Emma Bache is a graphologist or handwriting expert. Her skill is unique and would be perfect for team building and ice breaking. Her personality observations can be both comical and fascinating, and she only needs a sentence or two to work with. She is witty and confident, an ideal after-dinner choice or asset to any corporate event.
Emma Bache has been working as a graphologist or handwriting expert since 1989, analysing handwriting for both the corporate and private sectors. She has an enviable client list which has included members of the aristocracy and celebrities as well as businesses ranging from city institutions, recruitment agencies, hotels, charities and property companies.
From a relatively small sample of handwriting Emma can reveal fascinating insights into the personality and character of the individual, including reliability, energy levels, social skills, honesty and even health issues as well as compatibility between couples and business associates.
Clients have included Hastings Insurance, Strutt and Parker, Conde Nast, as well as financial institutions such as Credit Agricole, N + 1 Singer, The Dorchester Collection and The Corinthia Group.
During the last decade Emma’s media profile has ensured that she remain one of the UK’s leading handwriting experts. She has made countless appearances for both the BBC and Independent channels. Appearances have included 2 series of History Hunt with Bill Oddie for BBC, GMTV’s This Morning and Premier League for Sky during which she analysed top premier league footballers. Emma has also helped resolve forgery cases such as the RBS scandal featured in the Mail on Sunday in 2018.
Radio appearances have included both BBC and regional - Radio 4’s Midweek and Today programmes as well as the World Service.
Emma has had graphology columns in The Times and The Financial Times analysing leaders such as Rupert Murdoch, Sir Richard Branson, Baroness Karren Brady and many of our top industrialists, bankers and entrepreneurs. More unusual cases have led me to analyse some controversial characters such as Saddam Hussein.
Emma has written for all the major UK newspapers including The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and The Daily Mail as well as leading journals and magazines including Cosmopolitan, The Field and Country and Town House.
Emma’s scrutiny of the human mind and behavioural patterns led her to gain qualifications in psychotherapy and hypnotherapy in 2007.
Emma has also worked on forensic linguistic cases for insurance companies, intelligence agencies, banks and individuals, analysing language used in emails, texts and blogs and indeed all forms of printed communication.
As well as helping with recruitment and corporate restructuring, Emma has helped to solve cases of fraud for both private individuals and the corporate world and have given an insight into the criminal mind.
Emma’s first book, Reading Between The Lines was published in September 2018.
Emma’s skill is unique and would be perfect for team building and ice breaking. Her personality observations can be both comical and fascinating, and she only needs a sentence or two to work with. She is witty and confident, an ideal after-dinner choice or asset to a corporate event.