AAHA welcomes your interest and extends an invitation for you to become an active member in our organization.
Membership in the American Association of Handwriting Analysts is at four levels. Affiliate (new), Associate, Certified, and Honorary.
Affiliate membership is the first level in building your handwriting analysis skills. As an Affiliate member you will receive the association’s newsletter (Dialogue), be able to attend AAHA workshops and the annual convention at a reduced rate, be able to network with other members, have access to the Allbright Research library, and interact with your Regional Vice President. The Affiliate level has no voting privileges. An Affiliate member can make application to become an Associate member at any time after receiving the “New Membership” packet from the Membership Chair. However, it is advised to take several handwriting classes and/or correspondence courses before attempting the Associate examination.
Associate membership is the second level in building your handwriting analysis skills. This level of membership can be obtained by passing an examination administered by the Accreditation Chair. An Associate member has all the privileges of the Affiliate member and is able to vote in all AAHA elections. After passing the Associate examination and receiving your Associate certificate, you may apply for the Certification member examination.
Certification membership is the third level in building your handwriting analysis skills. This level of membership can be obtained by passing an examination administered by the Accreditation Chair. A Certified member has all the privileges of the Associate member. An AAHA Certified member is considered to be a qualified professional graphologist.
Honorary membership is acquired by making a distinguished contribution to the field of handwriting analysis. To become an Honorary member, you must be recommended by the Board of Directors and receive a three-fourths vote at the annual convention. An Honorary member may attend all meetings and receive all publications but have no other privileges.
Membership questions should be directed to the Membership Chair
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