strategic processes, and mediation. He conducted meetings for local governments of the largest Polish cities, small communes, civil society organisations, cultural institutions and non-hierarchical groups.

His professional experience includes, among others, working in a team that dealt with internal dialogue at the University of Warsaw, where he facilitated meetings as part of strategic and participatory processes, related to, for example, new investments.

He likes to deal with statistical analysis and data visualization. He combines research work and conducting effective meetings thanks to his love for fast processing and clear structuring of large amounts of information.

Marianna Wybieralska

designer. She designs visual communication. Translating complex content or processes into understandable and orderly messages is what satisfies her the most. She believes that good design, built upon an accurate diagnosis of needs, can efficiently support social activities, engage people, strengthen processes, and navigate through complex issues. She mostly does design for social organizations (among others: Greenpeace Poland, Love Does Not Exclude, Feminist Fund). She participated in the works on the strategy of introducing marriage equality in Poland for Love Does Not Exclude Association and created its visual form, which facilitates communicating it within the organization’s team and in its surroundings.

In Facilitation Support, she is responsible for:
• creating additional workshop materials, maps of strategic goals,
• composition of final documents in order to make them as efficient as possible,
• designing tools that facilitate discussion difficult subjects: discussion games. She designs both the mechanics of the game, the players’ experience, and the visual layer (examples: “Miasto w Dialogu” for the Capital City of Warsaw, Polska Przyjazna Pszczołom for Greenpeace Poland, Remiks Energetyczny for Civic Climate Summit).


Write us

Based in Warsaw, Poland, open to international projects.