Answer the questions as honestly as you can. This is not a scientific test but simply one measure of whether or not you may need some help with the way you feel and express your anger.
Bruce has been a counsellor, therapist, educator, public speaker, community organizer and author in practice for 30 years. He holds a Masters in Social Psychology, was trained at the Domestic Abuse Project in Minneapolis, the Justice Institute of B.C., the Interdisciplinary Institute on Hazing Intervention at Indianapolis and a Masters in Public Health from the University of Liverpool.
Bruce was a staff instructor at Vancouver’s’ Native Education College from 1991-2000 and a Project Coordinator with the Canadian Red Cross Global RespectED Project since 2001. He is a member of Men’s Resources International, the Association of Progressive Helping Professionals, the Network for Conflict Resolution and is a spokesperson for the White Ribbon Campaign.
29 years of direct clinical experience in working with men who have used violence against women. He has worked with programs in six different Canadian provinces and helped to create or retool programs focussed on ending men’s violence to their spouses/partners, including:
Bruce also has been contracted in both provincial and federal corrections systems to assist with the designing and delivering of Partner assault programming.
Mr. Wood has over 20 years of experience in offering anger management/anger skills programs to adult men and women including the designing and facilitating of group programs for:
Mr. Wood is also an author, public speaker and educator on these and other important issues. Here, his experience includes:
Since 2001 Bruce has provided support, education and Risk Management resources to sport organizations affiliated with Sask Sport and since 2007 for Sport Manitoba on such issues and needs as:
In 2009 Mr. Wood was invited to attend the first ever Global Symposium on “Engaging Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality” at Rio De Janeiro and is a signatory of the Rio Declaration.
At Endhazing we are committed to preventing hazing practices from taking place but we are also here to help when an incident has been disclosed.
Focussed on working with individual men and organizations that are committed to ending the use of violence by men in their relationships – with their female partners, towards other men and against children.