Ten Tips for Crisis Prevention
CPI’s training programs emphasize prevention, intervention, and nonphysical methods for managing disruptive behavior. These programs benefit staff and organizations, as well as those they serve. Use CPI’s free 10 Tips for Crisis Prevention to intervene or prevent the crisis before it becomes dangerous.
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A crisis can be defined as a moment in time when an individual in your charge loses rational, and at times even physical, control over his or her own behavior. This can be very challenging and anxiety producing for those responsible for intervening. Due to the chaotic, unpredictable nature of a crisis, it is vital that staff stay calm and proceed with a plan. These crisis moments do not sprout into being without roots; there are almost always warning signs that let you know an individual’s behavior is escalating. By following the tips listed here, you can often intervene before the crisis becomes dangerous.