Episode 12: Chris Sullivan on working with “liar” kids & more

Chris Sullivan.mp3 {"type":"audio","tracklist":true,"tracknumbers":true,"images":true,"artists":true,"tracks":[{"src":"https:\/\/www.enviros.org\/wp-content\/uploads\/2016\/08\/TP_Chris_Sullivan.mp3","type":"audio\/mpeg","title":"Chris Sullivan.mp3","caption":"","description":"\"Chris Sullivan.mp3\" from Turning Point Podcast. Released: 2016.","meta":{"album":"Turning Point Podcast","year":"2016","length_formatted":"57:12"},"image":{"src":"https:\/\/www.enviros.org\/wp-includes\/images\/media\/audio.png","width":48,"height":64},"thumb":{"src":"https:\/\/www.enviros.org\/wp-includes\/images\/media\/audio.png","width":48,"height":64}}]} Awhile ago we caught up with Chris Sullivan, the supervisor of our Youth Transitions to Adulthood (YTA) program. Chris has been at Enviros for 12 years, and has a wide range of experience in several of our programs. It was a great conversation with some great take-away’s for professionals new and old alike. Unfortunately I didn’t have time to throw together some show notes for you (summer’s busy!), so...