Category: Crisis Prevention Training

Crisis Prevention – 5 Myths


  When people talk about individuals going into “crisis,” a specific image comes to mind. Some may envision a person going into a blind rage with arms flailing, standing on the ledge of a roof...
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CCG Physical Intervention Technique – Details

When creating nonviolent physical crisis intervention techniques, the primary focus is safety, dignity, and respect for all persons involved. Equally important is the actual effectiveness of the hold itself. If a technique doesn’t work in real-life scenarios people get hurt and lives may be lost.

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