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Unrestrained: A CPI Podcast

Welcome to Unrestrained, the 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 31, 2019

Guest Dr. Brienne Downing, a special educator working in Southern California's Santee School District, describes how CPI training has transformed her staff's ability to help students in crisis regain self-control and maintain their baselines through behavior management skills and techniques.


Nov 20, 2019

Guest Susan Driscoll, president of CPI, discusses a recent presentation in which she advances the idea that workplace violence in healthcare complicates the care of those served and poses a significant risk for caregivers, clients and visitors. Increased incidents of workplace violence can result in employee injury,...

Oct 14, 2019

In this podcast interview, Healthcare trainer Ted Sandquist of Blackstone Consulting discusses how an appreciation of CPI behavioral models and the concept of an Integrated Experience helped him while performing counter-intelligence for the US military in Japan and Iraq as they do today training healthcare employees in...

Sep 9, 2019

In this podcast interview, Certified Instructor and professor of special education and literacy Dr. Ernest Solar of Mount St. Mary’s University discusses how CPI training improved RA crisis management skills and significantly reduced the number of behavioral incidents reported by resident advisors in the college’s...

Aug 15, 2019

In this podcast interview, human services SME Linda Welch of Youth Villages, a secure residential treatment center for kids, explains why even though verbal de-escalation is always preferable, physical restraint procedures are sometimes necessary in residential care settings.

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