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21st June 2018Programmes Standard

2 Hour Introduction To Anger Management – online interactive learning It’s a game changer! We’ve seen that a high percentage of people are desperately looking for an online interactive anger management training programme. We are pleased to say we can now offer this!.   Gain insight into why you get so angry Anger is somethingRead more

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7th June 2018Programmes Standard

Online Anger Management Course BAAM is happy to announce the release of its most asked for course, Beating Anger – Online. Using new technology BAAM is able to offer its most popular Anger Management Course via Remote Learning. This means that now you may participate in this course from anywhere in the world so long asRead more

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29th June 2017Programmes Standard

Many of our enquirers often need an in depth conversation.  This is where an individual assessment can support their decision making process. BAAM is now offering Skype / Face-time / Telephone Assessments with Mike Fisher, the leading expert in the UK. Why an Initial Assessment might help you in the long run? BAAM deals withRead more

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27th May 2017Programmes Gallery

This programme is held from a Friday to Sunday afternoon primarily in East Grinstead, West Sussex. However, please view our course dates for alternative venues. We will supply details of local hotels and B & B’s for East Grinstead only. Trains run regularly from Victoria station and London Bridge to East Grinstead and take approx. 50mins. GroupsRead more

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17th May 2017Programmes Standard

Increase Your Happiness Quotient Today! BAAM presents it’s latest One-Day Course* designed with you in mind. Learn to manage disagreements, strong feelings and develop advanced communication skills with the aim to create calm in your life. A 10 Point Plan Learn how to be Cool, Calm and Selective 1. Stop, think – See the bigRead more

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17th May 2017Programmes Standard

Anger Management and Counselling for couples with Mike Fisher • Overcome Your Anger Management Problems • Improve Your Relationship • Live a More Fulfiling Life • Reduce Your Stress levels This is beneficial if you are having difficulty finding a counsellor/coach in your area that understands and specialises in stress and anger management issues. Or if youRead more

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16th May 2017Programmes Standard

Skype and Facetime coaching with Mike Fisher • Overcome Your Anger Management Problems • Improve Your Relationships • Live a More Fulfilling Life • Reduce Your Stress levels This is beneficial if you are having difficulty finding a counsellor/coach in your area that understands and specialises in stress and anger management issues. Or if youRead more

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16th May 2017Programmes Standard

The Anger Academy in affiliation with BAAM is now offering a Diploma in Anger, Stress, Trauma and Mindfulness. BAAM is the UK’s only centre of expertise for all aspects of anger and conflict management and has trained over 200 people to coach and facilitate ground breaking programmes. Become part of the team. Click here for moreRead more

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3rd September 2018Anger Standard

How to Deal With Angry People in the Workplace, In the Family, In Public Anger is a defence mechanism when it gets out of control. Being aggressive when it comes minor situations is unproductive and unhealthy and it puts and others around you under duress. For each individual, anger is triggered by a variety ofRead more

24th July 2018Uncategorized Standard

How to Control Your Anger Everyone reacts differently to different scenarios and anger is a completely natural response to external or internal factors that might be troubling you. However, when your anger takes over you and makes you harm yourself or those around you, that is when you need to learn how to control andRead more

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12th July 2018Uncategorized Standard

Why it’s best not to avoid attending an anger management course: The consequences of acting out in anger Anger is natural and every person at some point in their life have had serious anger outbursts at something that might have triggered such an emotion. Anger becomes a problem when the outbursts are too frequent andRead more

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9th July 2018Uncategorized Standard

Low Self-Esteem and Anger Under the right circumstances, an outburst of anger is natural and justified and is designed to protect us from harm. Anger is a feeling that everyone can relate to but it becomes a problem when it is not expressed in a healthy way. Expressing your anger negatively can damage relationships withRead more

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21st June 2018Anger Standard

Benefits of Enrolling in an Anger Management Course Anger, a natural feeling. Just like the rest of our feelings. However, its vital that we don’t become a slave to our anger. Once your anger gets out of control and starts affecting your personal life, career and relationships with people – it becomes a major issueRead more

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19th December 2017Uncategorized Standard

Do you know that anger and stress (fear) are emotional expressions that are strongly related? I’m guessing you know that already, but what you may not know is just how exactly they are related. So, read on to get yourself acquainted. When you get frustrated, your body respond by negatively exerting so much effort, andRead more

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19th December 2017Blog Standard

Why Self-Esteem is More Important Than Confidence and What’s the Difference? Self-esteem is a fundamental building block for long-term emotional well-being. It is well recognised by experts in this field, that those individuals with high levels of self-esteem are better equipped to deal with anger, and are capable of managing any potential risk of anger,Read more

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19th December 2017Blog, Stress Standard

How to Use Stress to Increase Your Self-Esteem and Remain Positive Under Pressure Stress, when channelled correctly, can lead to a healthy outcome. There are many of us, who may find that their productivity increases when placed in a stressful situation. Deadlines, or additional workloads can result in stress, which raises blood pressure. If incorrectlyRead more

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