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CPI training programs provide strategies and techniques for all levels of health care professionals from doctors and nurses to intake coordinators.
These strategies and techniques focus on the Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security℠ of staff and the patients in their care with evidence-based de-escalation and crisis prevention approaches.
Verbal Intervention™ Training is for health care roles interested in a non-physical approach to intervention. This training focuses on de-escalation strategies resulting in safe, non-restrictive interventions.
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Training provides staff with the skills needed to safely de-escalate crisis situations while also providing adaptations for those providing care to individuals impacted by trauma.
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® With Advanced Physical Skills provides tools to help health care professionals supporting individuals more likely to demonstrate higher risk behaviors.
Prevention First™ Online Training is designed to provide health care staff with a general awareness of verbal interventions, while gaining a better understanding of the five stages of a crisis.
Dr. Sally Gillam
Saint David’s South Medical Center in Austin, TX
We provide a variety of certification renewal options for Certified Instructors, including a dual certification offering that combines nonviolent crisis intervention techniques with training for staff providing care for those living with dementia, or cognitive disabilities. We also offer a specialized renewal for staff working with patients impacted by trauma.
Improved de-escalation skills and overall safety
94% of health care organizations saw CPI training improve staff de-escalation and overall safety.
Reported a reduction in restraint
54% of facilities reported a reduction in restraint by 50-100% since implementing CPI training.
Reduced challenging behaviors
60% of facilities have reduced challenging behaviors by 30% to greater than 50% since implementing CPI training.