Welcome to AHAF

Since 1967, our organization has been working hard to promote handwriting analysis. Membership has burgeoned and so have the benefits we offer. You are invited to tour our website through the menus above.

AHAF members, did you renew your dues? The Spring issue of The Vanguard newsletter is now available if you did.

Val Weil Passes AHAF Certification Examination!

Congratulations to Val Weil, CG, who has recently passed the AHAF Certification Examination! Val Weil comes from southwestern Pennsylvania. Born and bred and residing in the same neighborhood, Val explains that "she doesn't get out much."  She was so impressed with handwriting analysis that, at the tender age of 44, she went back to college to study psychology, too.  She's been studying Graphology ever since, both with formal classes and lots of independent reading.

New Online Chapter Meets Feb 20th, 2014

On Thursday, Feb. 20th at 6PM Pacific time, the AHAF Online Chapter will meet. Linda Larson, CG will present "The Four Elements of Signatures" that every handwriting analyst should know. Very enlightening! The Chapter is just organizing, so this is the last free lecture. If you wish to become a member, it will be $15.00 annually; or $10.00 per lecture for non-Chapter members.That's right. This is an online Chapter…so the meeting is at your house! We meet using Zoom.us video conference technology right to your computer.

Dr. Cynthia Crosson Becomes Certified Graphologist!

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.

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