What is CPI hold?
What is CPI hold?
The CPI Team Control Position is used to manage individuals who have become dangerous to themselves or others. Two staff members hold the individual as the auxiliary team member(s) continually assess the safety of all involved and assist, if needed.
What are the 4 values of CPI?
At CPI, we are dedicated to changing behaviors and reducing conflict for the Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM of everyone. We believe in the power of empathy, compassion, and meaningful connections.
What are CPI techniques?
CPI can best be described as nonviolent crisis intervention training designed to teach best practices for managing difficult situations and disruptive behaviors. Therapists learn how to identify at-risk individuals and use nonverbal and verbal techniques to defuse hostile behavior.
What are CPI restrictive interventions?
j. CPI teaches that restraints must be released as soon as an individual is no longer a danger to him/herself or others. k. CPI teaches that restraint should only be used as a last resort, when an individual is a danger to him/herself or others, and other less-restrictive interventions have been ineffective.
What are the 6 core strategies of restraint reduction?
Six Key Restraint Reduction Strategies
- Performance Measurement.
- Learning and Development.
- Providing Personalised Support.
- Communication and Customer Focus.
- Continuous Improvement.
What is CPI Postvention?
Postvention includes procedures to alleviate the distress of suicidally bereaved individuals, reduce the risk of imitative suicidal behavior, and promote the healthy recovery of the affected community.
What is the decision making matrix CPI?
The Decision-Making MatrixSM is a tool used in CPI’s Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®, 2nd Edition Training program. It teaches us to objectively assess both low and high-risk behaviors so that we can make decisions that de-escalate those behaviors and reduce the likelihood of more severe outcomes.
What are the 3 stages of de-escalation?
The following approach referred to as “De-escalation in Three Steps” helps to first, dialyze toxic –on-the-verge-of-violence impulses; second, calm racing thoughts that are fueling those impulses and third, increase oxytocin and therefore lower cortisol.
What are 3 de-escalation techniques?
De-escalation techniques and resources
- Move to a private area.
- Be empathetic and non-judgmental.
- Respect personal space.
- Keep your tone and body language neutral.
- Avoid over-reacting.
- Focus on the thoughts behind the feelings.
- Ignore challenging questions.
- Set boundaries.
What are examples of restrictive interventions?
Restrictive interventions include seclusion, physical restraint, isolation time-out and protective devices used to reduce behavior that is injurious to the person, others or property. Such interventions are to be used safely, in a manner that insures dignity and respect and only as a last resort.