English Language & Accent Coaching

for fluency and confidence in speaking










Voice Coaching


English Accent Coaching


        Joanna Hempel
        +48 787 647 311






'After 2 years with language tuition at the Attic Studio I became fluent in English and found employment in my profession'
- 30 yr old Psychologist and Dramatherapist

'In 2 years Joanna has taught me to converse in English; I am now learning to discuss'
72 year-old retired doctor from Poland

Language and Accent tuition helps a person gain fluency and correct pronunciation in English. In recent years, in addition to drama students, people with a migrant background have been coming to Joanna Hempel for private coaching in accent and fluency. Concentrating on improving their English language, they are coached through exercises and course work specifically tailored to their needs.

Pupils are encouraged with speaking and written exercises, gradually gaining confident and fluent expression. The private sessions enable people to polish their skills at their own pace in the privacy of the studio with Joanna.


'After 18 months' tuition with Joanna I now engage in conversations with my Australian neighbours without feeling apprehensive; I can travel alone and be independent'
- retiree living in Australia and Poland


Joanna Hempel has shared her techniques as a drama and performance specialist for many years with students of drama and English, with teachers of drama and English in colleges, schools and at conferences inter-state & overseas. A graduate in Psychology and English from the University of Sydney, Joanna later trained in Theatre, gaining an M.Litt at the University of New England, Armidale. For many years she was Director of the Armidale School of Youth Drama, and her published plays for teenagers are now studied and performed in schools throughout Australia, Canada and the USA. With a Polish background, she combines multilingual skills with her coaching of Drama, English Language and accent coaching. For four years she was director of Soirees Litteraires with monthly talks on European and Australian culture at the NSW Writers' Centre in Rozelle. She is writing a series of historical novels set in Eastern Europe, based on her family's experiences from World War I to its arrival in Australia in 1950.