ENTURA, Calif., Sept. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The American Handwriting Analysis Foundation/American Association of Handwriting Analysts (AHAF/AAHA) 2013 Conference takes place on the beach on Oct. 23-26 in Oxnard, CA[/quote]

A pre-conference workshop with Roger Rubin, “What Do Men Want? Further Graphological Exploration,” takes place on Wednesday, Oct. 23 from 1:00 – 4:00PM.

Conference speakers include:

  • Dr. Todd Binkley – The Brain And Handwriting
  • Cynthia Crosson – Healing With A Wet Nose
  • Deborah Dewi – G Spot, The Success Key
  • Kathleen Dickinson – Switching Tracks: Success Stories
  • Linda Green – Murder on the Grapho Express (A Roundtable)
  • Heidi Harralson – Handwriting In The Digital Age
  • Ruth Holmes – Team Building With Handwriting Analysis
  • Yoshiko Inagaki – Sacred Geometry, symbolism, and Handwriting
  • Irene Levitt – How To Succeed As A Handwriting Analyst
  • Theresa Ortega – Increasing Revenue & Influence With Social Media
  • Lena Rivkin – From Brushstrokes To Penstrokes
  • Roger Rubin – Family Systems
  • Shirl Solomon – Child’s Handwriting & Drawings Forecast The Adult

A post-conference workshop with Iris Hatfield, “Certified Handwriting Coach Workshop,” will take place on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 2:00 – 5:00PM.

A leader in the field for almost 50 years, AHAF will host a panel discussion about the state of cursive instruction in U.S. public schools, moderated by members of the Campaign For Cursive committee at 11:00am on Friday, Oct. 25. “The initiative to keep cursive in the classrooms has been making great strides all over the nation. News segments, morning show segments, and conferences are all buzzing about how important it is to teach and encourage our developing children how to write in cursive,” states Campaign For Cursive Co-Chair Gayna Scott.

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