Graphology is the analysis and interpretation of a person's character through handwriting. It has been a serious study since 1664 when the Italian physician Camillo Baldi wrote the first graphological treatise. His work is still valid.

The scientific principles of graphology can be applied to analyze handwriting in any language since the analysis does not depend on content but on characteristics found in the writing. We look for hundreds of signs which are interpreted in relation to each other, and provide data to enable the Graphologist to chart a profile of the writer.

One can determine traits such as:

  • Level of Honesty
  • Communication Skills
  • Degree of Work Drive
  • Emotional Stability
  • Creativity and more