|Delivering: Graphology Specialist, Muhammad Rulli Renata in Talkshow Grapho Parenting and Workshop Grapho Therapy held in UMM Inn, on Saturday (28/3).|
Characters of children can be accessed through their handwriting. It was revealed in Talkshow Grapho Parenting and Workshop Grapho Therapy held by Technical Unit (UPT) Guidance and Counseling University of Muhammadiyah Malang (BK UMM). This program held in UMM Inn on Saturday (28/3) presented graphology specialist Muhammad Rulli Renata who is author of book “Grapho Parenting”. He explained that through graphology parents could recognize and build children’s characters.
Confirming this statement, Head of BK UMM Muhammad Shohib, S.Psi, M.Si said that graphology is old-aged study. In Indonesia, the application of this study remained new. “In Indonesia, it remains new to apply this graphology. Indeed, police just used it as Forensic Psychology or lie detector through handwriting,” said Shohib.
Adding, Shobib stated that graphology had been applied in BK UMM. Accordingly, BK is currently designing graphology for client assessment. “It’s a way better to use graphology,” said him. This study is considered beneficial for education.
He also explained that children’s characters might be recognized through graphology. “We could recognize later children tendency and hence could address this tendency in a better way,” said Shohib.
The audiences in this program were not only from Malang. They came from various cities such as: Mojokerto, Gresik, and Sumenep. “Actually we merely provide 50 participants. However, due to increasing calling from other cities, we still open the registration. Up to this morning, we have confirmed 92 participants,” he added.
Besides college students, this program was also attended by BK teachers, early education teachers, practitioners, psychologists. Through this program, Shohib hoped this graphology could bring benefits for them. “It’s a leading step for succeeding graphology programs. It will help to recognize individual’s characters through handwriting,” ended him. (dil/zul/han/t_stu)