The Pontifical Theological Faculty of St. Bonaventure (Seraphicum) is launching a Department of Graphology Studies for the 2020-21 academic year.
This specialization follows in the footsteps of Franciscan history, since the father of Italian Graphology is Friar Girolamo MORETTI, OFM Conv., (1879-1963). A native of the Italian Province of the Marches, Friar Girolamo spent more than fifty years studying, researching and teaching this fascinating discipline.
Having long hosted courses on this subject, the Seraphicum is now taking a decisive step forward by establishing a new, three-year course of studies in this field. The courses will run from September 25 to June 12, 2021, and will be held every Friday from 3-7 p.m. Those unable to attend classroom lectures may participate in interactive online courses, offered every Thursday, 3-7 p.m., from September 24 to June 11, 2021.
Graphology is a fascinating discipline that offers a deeper psychological understanding of a person through the analysis of his handwriting. It also contributes to a better understanding of oneself, of human behavior and helps to improve relationships.
The aim of the Department of Graphology is to give students a professional, technical and scientific tool useful in a variety of work areas. Graphological personality analysis has applications in human resources, in the judiciary, criminological and medical sectors, in the area of childhood development, and in the pastoral and vocational fields.
The courses are aimed at interested persons of all ages and backgrounds including students, formators, those working in the judicial, medical and psychological sectors, and those dedicated to spiritual and pastoral guidance.
In this three-year curriculum, one may also specialize in Childhood Graphology, Judicial Graphology, Graphology for Clinical Assessment, Graphology for Human Resources and Pastoral Graphology.
For more information, go to: https://www.scuoladigrafologiaseraphicum.it/ and write to the Department Secretariat at email@example.com.
Elisabetta LO IACONO, Head of the Seraphicum Press Office