Piet Broenland is an experienced certified health care professional/aid provider with specialization in addiction & addictive behavior. After many years battling with his addiction, he stopped using mind and mood altering chemicals in 2008. His life changed after he was introduced to a self-help program. Together with an addiction treatment, based on the Minnesota model, he started his recovery and has clean ever since. He found a new way of life by adapting the tools of the treatment and following this self-help program on a daily basis and he is now a successful member of society and a happy free man.
Mr. Broenland pursued professional development by participating in colleges, studies and training programs. He has been working for more than 10 years with a lot of satisfaction and dedication in health care. He has worked with various clients, including people with mental disorders, autistic and deaf clients, psychiatric patients and with addicts in recovery. He has now bundled his experience and knowledge to help counseling those people who need help and want to change their life like he did.
Piet Broenland’s speech “One of the hardest things was learning that I was worth recovery” will take place on September 17 at 16:05.