Elaine Quigley is a psychologist and chairman of the British Institute of Graphologists, offering advice for staff selection, counselling, lecturing, exhibition presentations, public speaking and TV, Radio and newspaper articles. The service is tailored to the specific needs of those coming to her for advice and a background in dealing with individual clients and national companies has provided the flexibility and experience to give valuable support in decision making and interpersonal perception.

Various psychological theories are brought into play, to clarify for people the reasons behind their own and other people’s behaviour. So often it is difficult to understand why others behave in a way that seems unreasonable. If it is made clear where these others get their ideas and people can recognise their rationality, then relationships can be harmonious or, at least, non‐irritant.