Speakers from across the globe are scheduled for landmark conference including topics of PTSD, analyzing print, and international agreements in South America.
Online PR News – 14-September-2017 – Ventura, CA – The American Handwriting Analysis Foundation (AHAF) is celebrating 50 years of leadership in the field of handwriting at their conference taking place in Tucson, Arizona on Oct. 5 – 8, 2017, with the theme "Write The Next Chapter". The event will have a truly international flavor with speakers from Canada, Indonesia, Mexico, Nigeria and all across the U.S.
International speakers will present lectures on the following topics:
Roberto Espinosa Villagran & Josue Briseno: Breaking Global Paradigms: Graphology & HR
Oladipupo Macjob, O.E. B-Pharm: Effects of Medication on Handwriting
Graziella Pettinati: The Umbrella Test
Rachel Blomstrom, BA, MFA: Millenials – Why Should They Care?
Cynthia Crosson, PhD: Trauma's Invisible Wound
Linda Green, CG, MA: AHAF Certification
Heidi Harralson & Tricia Clapp: Enneagram Round Table Workshop
Ruth Holmes, CG: Closing the Gender Gap: Women Leaders Around the Globe
Sheila Lowe, CG, MS: Printing: Its Implications for the Handwriting Analyst
Theresa Ortega: AHAF Around the World
Lena Rivkin, MFA: Behind The Brush
Gayna Scott: Campaign for Cursive: Where We Are, Where We Are Going
Donna Whipple, PsyD: Dialectic Behavior & Coping in Handwriting
Jane Yank, PhD: Stages in Graphic Maturity: Comparison of 2nd and 6th Grade Writing Skills
Josue Briseno is an exciting last-minute addition as a co-presenter with Roberto Espinosa Villagran of Mexico. They will speak about their collaboration in crafting international accords and reciprocal agreements with several Latin American countries based on the standard competence EC0293 approved by the Mexican government. EC0293 allows graphology experts to assess organizations based on local and international legal standards outlined in this competence; new markets could open up in the U.S. with use of this competence based on international agreements such as NAFTA.
Pre-Conference Workshop: Linda Larson - Combining Graphology and Trait Stroke: Making the most of what you know about handwriting.
Post-Conference Workshop: Graziella Pettinati - The Wartegg Test: Popular in Latin America, Finland, Italy, and German-speaking countries, the Wartegg Test is a valuable and fascinating personality assessment measure.
Sheila Lowe, President of AHAF, explained, "People will be converging on Tucson from all around the world. If you are registered, whether in person or via Zoom, you will get the links to all the events that are recorded, at no extra cost. That means, if you live in a part of the world where it’s inconvenient to attend a particular session, you can watch it later."
The conference will take place at the Tucson Radisson Hotel located at 6555 E. Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85710. The event is also available live by Zoom Cloud Conferencing for the convenience of long-distance and international members at $175. Full Conference cost is $350.00 for non-members and $295.00 for AHAF members. Participants may select individual days if they cannot attend the full conference. Pre- and Post-Conference Workshops are $45.00 each.
Full event schedule, speaker information, and registration can be found at this link.