British Association of Anger Management
The British Association of Anger Management are the UK's leading anger management specialists.
In 2010 BAAM launched Beating Anger - Anger Management Clinics across the UK and has trained up 10 anger coaches to facilitate this unique method of anger management known as the Aggression Prevention Training (APT). It is now possible to attend workshops closer to you and with that in mind BAAM would like to continue making these programmes accessible to the public in every large town across the UK by the year 2016.
All sessions are conducted in a structured way offering a psycho-educational approach allowing for maximum learning. This allows for everyone to explore their anger at their own pace. By attending any of the workshops or doing one to one work you will discover your anger triggers, anger styles, where your anger comes from, why you react the way you do, identify your own natural resources, learn the six golden rules of anger management, identify your anger substitutes, learn simple coping strategies, deal with trauma, stay in the FLOW and generally beat yours and other peoples anger.
The Founder and director Mike Fisher has worked with over 14,000 people in 14 years, trained 166 students to a Diploma standard and has over 24 years of experience in the field of human potential and personal growth.
Mike is known as the leading guru and expert in the field of anger management in the UK and has contributed to hundreds of radio interviews, magazine and newspaper articles and many television documentaries including ‘NASTY BOSSES’ BBC3, ‘THE ANGRIEST MEN IN BRITAIN’ 2002 - ITV1 Landmark Films, 'ANGRY BRITAIN' 2004 - Landmark Films, 'LOSING IT' BBC3, 'VIOLENT FATHERS with Kilroy Silk' BBC3, 'BEAT IT: ANGRY WITH MY FATHER' 2006 Landmark Films.
Mike´s book Beating Anger published in 2005 has sold well over 65,000 copies and his new book Mindfulness and the Art of Managing Anger will be published by Leaping Hare Press in April 2012. His new book 'Mindfulness and the Art of Managing Anger' was published in June 2012.
Originally trained in humanistic counselling, psychotherapy and group facilitation Mike brings his own unique blend of different models, theories and practical applications to this challenging and specialised field of anger management. His wealth of knowledge and experience gives clients the added benefit of his expertise and he makes integrating the work fun, enjoyable and exciting.