09
Sep
2013

AHAF's latest survey - what do YOU think?

Help us know what you're thinking, what is helpful to you, and what you think will be helpful in the future in the world of graphology and handwriting analysis! Val Weil, our master survey designer, has come up with a new survey for this week. As usual, short and sweet, just 3 questions:Go to the survey here:  http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07e85c7zuehlcisgmc/start

02
Jul
2013

Forensic Magazine article

Here's a link to an article I wrote about the importance of handwritten statements in law enforcement and related field.s

23
Jun
2013

Smilebox -- check out the conference speakers

Check out our Smilebox,  for the 2013 October conference.

21
Jun
2013

Cursive Training with Iris Hatfield

I had a great time in Louisville, KY training with Iris Hatfield on how to teach her "New American Cursive". It was great to be in a ROOM FULL of people interested in cursive, and most of them, teaching it!I hope to do some fun things this summer with cursive writing...I have some ideas for a local youth center with at-risk kids. Here's my press release about attending her event: http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/392243-1371746802-indianas-first-cursiv...

20
Jun
2013

Theresa Ortega, Cursive Writing Coach!

AHAF's Communications Chair, Theresa Ortega, recently attended a workshop given by Iris Hatfield. Check it out: Workshop

31
May
2013

Welcome New Members

Poirier, Nancy

Meunier, Rita

31
May
2013

JUNE 8: Lines and What They Can Tell Us

Join the New Jersey Chapter on Saturday, June 8
Phil Pearlman will be presenting Lines and What They Can Tell Us, having traveled across the country to share his fascinating findings. ****Learn about Compatibility : 
How do You & Your Partner Line Up?
Health Village   *   11 am-5 pm  *  Pot Luck healthy luncheon
430 Schooley’s Mountain Road, Hackettstown, NJ  07840; 908 852-4801

28
May
2013

Teaching with DABBLE

There is a new startup in Chicago called "Dabble", check it out if you are in the area, I think a handwriting analysis class might be a great addition to their lineup.

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