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Unrestrained: A CPI Podcast

Welcome to Unrestrained, the new podcast series from CPI. Here you’ll have a chance to enjoy conversations where professionals on all sides of crisis and behavior management relax and open up about themselves, their workplace, and their clients. You’ll hear unique stories, entertaining anecdotes, and get the latest tips and trends from the best in the business. Tune in often for the opportunity to integrate their experiences with your own.

Dec 12, 2017

Author Sue Scheff talks about her latest book, Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate, and how it empowers readers to take charge of their digital lives.


Nov 15, 2017

Professor of Special Education Reece Peterson of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln talks about his groundbreaking study A Review of Crisis Intervention Training Programs for Schools.


Oct 18, 2017

Nurse educator Sara Holland of Virginia Mason Hospital describes how one year of CPI training helped the facility achieve a 61% reduction in emergency team response calls to combative behavior.


Sep 19, 2017

Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports expert Cyndi Pitonyak talks about how this evidence-based approach improves schools by reinforcing positive behaviors rather than punishing negative ones.


Aug 22, 2017

Unrestrained, Episode 43–Denise Esson, an employment counselor with Ontario’s Employment Services Elgin, talks about how CPI training has become central to managing the culture and environment at the agency.