The British Academy of Graphology is an organisation which sets a ten-terms syllabus and examines candidates for its qualifying Diploma. It also has a course and examination for its Advanced Diploma.
Although the BAOG cannot make personal recommendations, it may be helpful to provide the following list of our members who hold the Advanced Diploma;
Louise Bhattacharjee BAOG Dip. Adv. BScEcon
Mobile: 07802 482 805
Graduated from BAOG in 1994, also holds the Advanced Diploma. Director of BAOG
Specialist in handwriting analysis for recruitment and general personality assessment
Penny Clark BAOG Dip. Adv.
Tel: 01892 730408
Mobile: 07946 539236
She holds the Advanced Dploma of the British Academy and is an examiner for the BAOG Diploma exam.
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Tel: 020 8876 5338
Fax: 020 8392 1900
Personnel selection, career guidance, compatibility assessments, personal development
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Mob: 07780 602 608
Governor and Examiner, degree in History of Art, qualified in 2001 and gained the Advanced Diploma in 2003. Advises private equity firms and investment banks. Specialises in recruitment, team-building and authenticity. Presents for television.
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Martin Hastings BAOG Dip. Adv.
Tel. 01277 225 974 / Mobile: 0779 696 5903
e-mail: email@example.com / insightgraphology.co.uk
Experience in graphology assessments for Recruitment, Career development and Understanding Relationships
The Graphology Bureau
The Studio, 1B Limpsfield Avenue
London SW10 6DL
Tel/Fax: 020 8780 9530
My work is mainly in personnel selection, career counselling and general assessment. Related activities have involved lecturing at international conferences, giving talks to interested groups, teaching, editing and publishing graphology books.
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Emily Hui BAOG Dip Adv
Mobile: 852-6623 2922 (Hong Kong)
British Academy Graduate (with Distinction) 2014
Advanced Diploma of the British Acadmy of Graphology 2015
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Bernadette Keefe BAOG, FRSA
The Graphology Consultancy,
77, The Wheel House
London E14 3TB
Tel: +44 20 7005 0320
Gained Advanced Diploma 1992.
Established The Graphology Consultancy 1992 which provides recruitment, vocational, and personal analyses to individuals and a variety of business and counselling sectors.
RSA Certificate in Counselling Skills 1993. Fellowship RSA 1997.
Vice-Principal of the BAOG (1994-96) and Governor of the London College of Graphology (1996-2001). Currently tutor and examiner to both organisations, and Chief Executive of the Inernational Graphological Colloquium.
Specialist areas include in-depth analysis, recognising and lecturing on emotional well-being and psychological states, and the role of genetics and family dynamics in personality.
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Mobile: 07747 785713
I gained the Advanced Diploma of the British Academy of Graphology in November 2007 and since then have undertaken personnel assignments for recruitment. I am also a a tutor to a number of BAOG correspondence students both at home and abroad.
Since the beginning of 2011, I have taken over as Administrator of the Academy.
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Tel: 0207 722 3993
I gained the Advanced Diploma of the British Academy of Graphology in 1993 and have been working as a graphologist as well as a tutor at The Academy ever since.
I specialise in personnel selection and career consultancy for small entrepreneurial companies and large corporations.
My bespoke service can pinpoint specific strengths or weaknesses of an individual, and offer compatibility assessments in or out of the workplace.
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Address: POB 42719 London N2 OHE
Tel: 020 8455 7670
Mobile: 07768 475000
Holds an Advanced Diploma from the British Academy of Graphology.
"Between the Lines" established in 2002
Specialises in handwriting analysis for recruitment and general personality portraits.
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Tel: 01536 791 787
Principal of the London College of Graphology
Tutor to the BAOG correspondence course
Previously: Examiner to the BAOG and Member of the Research Group
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Caroline Murray BAOG. Dip. (Adv.)
Studied at the Royal Academy of Music, taught piano and harpsichord for 20 years.
BAOG Dipl 1997, Advanced Diploma, distinction, 1999.
Governor and Director of The British Academy of Graphology (BAoG),
teacher of advanced students, exam adjudicator, member of the Research Group.
Main interests: recruitment, compatibility, career advice, document authenticity.
Presentations, TV and radio appearances.
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Sylvie Oakley BAOG (Dip. Adv.)
Mrs Carolyn Peacock BAOG. (Dip Adv)
Tel: 01780 444377
Mobile: 07970 640424
I gained the Advanced Diploma of The British Academy of Graphology in 2003 and have been working as a graphologist since then.
I am happy to undertake general assessment as well as assessments for recruitment.
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Betty V Rozakis BA ; BAOG Dip.Adv.
Author: Coffee with the Subconscious
Cleveland, Ohio USA
Earned BA degree in History with emphasis in Economics & Philosophy along with Advanced Diploma from the British Academy of Graphology.
Columnist, Speaker, Blogger, Writer, Wife & Mother with over 20 years experience in Healthcare Human Resources.
Specialising through Graphology in helping people succeed in their relationships: Employer/Employee; Parent/ Child; Dating/Marriage; Physician/Patient; Psychologist/Client; Attorney/Jury.
Special Interest: Perform scientific research to refine the accuracy & specificity of Graphology as a diagnostic science, especially as to how it relates to relationships.
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Elizabeth Shearer BAOG Dip. Adv.
Mobile: 07919 123724
British Academy Graduate (with Merit) 2006
Gained the Advanced Diploma of the British Academy (with Merit) in 2010
Analysis for Personnel Selection
In Depth Personality Assessment
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Tatyana Yufit Dip (2008) Adv (2015)
Mobile: 077 2011 2072
Tutor of the BAOG Correspondence Course
Main areas of Graphology assessment: self-undertanding and self-development; vocational guidance;
private and business partnership; consulting parents on children personalities, problems and behaviour.
I write articles for newpapers and magazines. organise Graphology workshops and presentations.
A bilingual graphologist, I am workiing with East and West European languages and have experience with some other languages
(Japanese, Hebrew and Russian)
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