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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.

Jul 13, 2016

Social service specialist Toby Estler of Telecare, a locked psychiatric unit in Washington, talks about the positive outcomes related to CPI training and techniques, including dramatic decreases in rates of restraint and seclusion.


Jun 8, 2016

Unrestrained, Episode 29 – Carleen Doucet, crisis interventionist for the Lafayette Parish School System, explains how CPI training and techniques have made schools safer by improving the outcomes associated with challenging student behavior.


May 13, 2016

Unrestrained, Episode 28 – Amy Acherman, CPI’s Director of Research and Development, talks about the history, evolution and benefits of eLearning, as well as the development and features of CPI’s Flex eLearning program.


Apr 13, 2016

Unrestrained, Episode 27 – John Heiderscheidt, director of school safety and culture for school district U-46 in Elgin, Illinois, talks about how CPI training has helped reduce fights and out-of-school suspensions while lowering staff assaults.


Apr 13, 2016

Unrestrained, Episode 26 – James Gulbranson and Paul Ruegemer of the security staff at CentraCare Health of central Minnesota present practice-based evidence regarding the outcomes of CPI training and also discuss the hospital’s team intervention policy.