Thank you for your interest in the American Society of Professional Graphologists. Membership is open to those who want to know more about handwriting analysis or handwriting identification, at all levels, from student to professional.

The way we express ourselves in handwriting, the psychological and physiological aspects, is an individualized gesture. How we approach the page and move within it tells us much about the way we maneuver in our environment, in the world around us.

Please join us in our exploration of the psychology of handwriting.

2018 Membership dues of $50 can be paid below. The 2018 dues includes all 2018 ASPG online conferences and the Newsletter when available.
To become a Member, pay the ASPG 2018 dues of $50 by Paypal Click here.

The video of Patricia Siegelís Introduction to Graphology presentation of Sept. 28, 2017 is free to all upon request.

If you want to attend only one conference, they are $25 each for nonmembers. Students can register for free with a scan of a current student identification card. We are now distributing ASPG Journals to members for free (charging postage only). Please contact with any questions.

Reduction in ASPG Membership Dues for 2018

Due to lowered expenses for online conferencing, the 2018 Membership dues is now $50. It will include all 2018 ASPG conferences for the year and the Newsletter when available.

ASPG membership fees can now be paid below.
Click on the "ANNUAL DUES" link -or- one of the listed "CONFERENCE EVENTS" to remit by PayPal.

Click here to pay for the ASPG annual dues of $50
       DATE                                  CONFERENCE EVENT ($25 if not a Member) 
 Sep 28, 2016    Pat Siegel, "Introduction to Handwriting Analysis"
                                  NOTE: Free to all interested parties who register. —
                                   Click on
                                   to register for this event or call (516) 487-5287.
 Oct 20, 2018     Marie Anne Nauer, "Pophal Reloaded: Handwriting as -
                           Brainwriting in Light of Recent Research in Neuroscience, -
                           Psychology, and Graphology"

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