About: Global Graphologists Association

Mission Statement: To keep your enthusiasm in graphology alive and your knowledge of handwriting analysis growing.

You can learn graphology and become graphologist then practice handwriting analysis.

We are an 'association' of graphologists, a section-8 non-profit public limited company with the main objective to promote graphology and graphologists.


  • Awareness: Of graphology and use of handwriting analysis.
  • Clubs: Community and networking of graphologists.
  • Education: Graphology and handwriting analysis.
  • Publications: Publications related to graphology.
  • Research: Knowledge expansion and verification.

Value Principles:

Integrity — We pursue our mission with honor, fairness and respect for the individual, ever mindful that there is no "right way" to do the "wrong thing."

Inclusiveness — We serve responsibly as members of all the communities in which we live and work, fueled by diversity of thought and action.

Dedication — We remain dedicated to our Customers and our cause, and committed to discovery and continuous improvement.

Excellence — We strive to be the best in our work, our relationships, our ideas and our service is the greatest demonstration of our pledge to Customer satisfaction.

Sensitivity — We operate in a climate of openness and trust in which each of us fully grants others respect and cooperation.

Vision — We are willing to take prudent risks as we strive to be proactive, innovative and creative in all we do.

The Global Graphologists Association (GGA) supports graphology professionals to become the trusted advisors of choice for individuals and organizations facing important and complex decisions.

Members are from a variety of professional background, practicing in industry, commerce, government, education or research, as well as academics and students with a keen interest in our practice.

GGA fosters continual learning and collaboration. Certification is offered through the GGA career ladder.

GGA is looking for ways to enhance your career path by establishing a "Graphology Professionals Career Development Support" program.