There are 3 important parts of Glyphological Assessment:
- Explaining what is the Assessment & How it can help – Creating Awareness.
- Collecting finger prints and getting analysis done at company Head office.
- Interpretation of the assessment – Counselling.
We take the finger prints through Digital Bio Metric Scanners of all ten fingers. Once the finger prints are uploaded on our server, our back end team processes it for further analysis. After doing the necessary analysis, back end team sends the Assessment to the local system back, TAT for which shall be around 24 hours.
Once the assessment is generated, counselling appointment shall be fixed with the parents or the individual for interpretation of the assessment. Around 45 to 60 mins shall be spent on each and every counselling by Certified Counsellors. In which all the major aspect of behaviour, strength and weakness shall be covered. Also tips shall be given to develop the under focused part of the brain. Assessment shall be of around 25 to 29 pages and certified counsellor will explain all the major points of the assessment.
It’s not only that the counselor focuses on identifying the comfort and discomfort zones, they also focuses on guiding to develop the under focused skill sets through which a person can feel comfortable dealing in specific segment of work.
Overall, Counseling is the most crucial and important part of the entire process. Hence, it must happen in the confidential, private, non-disturbing and comfortable place. Company do not share any assessment with anyone else as per the company confidentiality policy.
Glyphological Assessment is a combination of a science & psychological concept. Every individual possesses two types of comfort zones (potential or abilities). One which is INBORN and another which is timely ACQUIRED. An adult, with the help of specific & standard set of questionnaire, can get an idea about his/her acquired comfort zones/ abilities. But there is another science as well which is known as Dermatoglyphics – study of human finger prints and identifying the inborn comfort zones/ abilities. Brain-Mark Glyphological Assessment is the medium to get an idea about both Inborn and Acquired abilities.
Through our professional individual & personalized Counseling with Glyphological Assessment, we try to guide individual to identify the comfort and discomfort zones.
Glyphological Assessment is basically a science of assessing inborn comfort and discomfort zone of any individual with the help of their hand finger prints. The focus of this assessment is to identify the Signature Strength of any individual. Signature Strength is the branch of Positive Psychology.
Glyphological Assessment (where Glyph means Patterns) means to infer the inborn comfort & discomfort zones of an individual with the help of finger prints. Glyphology is also popularly known as Dermatoglyphics as well. Dermatoglyphics has documentation of research data and results dated 200 years back. Dr. Harold Cummins is acknowledged as the Father of Dermatoglyphics. He studied all aspects of finger print analysis in fields as varied as anthropology, embryology and genetics. His famous Down syndrome studies accurately predicted the genetic link to the disease upon study of finger print patterns. The findings revealed that most children with learning difficulties have different fingerprints compared to normal children. The Glyphological Assessment technique has been developed by scientists and research experts based on Genetics, Embryology, Dermatoglyphics, Psychology and Neuroscience.
Many research papers have elaborated on the link between finger print patterns, different diseases and psychological conditions. Further studies aroused educators’ interest in establishing a link between fingerprint pattern distribution and innate comfort & discomfort zones potential distributions. Significant investigations have also been carried out into the Dermatoglyphics indicators of congenital heart disease, leukemia, cancer, coeliac disease, intestinal disorders, rubella embryopathy, Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia as well as other forms of mental illness. Most of this research has only been published in the pages of medical journals.