Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training Features & Benefits

  • Focuses on prevention & verbal de-escalation skills
  • Provides tools for decision making and management of complex behaviors
  • Provides skills to recognize the stages of an escalating crisis
  • Teaches decision -making skills to match the level of response to the risk of the crisis
  • Teaches disengagement safety and physical intervention techniques within a risk assessment framework

Format & Details

  • Participants will complete an asynchronous virtual training component (approximately 4-8 hours), as a PREREQUISITE to:
  • In person full day training which includes synthesis and application of materials as well as physical intervention techniques. All training will be at LBL ESD (905 SE 4th Ave, Albany, OR)


Choose one in-person training option by clicking the link below:

  • 1/26/24 8:30-3:30
  • 4/12/24 8:00-4:00

In-District training options available with minimum of 15 staff and advanced notice of 3 weeks.

QUESTIONS? Email Maureen Stair at

Download Flyer