SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOPS (3hrs) Day: THURSDAYS TIME 10.30am - 1.30pm
SEMINARS (all day) Day: THURSDAY TIMES 10.30am - 2.30 pm with a lunch break


Summer Term 2017

Date Subject Lecturer Fee
1. THUR 11 May Foreign Writing Systems Dafna Yalon £50






 




Autumn Term 2017

Date Subject Lecturer Fee

1.  tba
Lord Nelson and Emma Hamilton Martin Hastings
2. Weds 8 Nov

Four Elements Test

Massimo Redaelli  £50

Dafna Yalon - Seminar - 11th May 2017

Dafna Yalon from Israel is a full time graphologist,  with an M.S. in biochemistry. She uses many different psychological exercises to complement her work as a graphologist including the Wartegg drawing test and the Star-Wave test. Ms Yalon is a past president of the Society for Scientific Graphology in Israel, and lectures internationally.  She has published numerous articles and books including The Star-Wave Test Across the Life Span and, in 2003, Graphology Across Cultures.

In May, we are very fortunate that Miss Yalon will be sharing with the Academy her knowledge on the massive topic of Foreign Writing Systems. It will promise a fascinating insight into the world's most widespread writing systems and help us to appreciate the universality of graphological concepts.

Subject:  Foreign Writing Systems

Martin Hastings - Workshop - Autumn (tba)

Martin is an Advanced Diploma member of the BAoG and Editor of our digital Newsletters.  He has kindly offered to present a Workshop this Autumn. The focus for discussion will be on the affair between Lord Nelson and Emma Hamilton.  It covers a fascinating period in Britain's history and includes some contrasting handwritings which help uncover the personalities involved.

Subject:  Lord Nelson and Emma Hamilton

Massimo Redaelli - Seminar  - 8th Nov 2017

In this seminar, Massimo will talk about the Four Elements test, invented by Jungian psychologist Rene Arthus, which involves drawing a landscape containing a house, the sun, water and a snake.  We will be discussing  the archetypal roles of the elements in the drawing, and analyse their graphological / technical features. After a brief introduction to the theory,  there will be a comparative analysis with a selection of drawings and handwriting samples.

Subject:  The Four Elements Test