Pune: 26-Yr-Old Graphologist Helping People Deal With Issues
Pune, September 30, 2020: Sonal Oswal, a 26-year-old woman from Pune, has been providing Graphotherapy to help individuals in dealing with health issues like cardiovascular problems, arthritis, back pains, conception related issues, etc.
Oswal completed her graduation from Fergusson College in Pune and Masters in Clinical Psychology from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) along with Diploma in Buddhist Psychology from Pune University. She is also a Reiki Grandmaster.
Oswal has been a Graphologist for about eight years and has been designing therapies for the last five years for people suffering from addiction and has helped them in the recovery process.
She has worked with Santulan, which is the only NGO in India that provides free addiction treatment. She is also associated with a Mental Health Wellness Center (Wisdom Matters) where she designed therapies for people suffering from psychological disorders and helped them in changing their lives.
The 26-year-old has also treated people dealing with other issues like finance, career, education, relationship problems, stage fear, etc. She has helped several people in overcoming obstacles and leading a happy life.
She has counselled over 1,000 clients and has trained more than 500 students into the science of handwriting analysis. She has conducted sessions for school teachers and parents on ‘Understanding children and their psychological issues through handwriting’ apart from conducting sessions for the Rotary Club and for youths to create awareness about Graphology.
She even conducted a session on goal setting and motivation for Standard 11 and Standard 12 students in Modern College, Pune. She was also invited by Amdocs company in Pune to conduct a session for their managers on ‘Perspective Development and Time Management’.
Oswal has also worked with Times of India, Pune and conducted training in different schools on understanding behaviour with the help of handwriting.