Susanne Shapiro is a court-qualified graphologist whose thirty-five years of experience have led her to some unique cases, from analyzing Graffiti for a Los Angeles Charter School to Bernard Madoff's signature and most recently, Prince William and Catherine's for "The Daily Beast."

She began her studies with Gottfried Bloch, MD, a Los Angeles based psychiatrist who practiced graphology in his native Czechoslovakia before World War II, She then worked with some of the foremost graphologists in Europe and after returning to Los Angeles, received a BA in psychology from Immaculate Heart College .

   Susanne Shapiro
Susanne is a sought-after lecturer and speaker for business organizations, private clubs and individuals eager to learn more about the empirical science of graphology. Her professional activities include:
  • Pre-employment screening for businesses
  • Questioned Document Analysis for private individuals and corporations
  • Court depositions
  • Private consultations
  • Compatibility reports
  • Lectures/Seminars

Susanne received her early training at the Royal Academy of Music, London and received a diploma from the Julliard School of Music in New York. She concertises as a harpsichordist and has recorded for Musical Heritage and Orion Masterworks.

She is a Vice President of the Southern California Chapter of the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation (AHAF).