CPI Training Exerpt
“You’re in good hands.” It sounds good when it comes from the gentleman announcing the commercial, doesn’t it? It sounds reassuring. Well, the beauty of that statement is that it is reassuring. It gives you the feeling that, “Hey, somebody’s looking out for me.” In the case of the commercial, there’s been a car accident and the pressure of taking care of the car after the accident is on somebody else’s shoulders. You can relax. You can lower your anxiety. Someone else will take care of everything. Learn about our cpi training cost and non violent crisis intervention training online, both industry standards.
In addition, I have a group of co-workers with me who are going to be supportive. They are going to help me through this situation. Hopefully, I work for an organization that’s also trying to help me to do a better job for those consumers with whom I’m working. So, if I put all those things together, I can walk into a situation and say, with confidence, “The outcome is assured.” In potentially any situation, I’m able to recognize that I may not know, exactly, how it’s going to turn out, but I know I’m going to be okay. I’ve got a team with me and, together, we’re going to deal with whatever happens. Whether it’s a simple de-escalation, or something that may become physical, the team and I are going to deal with it. Learn the de-escalation techniques mental health professionals need most.
The fact that I have confidence in my training, confidence in my team, and confidence in the organization for which I work, means I can go into the situation with much less anxiety, much less stress, much less worry, and the confidence that the outcome is assured. I’m in good hands, I’ve got a good team, and we’re going to take care of this situation. Of course, everything I do to lessen my own anxiety will be communicated and visible to the person I’m trying to help. Our de-escalation training online course has helped countless individuals handle these difficult situations in a safe and professional manner.
In short, quality training, a quality team, and a quality organization equals effective de-escalation where the outcome may not be known immediately, but it can be assured.