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An Introduction to Handwriting and Statement Analysis

An Introduction to Handwriting and Statement Analysis

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Calling All Super Sleuths!!! Did you know that you can determine whether or not an individual is being deceptive by studying their statements and handwriting??? Statement analysis is a process in which a statement, either written or oral is analyzed to determine deceptiveness. Did you know that there are "danger signs" in handwriting? That you can tell if someone is having random thoughts about suicide and so much more by analyzing his/her handwriting?? It might sound crazy but it's true.

On November 9th from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Kenneth E. Smith and Emmy Taylor will intrigue you with an Introduction to Handwriting and Statement Analysis that will leave you both bewildered and fascinated and you will find yourself wanting to learn more. You will be amazed at how much one can tell about a person through his/her handwriting and statements. In this class you will be introduced to some key danger signs in handwriting, you will learn how to tell if someone is having random thoughts about suicide and you will view the handwriting traits of liars and perverts.

Tea service from the Teafinery at BrainVessel provided and complimentary dessert by Renee Napoli.

$25.00 discount code (LAW) at checkout for those in law enforcement and education! Click here to register.

About Ken and Emmy:

Ken and Emmy both hold the following certifications:

*Masters Certification with the International Graphoanalysis Society

*Scientific Content Analysis Certification from the Laboratory for Scientific Interrogation

*Certification on Forensic Document Examination from The Andrew Bradley Association

**Brain Vessel and/or the instructing artist reserves the right to cancel the class if the minimum student requirement is not met by two days before the class date. Refund or rain check for the next class will be given.**

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