Terry Vittone

Terry Vittone

Terry is a content producer and copywriter who began working with CPI as a consultant in 2013 before officially joining CPI in October of 2014. His contributions include the CPI podcast series Unrestrained, the monthly eNewsletter Prevention Perspectives, print ads, promotional collateral, blog posts, and other website copy. He is committed to creating and sharing useful content that provides help and produces meaningful relationships with CPI's audience, as well as demonstrating the brand's leadership.


Posts by Terry Vittone


By Terry Vittone, Blog by Emily Eilers | Posted on 09.28.2018 | with 0 comments
Professor Rowand Robinson shares how the values of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training can fortify new teachers to enter the classroom with the confidence to face challenges safely and successfully. Read more »
By Terry Vittone,  Blog by Emily Eilers | Posted on 09.12.2018 | with 0 comments
Special educator Briona McKinney retraces her steps through more than a decade of work with children impacted by autism spectrum disorder. She shares how the guidance afforded by consistent training can provide the freedom to tailor support more effectively to children in need. Read more »
By Terry Vittone, Blog by Emily Eilers | Posted on 08.29.2018 | with 0 comments
Pivotal Education founder and director Paul Dix shares his vision for culture change in the classroom—and provides strategies that can help adults make practical, immediate, and positive changes in their dynamics with children. Read more »
By Terry Vittone, Blog by Emily Eilers | Posted on 08.15.2018 | with 0 comments
Across a decades-spanning career, John Clark points to a specific incident that solidified the imperative to understand crisis behavior and how to respond to it. He tells CPI about how the Integrated Experience has shaped his understanding of the use of force, and what’s possible for making the public and private sectors safer. Read more »
By Terry Vittone, Blog by Emily Eilers | Posted on 07.19.2018 | with 0 comments
With nearly 40 years working in mental health, Randy Frost’s experiences and insights highlight the way the field continues to evolve, identify the common values that make a person-centered perspective so important, and offer a hopeful perspective on humanity. Read more »
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 07.05.2018 | with 0 comments
New Mexico Statute § 22-5-4.12, concerning the use of restraint and seclusion in schools, became effective on June 16, 2017. Read more »
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 06.14.2018 | with 0 comments
Violence prevention expert and police Captain Kyle Weygandt talks about the concept of an Integrated Experience. Read more »
By Terry Vittone, Nathan Cromer | Posted on 06.13.2018 | with 0 comments
SD SB46, an Act requiring South Dakota schools to adopt a policy limiting the use of restraint and seclusion, was passed into law on March 26, 2018. Read more »
By Terry Vittone, Emily Eilers | Posted on 05.16.2018 | with 0 comments
Anna Dermenchyan, senior clinical quality specialist at UCLA Health, talks about what nurses can do to avoid workplace violence while fulfilling obligations to abusive patients. Read more »
By Terry Vittone | Posted on 04.25.2018 | with 0 comments
Lexie Dryden of Autism SA (South Australia) explains their history and mission and why CPI training has become central to the org’s policies, procedures, and culture. Read more »
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