Pam Sikorski

Pam Sikorski

Pam Sikorski is one of CPI’s Associate Training Directors and serves as the Resource Specialist on the team. This role with the company follows 12 wonderful years working as a Global Professional Instructor facilitating Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training, ProficiencyPlus, Advanced Training Strategies, Autism Spectrum Disorders: Applications of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training, and Trauma-Informed Care: Implications for CPI’s Crisis Development ModelSM programs across the United States, Canada, Europe, and New Zealand. Pam has delivered presentations at several national conferences over the years (CEC, APBS, OCALI) and written for CPI publications on a variety of topics.

Her professional background prior to CPI was in the social work field supporting adults with developmental disabilities. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the Association for the Rights of Citizens with handicaps in Waukesha, WI.

Pam's favorite part of her job is connecting Certified Instructors with needed resources that make training richer, deeper, and more customized for their audiences. You can connect with her directly anytime at 414.979.7100 or psikorski@crisisprevention.com.

 

Posts by Pam Sikorski


If you're going to the biggest special education event of the year, swing by our booth to ask questions, pick up free resources, or just say hello! Read more »
By Pam Sikorski, Terry Vittone | Posted on 04.18.2016 | with 0 comments
Is there someone who constantly baits you into a power struggle? This will help you change things from negative to productive. Read more »
Weird food. Loud noise. The holidays can overwhelm anyone on the spectrum. Try these tips to make your festivities less stressful and more fun for everyone. Read more »
Do you excel at taking care of others—but put yourself last on your priority list? Here's how to cope with caregiving. Read more »
By Pam Sikorski | Posted on 10.19.2014 | with 0 comments
These visual tools and symbols help kids with disabilities understand bullying and communicate their needs. Read more »
One in four students has been cyberbullied—Cyberbullying Research Center offers ways to help. Read more »
By Pam Sikorski | Posted on 02.04.2014 | with 1 comments
Kitt saw someone with autism feeling afraid, and I see a powerful perspective that can teach us a lot. Read more »
The web contains a wealth of free resources dedicated to the practice of trauma-informed care. Here we present ten of our favorite sites for you to explore. Read more »
By Pam Sikorski | Posted on 03.29.2012 | with 4 comments
In recognition of World Autism Awareness Day, which on April 2 launches Autism Awareness Month, we’re providing links to organizations that offer excellent support to individuals on the autism spectrum, as well as to the parents and professionals that support people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Read more »
Making the most of strengths associated with autism will help put us on the right path to achieving the goal of preventing a crisis whenever possible. Read more »
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