Description - Graphology by Monica O'Hara-Keeton
Now in paperback for the first time, this unique guide to graphology demonstrates, using more than 250 samples, how one's handwriting can be used to identify both physical and mental strengths and weaknesses.Working on the premise that handwriting is actually 'brain writing' (in that the hand simply holds the pen, whereas the brain motivates it), the author demonstrates how the structure of the writing can give vital clues to the personality behind it.Graphology can be used in a variety of ways. Employers often call upon handwriting analysis for the purpose of personnel selection and evaluation. The technique can also be used as an aid to career guidance.As well as analysing and interpreting samples of handwriting, the author has provided a selection of spontaneous drawings. She explains in great detail how these too can provide deep insights into the adults and children who produced them.Monica O'Hara-Keeton's findings make fascinating reading for all those interested in the study of handwriting to identify the nature of a person's physical and mental well-being.
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(216mm x 138mm x mm)
Robert Hale Ltd
Publisher: The Crowood Press Ltd
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Author Biography - Monica O'Hara-Keeton
Monica O'Hara-Keeton was taught graphology by her late father, a GP, police surgeon and forensic graphologist. Former agony aunt for a national glossy magazine, she found graphology invaluable for probing deep down to the root of her readers' problems. She was also health/medical correspondent on the Liverpool Echo for more than ten years. Author of seven previous books of non-fiction (two on graphology) including The Healing Mind (written with Joe Keeton) she has made TV and radio broadcasts on the subject, gives frequent lectures and demonstrations and is regularly called upon to do blind readings for the media. Monica O'Hara-Keeton worked closely with her husband Joe Keeton, hypnotherapist and author, until his death in 2003.