I base my lessons on my life story. I talk about my negative experiences as a drug addict.
In the second part, I answer the personal questions of the participants by combining my own experience and scientific knowledge.
I have led a drug free life for 33 years. Therefore, I can speak objectively about how a drug addict thinks and show how much different my viewpoint is since I’m free of drugs.
My experiences in the prevention work show me how important it is to enter into the individual questions and problems of the participants. I don’t lecture theoretically about heroin if I realise that the students in front of me are confronted strongly with nicotine, alcohol, cannabis and others in their free time or at school. I am flexible and can refer to the actual concerns of my students.
I constantly develop my working method according to current requirements.