Author, Olympian, and Rhodes Scholar Bonnie St. John explains how busy professionals can learn techniques that reduce stress and promote faster recovery from burnout and fatigue in her book Micro-Resilience: Minor Shifts for Major Boosts in Focus, Drive, and Energy.
Craig Stowell, a 14-year veteran of the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office, describes the benefits of verbal de-escalation training, including fewer injuries, reduced litigation, less paperwork, and greater safety for all.
Health care SMEs Deb Fabert and Joe Anderson of Indiana University Health discuss the transformative effects of a team approach to violence prevention in health care settings.
Enjoy a voice from points north as CPI Certified Instructor and Inuk Trudy Metcalfe of the Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre shares valuable tips for taking a culturally sensitive approach to facilitating training and managing crisis in the workplace.
Behavioral health intervention specialist D.C. Foster of the Arizona State Hospital describes how behavioral management techniques help safely manage individuals identified as Serious Mental Illness and Sexually Violent Persons.
Supervisor Stan Granger of Michigan’s Ingham County Youth Center, a secure, short-term juvenile detention facility, explains why CPI’s behavior management tools are essential in an environment marked by crisis and conflict.
Veteran behavioral health counselor and Certified Instructor Tom Loftus helps demystify the daunting process of redirecting organizational culture and building collaboration between staff, clients, and communities.
Episode 60—Haley Huckabee and Corrie Dyson of the Therapy Management Corporation discuss how a staff-wide training initiative has helped them establish a leading role in advancing the quality of person-centered memory care.
Professor Rowand Robinson shares how the values of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training can fortify new teachers to enter the classroom with the confidence to face challenges safely and successfully.
Special educator Briona McKinney shares how the guidance afforded by consistent training can provide the freedom to tailor support more effectively to children impacted by autism spectrum disorder.
Paul Dix, founder and principal of Pivotal Education, discusses his approach to and tremendous success implementing restorative behavior management strategies in schools.
Veteran law enforcement professional John Clark explains how a better understanding of crisis development and supportive responses to escalation can deepen law enforcement perspectives on the use of force.
Violence prevention expert and police Captain Kyle Weygandt talks about how the concept of an Integrated Experience can frame effective responses to active shooter incidents.
Anna Dermenchyan, senior clinical quality specialist at UCLA Health, talks about what nurses can do avoid workplace violence while fulfilling obligations to abusive patients.
Lexie Dryden of Autism SA (South Australia) explains their history and mission and why CPI training has become central to the org’s policies, procedures, and culture.
Cori Boney and Courtney Wiher explain how Florida’s Marion County School District achieved dramatic reductions in restraint and seclusion through CPI training.
Julie Hyland of Music & Memory® explains how the program helps people living with cognitive challenges find renewed meaning and connection through the gift of personalized music.
Special educator Pattie Steele explains how providing activities that involve creative thinking and expression can stimulate student participation and excellence in ways far beyond standardized testing.