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Society Conference Reports for 1995

Winter Conference

February 4, 1995

Dr. Ron Kraus
Putting it All Together: Synthesizing the Analysis into a Report

Patricia Siegel and Lois Vaisman
Workshop: Members worked in small groups to analyze handwritings, followed by a group discussion.

Spring Conference

May 6, 1995

Dr. Ron Kraus
Putting it All Together: Synthesizing the Analysis into a Report

Ron Kraus described the process he undergoes to synthesize a handwriting analysis into a graphological report. He discussed ten broad graphic elements that he evaluates to develop a preliminary gestalt impression before writing the report. Then he itemized the personality factors that he methodically evaluates and incorporates in the resulting written report. His detailed handouts are enclosed in this newsletter for those members who were not at the meeting.This process of synthesizing an analysis provides a needed mechanism for objectively evaluating and presenting a report as well as a structure for presenting a comprehensive and individualized personality description. Thank you Ron.

Patricia Siegel and Lois Vaisman
Workshop: Members worked in small groups to analyze handwritings, followed by a group discussion.

Pat and Lois provided examples of a mother and son's handwriting which were examined by four groups of analysts at the conference. Numerical evaluations were worked out by each group for an abbreviated California Q-Sort which resulted in lively discussion. The exercise was designed to heighten awareness of graphic subtlety and personality comparison through small group cooperative efforts. Several members requested that this type of workshop, requiring involvement of all meeting participants, be presented periodically at future meetings. Everyone seemed to feel the process was very worthwhile.

Fall Conference

November 4, 1995

Patricia Siegel
Presentations to Thea Stein Lewinson and Dr. Alan Levine

Evelyne Bissone Jeufroy
Interpretation and Symbolism of Selected Letters of the Alphabet

Madame Jeufroy is a recruiter and graphologist in Paris. She received her diploma from the French Society of Graphology and majored in psychology and history of art. Madame Jeufroy has studied with William Rubin of MOMA, Rudolf Arnheim and Daniel Anthony. She has been Artistic and Communications Director for Gieu and Baccarat where she applied graphology in the recruitment process for colleagues.

Dr. Herry Teltscher
Handwriting Analysis of the "Swiss Nanny"

Dr. Herry Teltscher is a fellow member of The American Society of Professional Graphologists. He is a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist and handwriting examiner with fifty years experience in Europe and the United States. He is author of Handwriting, Revelation of Self. His analysis of the "Swiss Nanny" was recently published in Circle of Fire.



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