Who is IaAM?
IaAM is the only National organization offering a range of expertise for all
aspects of anger and conflict management throughout Ireland. We offer an
extensive range of tailor made programmes and training in all areas of anger
management including individual anger management programmes, assertiveness
training, stress management, de-escalation techniques, conflict resolution,
dealing with difficult and dangerous behaviour and shame reduction work.
IaAM offers its services to the general public including adults and young
people, public and private sector companies and organizations, educational
authorities, human relations management, security companies, churches,
families, parents and anyone dealing with their own or another's anger.
IaAM is a professional body of consultants, counsellors and trainers. From
individual support, workshops, seminars, bespoke packages, counselling and
psychotherapy - we offer something for everyone experiencing anger directly
IaAM encourages those who have used our services to stay in touch through
our “Staying the Course” programme. This is to ensure that we can monitor
client’s personal progress and, in line with good practice, provide
continuing professional support in sustaining the changes that participants
have made in their lives.
Where are we?
IaAM is the leading National training company providing Anger Management
training across Ireland. Our offices are located in both Belfast and Dublin.
Our programmes, courses, counselling and training are held at different
locations throughout Ireland. All our programmes are usually delivered at
one of our peaceful and private locations throughout the country within easy
reach of major cities including Belfast, Dublin, Cork and Galway.
Alternatively, if you require us to run a course in your area please contact
us and we will arrange a venue to suit you.
IaAM specifically operates a non-discrimination policy to ensure that our
services are open to everyone regardless of your age, gender, beliefs,
ethnic origins, sexual orientation, disability or religion.
The founder and director of IaAM. He has eighteen years extensive experience
working as a counsellor/psychotherapist in both the community and statutory
sectors, giving him unique insight, experience and a wealth of knowledge
that is invaluable when working with a wide range of emotional difficulties.
Trained in psychotherapy and group facilitation, Bernard brings a wealth of
knowledge, experience and expertise to the specialist field of anger
management. His expertise and experience has been acknowledged by the two
leading counseling/psychotherapy professional bodies in both Ireland and the
UK. He is an accredited/registered therapist with both the Irish Association
of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) and the British Association of
Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). He works strictly within The
Professional Code of Ethics and Practice of both Professional Bodies,
ensuring a service at the highest level of professional standards.
Rosie is an experienced counsellor/psychotherapist, group facilitator,
trainer, personal life coach and clinical/managerial supervisor. She is a
Master Practitioner of Ericksonian Hypnotherapy and has worked extensively
in areas such as addiction, bereavement, eating disorders, learning
disabilities, reproductive and sexual health including HIV/AIDs. Throughout
her career she has worked extensively with clients on a broad range of
issues including anger management and has extensive experience working with
individuals, couples, young people and people with disabilities. Rosie is
committed to continued professional development and the promotion of
exemplary ethical and professional standards. She has thirteen years
recognition working as an accredited member of The Irish Association of
Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Peter Devers is a Person Centred Therapist with 12 years experience in
Counselling/Psychotherapy, Supervision, Group Facilitation and Training.
Originally from Scotland, Peter trained in the UK and Ireland and has
extensive experience working with statutory and voluntary organisations.
Peter is an accredited practitioner with both the British and Irish
Associations for Counselling & Psychotherapy and operates in accordance to
their Code of Ethics and Practice. He works with individuals, couples and
groups with a range of issues from addiction, bereavement, anger, sexual
abuse, marriage difficulties and trauma. Peter is committed to working to
the highest professional standards.
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