Debbie Jenae has been fascinated with handwriting analysis for over 30 years. She is a Certified Graphoanalyst and member of the International Graphoanalysis Society (IGAS), former president of the IGAS Hawaii Chapter, and a current member of the Southern California Chapter of Graphoanalysts. She is also a member of the National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association (advocating for abused children) and has been recognized by the Hawaii Governor's office for Outstanding Volunteer Service. Debbie's knowledge of human behavior is influenced by ten years in office management and computer system management and training, eight years in the judiciary as a court appointed child advocate and program trainer, and personal experience, study and training in trauma and recovery. Some Handwriting Factoids:Graphoanalysis is the scientific method of determining character and personality by the study of individual strokes found in writing. Handwriting analysis is utilized in business, education, mental health, law, and personal achievement. Handwriting analysis does identify how one makes decisions, reacts to emotional situations, and interacts with others. Fears, defenses, aptitudes, and positive and reductive influences may also be revealed. Handwriting analysis cannot determine age, gender, or ethnicity. Graphology (the generic term applied to all systems of handwriting analysis) is catalogued in the Library of Congress as a Branch of Applied Psychology.