Bernadette is very excited to have been invited as a presenter for Spring ChangeCamp in Gosforth on 10th March 2018. Along with other professional presenters, the whole day is centred on making positive changes in order to facilitate personal growth and development. Bernadette’s talk covers transactional analysis (TA) and how it can be interpreted through her work.
Continuing conversations with other like-minded professionals such as therapists and counsellors are ongoing. The aim being to discover and create differing avenues to encourage and enable self-development, self-discovery and self awareness. All of which support mental health, personal goals, family issues or professional pathways. The Stepping-Stone project is taking shape and continues to grow.
Waterstones in Northallerton are welcoming Bernadette in-store on Saturday 10th March 2018 between 1pm – 3pm for anyone wishing to get an insight into graphology and what it can offer. Visitors to the store can have a ‘snapshot analysis’ done through handwriting, drawing or perhaps both. Talks with other stores are also in process. The aim is remind us of the importance of handwriting.
Bernadette is continuing her talks for the Durham WI throughout the year, having enjoyed a very warm introduction and welcome. She is thankful for all the encouraging comments and feedback from the members.
As always, the aim of BH Graphology is to allow anyone who may benefit from personal ‘know-how’ to make use of having a graphologist ‘on their doorstep’. Professionally recognised graphologists are very few and far between, especially in the north of England. Bernadette’s work has to be experienced to be truly appreciated, as confirmed by her many testimonials.
Her professional advancement continues this year as she aims to qualify as a forensic graphologist by summer 2018.