- Education & Research
Dr. Cynthia Crosson has recentlly become certifed by AHAF. She was originally certified by IGAS as a Graphoanalyst in 1993. She currently serves as the president of the New England group, MACIGAS in Massachusetts. In her ‘other lives’ Cynthia is the pastor of the Whately Congregational Church in Massachusetts , a retired college professor and a writer in the area of child abuse and neglect, child welfare and more recently services to veterans and their families.
Congratulations to Varda Rose who has just become certified by AHAF!
Congratulations to Tony DeSerpa who has recently been certified by AHAF!
Joan Kramer has recently earned the title of Certified Graphologist through AHAF. Years ago, Joan picked up a beginner’s book on graphology at a local bookstore, and by the end of the read, the hook was set. She went searching for more on the subject, and then completed both the beginning and advanced courses through ISHA for certificates. She soon went on to study Sheila Lowe’s Gestalt Course, as well as additional materials on the gestalt.
Congratulations to Ruth Holmes and Sarah Holmes Tucker who recently became certified by AHAF!
Victor Clark, MSEd, Certified Graphologist, has training and experience as a licensed professional counselor in clinical, forensic and experimental graphology. Mr. Clark is an executive assessment consultant in leader character since 2008 focusing on personality dynamics of violence in business management in Atlanta.
Handwriting analysis has been part of Joyce Brizendine’s life since she was 18. The seeds were started once she read Bunker’s book on Graphoanalysis. After she obtained her BS and MS in Education, she took the IGAS course to become a Certified Graphoanalyst in 1978. Throughout subsequent years, she taught courses on Handwriting Analysis at the community college and graduate levels. She was a guest lecturer on several cruises, and also lectured at local high schools.
Congratulations to Lena Flory Cervantes Lamond who is now a Certified Graphologist!