Grapho Therapy works by identifying specific handwriting traits that are associated with particular personality characteristics or issues. Once these traits are identified, a handwriting analyst or therapist works with the individual to consciously modify and improve those traits. The process typically involves:

  1. Assessment: The individual’s handwriting is analyzed to identify traits that may be causing problems or hindering personal growth. These traits could include impulsiveness, low self-esteem, or anxiety.
  2. Goal Setting: Specific goals are established for the individual, such as becoming more confident or reducing anxiety.
  3. Practice: The individual is taught to make intentional changes in their handwriting that are aligned with their goals. This may involve practicing specific strokes, letter formations, or spacing.
  4. Monitoring Progress: Progress is regularly assessed through handwriting samples, and adjustments are made as needed.
  5. Reinforcement: Positive changes in handwriting are reinforced through positive affirmations and cognitive-behavioral techniques to encourage corresponding changes in behavior and thought patterns.