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27th May 2016Programmes Standard

This course is designed for anyone interested in exploring and understanding their anger, as well as discovering the necessary tools to safely manage and transform their anger effectively. You will develop an accurate profile of your own anger and stress levels, thereby giving you valuable information and insight into what triggers your reactions. Beating AngerRead more

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27th May 2016Programmes 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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16th May 2016Programmes 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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16th May 2016Programmes 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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16th May 2016Programmes Standard

The success of relating between any two or more people is premised on the quality of their communication and how effectively each person’s needs are being expressed and heard by the other, allowing for true dialogue and the meeting of every individual’s need to be truly seen and heard. Areas covered: Clear Communication: Listening, makingRead more

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20th June 2017Blog, Test Standard

Stress Test According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), in 2011/12, 428,000 people in the UK reported work-related stress at a level they believed was making them ill.nThat’s 40% of all work-related illness. Stress doesn’t just affect our mental state. Our physical health is linked to our psychological state and suffers too, with symptomsRead more

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20th June 2017Blog, Test Standard

Anger Test According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), in 2011/12, 428,000 people in the UK reported work-related stress at a level they believed was making them ill.nnThat’s 40% of all work-related illness. Stress doesn’t just affect our mental state. Our physical health is linked to our psychological state and suffers too, with symptomsRead more

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14th June 2017Blog, Test Standard

Shame is a self-conscious emotion resulting from feelings of personal inadequacy, dishonour and disgrace. Some English words associated to this feeling are humiliation, guilt, embarrassment and remorse. Feelings of shame result when we believe we have done something inadequately or have directly violated core cultural values. Whilst the ability to deeply reflect about ourselves and our actions is necessaryRead more

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13th June 2017Blog, Test Standard

Three Communication Styles, which one you are? (Tick as many boxes that apply to you)   Submit your results along with your email address for a chance to Win a place on one of our Calming Strategy days. Anger: If not expressed respectfully is a Defence Mechanism. Rage! Rage is when anger is totally out ofRead more

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10th May 2017Anger Standard

Our Anger Management courses can show you how to stop that from happening! Holidays are wonderful periods to rest and spend quality time with your loved ones. But it can also be a time to let that ugly beast, uncontrollable anger, loose. This can turn a time that could be spent building relationships and strengtheningRead more

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14th February 2017Blog Standard

WHICH FACE OF ANGER ARE YOU? BY MIKE FISHER EXRACT FROM HIS BEST SELLING BOOK – BEATING ANGER The five faces of anger I regard anger as having five different faces, or characteristics, each finding expression in a particular type of behaviour. Each face is shaped by how we have (or have not) dealt withRead more

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11th October 2016Uncategorized Standard

    You may find in life that some individuals are more guarded than others. For example they may talk freely about some topics and constrict the information they are giving you in other areas. Some people may just shut down completely. This is because they feel naturally inclined to protect themselves in certain situations.Read more

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11th October 2016Uncategorized Standard

    Sometimes you do not get closure. You do not get an explanation or an apology. To find peace within yourself you will need to accept an apology that was never given. This is because by holding onto the anger that you feel over this injustice will wear you down. This goes for previousRead more

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26th September 2016Anger Standard

    Miscommunication or crossed-wires can cause anger. This is because we as humans do not like to feel like we are misunderstood. However, it is very important to look at the other person’s perspective in any given situation. It may be that you need to improve the way that you communicate your feelings toRead more

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