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Asunto:[grafologiauniversitaria] The American Society Of Professional Graphologists
Fecha:Sabado, 8 de Septiembre, 2007  12:25:01 (+0200)
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The American Society Of Professional Graphologists

*Fall Graphology Classes begin October 3, 2007
40 East 9th St., New York (see below for more information)

Fall Conference, Saturday, October 27, 2007
80 Fifth Avenue (at 14th Street), 14th Floor, New York, 10 AM “ 3 PM

Richard Kokochak
The Elements, Symbols of Thought

Please join us for a stimulating, creative Conference on the role of symbols in our personality and in our handwriting.

Richard Kokochak is a court qualified document examiner, a certified handwriting analyst, and a self-described œslave to handwriting since 1960. Richard will discuss the symbols of the four basic elements”Earth Air, Fire and Water”and the Greek deities who represent these forces as applied to graphology and personality.
The Elements, Symbols of Thought is the working title of a book he is writing based on these elements and the sixteen Greek deities who represent these forces. This hands-on workshop will include exercises to induce associative reasoning through symbols, and demonstrations on assigning the four elements to handwriting. 

In 1969 Richard was certified as a professional legal secretary, certified as a handwriting analyst by tIGS in 1988, and by AAHA in 1990.  He was also certified as a questioned document examiner by NADE in 1995 and qualified as an expert witness in handwriting in Michigan in 1993. Over the years, Richard has assisted lawyers and prosecutors in over two hundred trials in state and federal courts in three states. In addition, he has been interviewed about handwriting on
NBC Dateline and Hardcopy.

Conference Fees
Professional Members and Associates: Free 
Current students of Patricia Siegel and Lois Vaisman: $25
Other attendees: $50
Yearly Professional Member dues: $125; International - $60
Yearly Associate dues: $125 NY, NJ and Conn.; Outside NY area - $60

Please RSVP PatSiegel@aol.com or call 516-487-5287 for the Conference and Classes.

*Fall Graphology Classes, Wednesday evenings, 6 - 7:45 PM
$300 for eight sessions from Oct. 3 until Nov. 28 (no class Nov. 21)
Patricia Siegel and Lois Vaisman instructors
The classes are gestalt based, emphasizing the concepts of Movement, Form and Space, and the Anthony/Roman Psychogram to structure the analytical process. The course relies on a variety of handwritings each week to teach graphological concepts from an integrated perspective. Students will be asked to analyze handwritings for homework each week to incorporate graphological principles and as a means of learning how to describe personality from handwriting.
Satisfactory completion of four semesters of classes earns a certification from The American Society of Professional Graphologists.

Visit our web site: Click on www.aspghandwriting.org for ASPG news, abstracts of Journal articles, conference summaries and location maps. 


Winter Conference, Saturday, February 2, 2008, 10 - 3 p.m.
Chris Loeffler
œConnections and Integration: Illustrating Handwriting™s Unique Bounty in Nurturing Creativity, Compatibility, and Compassion for the Self and Others.

Chris Loeffler is a clinical social worker, linguist and therapist-teacher, and as been an active graphologist for twenty-five years. Chris has moved through three careers: business, communications, and personal transformation work. He is an inveterate student of human change, and specializes in working with victims and offenders of violent crime. Continuously attempting to integrate graphology into his clinical work, his professional expertise is working with involuntary clients and transforming violence and shame into understanding and empathy. His passion, integrated in his collection of articles under the title, Connections: Pulling Together Some of the Pieces, continues to be the application of graphology to core human issues. These include diagnosing, then treating difficulties around anger and blocked energies, complementarity vs. symmetry in relationships, shame vs. guilt, image vs. conscience, and intolerance vs. forgiveness. Using case examples and handwriting samples, he will touch on each of these topics as time permits, and then attempt to integrate them together in a meaningful and helpful way. 


Spring Conference, Saturday, May 4, 2008, 10 AM “ 3 PM
Alessandra Millevolte
Communication as a Key Factor for Compatibility
in the Couple and at Work: Graphological Factors

Alessandra Millevolte will join us from Italy. She is a professional graphologist and teacher of the Moretti system of graphology in L.U.M.S.A. Rome University and Urbino University. She is also the co-author, with Vincenza De Petrillo, of the book, The Application of the G. Moretti Graphological System, and an article on œThe Four Temperaments of the Moretti Graphological System in Volume VI of the Journal of the American Society of Professional Graphologists.

Alessandra™s presentation will look at interpersonal communication styles from a graphological context. Assertive and effective communication is one of the most important elements in managing good relations, especially those that have important significance in human life, as with couples and in work environments. Many problems derive from faulty communication between people. Graphology can help us to identify - according to the main theories of communication (Palo Alto School, NLP, Transactional Analysis, etc.) - the personal style and needs of communication of each individual. Consequently, it can be the basis for analyzing the quality of interactions and the degree of compatibility with other people, especially those who are close, like partners or work colleagues. The lecture will focus on a) identifying the relevant elements of handwriting to understand the personal style of communication, b) understanding the level of compatibility between people involved in a sentimental relationship, as well as a work and business, and c) identifying those elements of the communication dynamics that are relevant for modifying the interaction. Case histories and practical examples will be presented to clarify the concepts.

Please let us know if you no longer want to be on the ASPG email list.

Patricia Siegel
23 South Drive
Great Neck, NY 11021
(516) 487-5287



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