UK Nationwide Anger Management courses including London with Mike Fisher
We are the only UK centre of excellence covering all aspects of anger and conflict management. We offer support programmes and training for the general public, children and teenagers, government bodies, corporations, the educational sector, personnel / H.R management, trainers, counsellors and anyone dealing with their own or another's anger.
We are a professional body of consultants, counsellors and trainers. From individual support, workshops, seminars, bespoke packages through to training and career development with certification and associate membership - we offer something for everyone experiencing anger directly or indirectly.
10 Week Programme: London
4 June - 23 July 2014
17 Sept - 19 Nov 2014 Facilitated by Mike Fisher
Assessments available in London Victoria.
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Our head office is based in West Sussex and we run courses in Derby, Sheffield, Birmingham, Glasgow, Bristol, Guildford, East Grinstead and London.
Over 16,000 people have come to us feeling discouraged and unable to cope. 82% of previous attendees found that the programme was still working for them 18 months later. 100% of attendees have said that they would suggest our programme to others.
We regularly contribute to the press and our book 'Beating Anger' has sold over 65 000 copies in the UK since publication in 2005. In June 2012 Mike’s second book, ‘Mindfulness & the Art of Managing Anger’ was released by Leaping Hare Press.
If you are in need of some help for your anger call us on
0345 1300 286 or send an email to email@example.com
If you find that your anger is costing you too much in terms of your family, career and health, then perhaps it's time you examine it by booking onto one of our programmes.
We know you’ll be amazed by just how much you’ll learn.
Do Get Mad We tend to think of anger as a negative emotion, but used in the right way it can be surprisingly constructive, finds Emma Young New Scientist
9 February 2013