Jim Hancock

Asking Good Questions | Crisis HelpSheet

Asking Good Questions | Crisis HelpSheet by Jim Hancock
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nonfiction Children, Parenting
For readers of:Brennan Manning, Kara Powell, Rich Van Pelt, Todd Temple, Jim Henderson
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Print Lengthone page
Publisherthe tiny company called me
Publication Date2019
About the Book

This is a one-sheet quick-start guide on asking good questions. 

Which is the place to start when you’re trying to help a teenager in crisis.

When a teenager, or parent, or family needs help right now, this Crisis HelpSheet will show you what you need to ask about, and help you figure out what to say in the first minutes and hours of a crisis.

There’s lots more help available going forward … Crisis HelpSheets are Square One in a Crisis.

About the Author

Jim Hancock lives and works among tall trees and blackberry brambles just north of Seattle, writing books, developing digital movie projects and designing content as proprietor of The Tiny Company Called Me

Back in the day, he logged most of a decade in the film + video industry working on the groundbreaking EdgeTV series. Before that he spent two decades as a youth worker during which he acquired the foundation for a lot of what he writes about today. Before that, school… sports… working weekends in a fish market, then summers in a college bookstore… the usual.

Besides projects for which he is solely to blame, Jim Hancock has happily collaborated on books, movies, live events, and non-formal learning curricula with Brennan Manning, Kara Powell, Rich Van Pelt, Todd Temple, Jim Henderson, Compassion, Youth Specialties, International Justice Mission…. 

You'll find digital movies, blogs, eBooks + Crisis HelpSheets and assorted goodies by Jim Hancock at thetinycompanycalledme.com.

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