SleepTalk® is for people who are looking for a simple, non-intrusive self-esteem and behaviour change process for children, that can help parents achieve what they want most – happy children and happy families. The process is about developing a child’s emotional resilience, the mind’s firewall, which protects against negative suggestions; much like a firewall on a computer protects it from outside interference and damage.
”The Goulding Process appears to activate neuroplasticity.
If your child’s belief structure is one based largely on fear or lack of confidence, a feeling of rejection or inadequacy, the ensuing decisions made by their conscious mind will of course, reflect those beliefs.
Learned helplessness occurs with children in almost any family, and suggestions accepted as truth become part of the belief system of their subconscious minds.Younger children are especially vulnerable, accepting negative suggestions with the same energy as positive ones.
The Goulding SleepTalk® Process is a unique, parent-delivered process that acts as the mind’s emotional firewall for children. It improves self-esteem, improves behaviour and deals with a variety of behavioural disorders. Created by Joane Goulding and proven through use by thousands of parents and their children, SleepTalk® is one of the most remarkable child development tools ever created. It has been reviewed by professional after professional, has been validated by every parent who uses the process as it was intended, and has created many thousands of happy children.
Both, the Process and the counselling are very straightforward, structured, ethical and proved to be surprisingly effective by tens of thousands of parents from all over the planet.
Most of us would agree that it is difficult for children to confidently deal with issues in their life if they are anxious, fearful, unhappy or even believe they are unloved or un-loveable. Children trying to cope with bed-wetting, for example, can be anxious, sad, and lack self-confidence. Children given the label ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) may in fact be trying to deal with their world and their family.
1. Private Consultation.
2. Home visit for a session.
3. Skype call consultation / Facetime.