Millburn Free Public Library welcomes handwriting expert and certified graphologist Ruth Brayer on Jan. 23 at 7:00 p.m., for a compelling program on handwriting analysis.
Through this insightful and fun program, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of themselves and others, as well as learn three secrets hidden in handwriting. Some attendees will even have a chance to discover what their handwriting says about their own personality.
Brayer will demonstrate how graphology, the scientific study of handwriting as a projection of personality, can help you overcome limiting beliefs and fears.
Brayer will also speak about the forensic aspect of handwriting identification and the behavioral aspect used by the FBI and over 3,000 U.S companies as part of the personnel selection process.
There will be a general Q&A session for approximately 10 minutes after the program.
Seating is limited and admission is free, sponsored by the Friends of the Millburn Free Public Library. Call 973-376-1006 ext. 191 to reserve your seat or sign up online at www.mfplib.org by clicking the yellow “calendar of events.”
Brayer is a court qualified handwriting expert and a leading graphologist. She is a consultant to business and government and has been retained as an expert in multi-million dollar cases. Her practice covers a wide spectrum, from handwriting authentication to court testimony to speaking on behavioral profiling. She is the author of "Detecting Forgery in Fraud Investigation" and "Decoding Your Dad".