The London College of Graphology was set up in conjunction with The British Academy of Graphology (BAoG) by Mrs. Renna Nezos in 1985, to establish a firm base for Graphology in the United Kingdom. The college is an independent teaching body, offering a training course in Graphology. The BAoG acts as the qualifying body for the Diploma offered by the college, which is accredited by the European Deontological Association of Graphologists (ADEG).
The London College of Graphology course is a journey which commences with training in the “signs” which are fundamental to handwriting analysis. It progresses to an exploration of a broad range of typologies and psychological theories, including those of Freud, Jung, Adler, Fromm, Horney and Maslow and their application to each handwriting.
Students at The London College of Graphology come from all walks of life and backgrounds, but they share a fascination with “what makes people tick” and a desire to study psychology seriously. Many students use their new-found knowledge to help them in their professional and personal life, or just as a way of developing their appreciation of human nature.