|Asunto:||[grafologiauniversitaria] The American Society of Professional Graphologists|
|Fecha:||Viernes, 13 de Noviembre, 2009 18:46:09 (+0100)|
|Autor:||María Luz Puente <marfrains @.......com>
ASPG Winter Handwriting Analysis classes starting Feb. 10, 2010
|The American Society of Professional
Please join us for
Winter 2010 Classes in
Handwriting Analysis and Handwriting
Fifth Avenue at 14th Street, 14th Floor conference room
Siegel and Lois Vaisman are focusing on three topics this winter.
Handwritings involving relationships, both personal and in the
2. Mental health issues using handwriting
analysis as an assessment tool.
3. The basics of forensic
handwriting identification (2 sessions).
will be applied to analyzing handwriting depending on the handwritings being
evaluated. Under the umbrella of a gestalt approach, these will include using
the Anthony graphological psychogram, the concepts of movement, form and space,
insights from Pophal’s different forms of tension, Kiersey temperaments and
The two classes in handwriting
identification will include real cases, concepts for determining authenticity,
procedures related to the acquisition of comparison documents, and mock
Classes begin February 10, 2010, 8 sessions
ending April 21.
Wednesday evenings, 6:15 – 8:00 PM
No classes the
following three dates: February 24, March 17 and April 7.
Fee for the 8 sessions: $360. There is a $20 discount
($340) for checks or money orders received before December 31, 2009. There
is another $10 discount for Professional Members or Associates of ASPG who send
in their 2010 dues before December 31.
Please send checks made out to
Patricia Siegel to:
23 South Drive
Great Neck, NY
Students who satisfactorily complete four semesters of
classes will be certified by The American Society of Professional
Feel free to inquire. Call: Pat Siegel (516)
487-5287 or email: PatSiegel@aol.com.
Siegel is an executive coach, handwriting analyst and identification expert, and
is currently President of The American Society of Professional Graphologists.
Ms. Siegel co-directed an accredited handwriting analysis program at The New
School for Social Research for seventeen years, where she previously received
her training and certification in the psychology of handwriting and handwriting
identification under Daniel and Florence Anthony. She continues to teach
privately. Her publications include chapters in Experiencing Graphology
and Graphology Across Cultures, and articles in the Journal of the
American Society of Professional Graphologists, the Journal of the
British Academy of Graphology, La Graphologie, and as a co-author in The
Psychiatric Clinics of North America. Ms. Siegel is Board Certified,
Diplomat status, by the American Board of Forensic Examiners, received her B.S.
degree from Cornell University, has an M.A. degree in industrial and
organizational psychology from New York University, and a Professional Coaching
Certification from Baruch College.
Lois Vaisman, M.A., M.S.W.,
L.C.S.W., is a graduate of Columbia University School of Social Work, has a
Clinical Psychoanalytic Certificate from New York University, a Master of
Science in Special Education from Queens College, and engaged in post graduate
studies at Hebrew University and Bank Street School of Education. She studied
graphology under Florence and Daniel Anthony at the New School and later
co-directed the Psychology of Handwriting Program at New School University
(1980-1995). She is currently Vice-President of The American Society of
Professional Graphologists. As a professional graphologist and a licensed
psychotherapist, and certified life coach, she combines her multiple disciplines
for use in personnel selection, contested custody/visitation disputes, coaching
and individual psychotherapy. She has worked at Columbia Presbyterian
Psychiatric Institute and Bronx Children and Adolescent Hospital. Lois Vaisman
is a supervising clinician at the Bergen Family Center and also maintains a