Daniel Gugala

Daniel Gugala

Daniel Gugala is Vice President and General Counsel for CPI, providing a unique blend of expertise in corporate business operations, international market development, legal affairs, product development, and technology. He is responsible for leading CPI’s international market strategy in Asia, with oversight for design and implementation of global training solutions for cross-cultural customers in the area of crisis intervention. Daniel has a broad range of legal knowledge including risk assessment and management particularly relating to training implementation. He brings results-driven envisioning and leads CPI’s program and product development lifecycle process.

Posts by Daniel Gugala


Medicare denial practices are loosening. And you're more empowered than ever as a professional by the National Alzheimer's Project Act and the IMPACT Act.  Read more »
I was in the middle of the plane when a man started shouting and moving aggressively up the cabin. Read more »
When family members struggle to keep their loved ones at home, trained therapists can help in many ways. Read more »
These two different illnesses often coexist. Here are the details, plus strategies for helping someone who has one or both. Read more »
By Daniel Gugala | Posted on 02.02.2015 | with 3 comments
The phenomenal book Still Alice shows what it's like to change and decline, yet still remain who you are. Read more »
What can you do to end a cycle of violence in your school? These steps can help get you on your way to bullying prevention! Read more »
Too often when we think of bullying, we think boys. They say “boys will be boys,” but what about girl-against-girl abuse? Read more »
I didn’t know what to expect, but when I got to class, my eyes opened. It takes a special kind of person to work in the human services field. Read more »
What struck me was how often I heard that while a firm “does” memory care, they want to do it better. Read more »
With the number of people with dementia on the rise, there is a real need to support these people and to educate caregivers, families, and providers. Read more »
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