I recently came across a study published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research about the link between workplace bullying and mental health. I found the results of the study interesting, because they demonstrate how workplace bullying might affect an employee physiologically, in a way that cannot be measured just by observation.... Read more »
If you haven't checked out the Case Studies page
on the CPI website lately, now is the time to do so. We have just added several new studies that demonstrate the results our training programs provide, and we want to share some of these results with y... Read more »
This month is National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness and National Family Caregivers' month. Broadened to an entire month in 1983, this national campaign was first designated as National Alzheimer's Disease Week by President Reagan in 1982. According to a proclamation by President Obama, this month serves as a recommitment to Alzheimer's awareness, "to improving its detection and treatment, finding a cure, and standing with all whose lives are affected by this terrible disease."Read more »
CPI in the News
By Tony Jace
Posted on 11.02.2010
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Recently, I've come across a few news stories in which CPI training has been mentioned. I always find it interesting to read real-life stories about the application of our training programs, so I wanted to share these with you.Read more »
The first week in October was Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW), an effort established by the US Congress in 1990 to raise mental health awareness though the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). The goal of MIAW is to encourage all NAMI organizations and affiliates to work together on mental illness outreach, education, and advocacy.... Read more »
In a post I wrote in June on hospital violence, I talked about the importance of placing more responsibility on staff, increasing security, and violence management training as ways to address this mounting problem.... Read more »
Many of our CPI Instructors have interesting stories and impressive accomplishments to share. Recently, we heard that one of our Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Certified Instructors, Gary McDaniel, was chosen by the National Association of Social Workers as the state of West Virginia's Social Worker of the Year.
Gary, who has been a Certified Instructor for two years, was recently interviewed for our Instructor Forum newsletter, a quarterly publication for CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Certified Instructors. I think it is an interesting article so I want to share it with you. You can read the interview in its entirety below.
Congratulations, Gary!Read more »
The US Department of Education recently awarded 10 grants to applicants of the second phase of the Race to the Top program. We at CPI would like to congratulate these states on their accomplishment.Read more »
If you haven't heard already, CPI will be hosting its 13th International Conference on July 18-22, 2011, at the Walt Disney Dolphin Resort Hotel in Orlando, Florida. This conference is very special because it marks CPI's 30-year anniversary!Read more »