Welcome to The British Association of Anger Management

Over 20,000 people have come to us feeling discouraged and unable to cope with their anger over the past 17 years. 82% of previous attendees found that the anger management programme helped enormously even after 18 months later. 100% of attendees said that they would suggest our programme to others.
We regularly contribute to the international media and our book 'Beating Anger' written by Mike Fisher has sold well over 65,000 copies since publication in 2005. In June 2012 Mike Fisher's second book, 'Mindfulness & the Art of Managing Anger' was released by Leaping Hare Press and has been equally well received.
If you find that your anger is costing you far too much in relation to your family, career and health, then perhaps it's time you examine it by booking onto one of our anger management programmes in a location practical for you. We know you'll be amazed by just how much you'll learn.

To discover more about yourself, start by taking the free tests below:

Category : Test

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Free Stress Test

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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Free Anger Test

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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Shame Test

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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Communication styles

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