The SleepTalk Process

The SleepTalk® Goulding Process is simple and easily applied.

As a SleepTalk® parent u will be taught how to reach your child’s subconscious mind and present encouraging and empowering messages. These messages are delivered during a specific stage of the sleep cycle when the child’s mind is most receptive to input. The whole Process takes just two minutes.

If you are consistent and dedicated you will be sure to experience significant improvement in whatever issues your child is facing, and/or significant growth and development. The Goulding Process – SleepTalk® is as effective in today’s variety of family structures as it is in traditional father/mother parent situations.

Thousands of children around the world have benefited from this simple process. Undertaking The Goulding Process – SleepTalk® with a first child supports parents in setting up a successful family dynamic as more children join the family.

SleepTalk® is a  therapy that supports parents help their children deal with the world. The sleep talk therapy helps manage children’s behaviour as they develop from being an infant to a toddler and through other difficult moments in childhood. SleepTalk supports children within the family environment; outside the home with other children and adults, and, during educational learning at kinder and through school.

SleepTalk® helps parents deal with different and difficult behaviours in children, including

  • Anxiety
  • Bed wetting
  • Bullying
  • Concentration
  • Confidence
  • Co-operation
  • Creativity
  • Education
  • Fear
  • Eating
  • Goals
  • Health
  • Nail biting
  • Nightmares
  • Skin Issues
  • Sibling rivalry
  • Speech
  • Stress
  • Studying
  • Trauma
  • Victimisation

SleepTalk® shows parents how to help your child or children with their issues so the child or children can be positive, confident and secure.

SleepTalk® works for parents who have children from 18 months – 13 years, however SleepTalk® works with babies and older children from 13 – 16 years old… or even when in the womb! The new research suggests that babies began to absorb language when they are inside the womb during the last 10 weeks of pregnancy — which is earlier than previously held. Newborns can actually tell the difference between their mother’s native tongue and foreign languages just hours after they are born.