The British Academy of Graphology (BAOG) has been established since 1985 and is not only the most Academic and eminent graphological organisation in the English-speaking world, but by virtue of being a founder member of ADEG (Association Déontologique Européenne de Graphologues) it is also the graphological body which sets the profession in England. The Diploma of the British Academy of Graphology is recognised throughout Europe and highly acclaimed in other English speaking countries. The function of the BAOG is to promote a greater understanding of the science of graphology. In order to achieve this, Renna Nezos, Principal and founder of the BAOG has created various means of promoting a deeper knowledge of the study of Graphology.
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