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.

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The internet stole my children

9th June 2017Uncategorized Standard

The internet Stole my children  Read more

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The Protection Instinct

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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No Need For Closure

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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Anger and Addiction

16th September 2016Uncategorized, Addiction Standard

    Anger is often the root of an addict’s problem. Unfortunately, substance abusers, drug addicts and alcoholics do not identify their anger as connected to their addiction. This is problematic as since they do not recognise anger as the psychological origin of their addiction they are not able to seek help for this particularRead more

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Do violent video games influence anger?

25th August 2016Uncategorized Standard

    We live in a society which seems to promote anger, violence and aggression.  We cannot go a day where we look at our social media feeds and not see something violent. Action movies and programmes involving violence are becoming more prevalent. And we as a society are exposing our children to violence asRead more

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Britain is Getting Angrier

17th August 2016Uncategorized Standard

Britain is getting angrier. Which is not surprising as our media seems to encourage violence. We, as a society, have welcomed violence and aggression into our home in the form of DVDs, social media content and video games, where the reoccurring theme is that violence and aggression is acceptable. Bandura’s (1963) popular study on aggressionRead more

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Abandonment and Anger

15th July 2016Uncategorized Standard

    If you suffer from anger issues, it could be due to the rage that you feel from being abandoned. This anger has the goal of revenge on everyone in the surrounding world because your physical and emotional needs were not met. This anger wants to inflict revenge on any individual who has hurtRead more

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Fatigue, Stress and Irritability

13th July 2016Uncategorized Standard

You should be able to feel refreshed and revitalised after a decent night’s sleep, being able to work the whole day without agitation. After a long hard day at work it is natural to feel tired but in a pleasant way, especially if your job has high job satisfaction. We need to feel like weRead more