Since 1993, Ian Brennan has successfully trained over one-hundred thousand people across the world (America, Asia, Europe, Africa) in violence prevention, anger management, and conflict resolution at shelters, schools, hospitals, clinics, jails, and addiction-treatment programs, including such prestigious organizations as UC Berkeley, the Betty Ford Center, Bellevue Hospital (NYC), and the National Accademia of Science in Rome. These trainings are based on his over 15 years of experience working as a mental health specialist in locked, acute psychiatric settings, the job that has been rated as “the most dangerous” for assault in the state of California.
He also consults throughout the United States, offering one-on-one anger management sessions for individuals facing criminal charges due to violent conduct, and often provides expert testimony in such cases.
Additionally, he is a GRAMMY®-winning record producer who has produced three GRAMMY®- nominated records. He specializes in discovering and working with international artists from impoverished regions, as an effort to help democratize voices in the media. He also has worked on artistic projects with artists such as Merle Haggard, Green Day, Flea, Fugazi, filmmaker John Waters, and many more.
He was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, and currently lives in Europe.
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Hate-less: Violence Prevention & How To Make Friends With A F&#!ed Up World
by Ian Brennan
HATE-less: violence prevention & how to make friends with a f&#!ed up world is a valuable resource for any one struggling with the phenomenon of violence. Ian Brennan has been providing intensive lectures worldwide on the topics of violence-prevention, anger management, and conflict resolution since 1993. This is the follow-up volume to his publication, Anger Antidotes: How Not to Lose Your S#&!.
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