Interview in “Inspired Fatherhood”, 1999
Before I started to do what I do today I was a photographer. Out of a personal crisis I then started working first with mentally and bodily handicapped children and later in youth psychiatry in stationary care. After 3 years I left this area of work, because I was not able to stand any longer the pain of the abused, tortured, beaten kids. I totally left the social domain afterwards and I learned to be a carpenter.
But the idea of being of service to people never left me, so I took the chance when I was offered a place to study therapy of arts…
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