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Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training Articles

Get tips for supporting individuals on the autism spectrum, and find out how to enhance understanding and rapport.
Explore strategies for preventing and managing school bullying and workplace bullying.
Browse helpful articles on working with people who have differences in communication due to conditions such as autism, Down syndrome, Tourette's, head injury, and other challenges.
Whether you work in education, healthcare, corrections, long-term care, or any human services field, these articles are filled with information to help you reduce violence and enhance care.
Learn about techniques for calming situations quickly and effectively and reducing injury to staff and patients.
Read up on how organizations use CPI training to prevent and manage escalating behavior, reduce injuries, meet legislative mandates, advance care, and more.
Is restraint reduction one of your organization's goals? Find out what schools and facilities like yours are doing to meet regulatory and compliance standards and reduce injuries to staff, students, patients, and clients.
Access supportive strategies for reducing behavior issues and making schools safer for students and staff.
Find out about person-centered approaches to supporting people who engage in self-injurious behavior (SIB).
Get strategies for helping people who've experienced trauma learn productive ways to cope and heal.
Learn what facilities are doing to reduce incidents and teach youth in crisis how to make positive behavior choices.
10 Ways to Enhance Relationships and Communication for Individuals With Special Needs
When others do not communicate with us on par with the manner with which we've become accustomed, we may lose patience, become bored or distracted, or dismiss their communication attempts altogether. This may be especially true of those challenged in articulating language such as small children, the elderly, and those with a neurological differe... Read more »
10 Ways to Help Reduce Bullying in Schools
School Bullying: With beatings, death threats, and 24-hour harassment via technology, bullying has become a dangerous, life-threatening epidemic. Read more »
Antidote to Learned Helplessness: Empowering Youth Through Service
A powerful practical reclaiming strategy for youth at risk is to tap their potential for service to others. This counters a sense of learned helplessness. Read more »
Beyond Seclusion and Restraint: Creating Positive Learning Environments for All Students
In an inclusive setting, children with problem behaviors are surrounded by children who model appropriate social skills. This healthy, natural setting is a strong positive influence on our students with problem behavior, and their peers benefit from learning first-hand how to resolve conflicts and solve social problems in the real world.  Read more »
Boys Don't Tell on Sugar-and-Spice-but-not-so-Nice Girl Bullies
Extensive attention has been put on same-gender bullying. Yet, very little emphasis has been placed on an issue of growing concern, girls who bully boys. Read more »
Building a Better Behavioral Framework: Tiers of Positive School Support
“In a school, your day keeps going. If a crisis happens, you have to move on. We are only in control of our own behavior; this is true for both kids and adults.”  Read more »
Bullies in Cyberspace
Cyberbullying includes sending mean, vulgar or threatening messages or images; posting sensitive, private information about another person; pretending to be someone else to make that person look bad; and intentionally excluding someone from an online group. It goes on in e-mails, cell phone texts, Web pages, blogs and chat rooms, although studen... Read more »
Bullying in School: The Traumatic Effects of Bullying on Children
School leaders should be vigilant in sending a clear message to bullies that bullying is not tolerated in their setting. Read more »
Case Study: Hurricane Katrina's Aftermath
The tips described here are part of a comprehensive approach that can help staff minimize or defuse aggressive behavior or assaults.  Read more »
Changes in Attitudes, Changes in Outcomes
Pine Hills wanted to implement CPI's philosophy of Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM to staff members and those in their care--but needed to learn how to get the training from the classroom to the dayroom. Read more »
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