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Art of Personality: Assessing Drawings for Homicidal / Suicidal Intent

Event Type: Continuing Education
Event Date: Thursday, June 13, 2013 - 8:30am - 4:30pm
Event Location: Buckeye, AZ us
Address: Buckeye Police Department
100 S. Apache
Event Cost: 99.00
Event Desc:

Learn to view artwork from a handwriting perspective to see if the individuals are feeling anxious, scared, angry, suicidal, and more. Learn to analyze their writing & artwork together to see if they are telling a story of killing. Learn to analyze thoughts and actions to assess for follow-through... and when! This is the only class of its kind.

More Info: http://www.CopClasses.com
Contact: Treyce Montoya, Trainer / CEO | <p>623-980-3808 (text friendly)</p> | treyce@copclasses.com
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