The Goulding SleepTalk® Process

Proven by thousands of parents and their children since 1970's, one of the most remarkable child development tools that improves self-esteem and deals with a variety of behavioural disorders


The Goulding SleepTalk® empowers parents to help their children achieve self-confidence, inner strength, provide their children positive suggestions to help with  challenges in their lives.


The process activates neuroplasticity, and develops a child’s emotional resilience. It is the mind’s firewall, protecting it against negative suggestions (like a computer firewall protecting it from outside interference and damage).


Just 2 minutes every night for life-changing results. Empower parents with a simple step by step program to improve or overcome their children’s challenges.

The Goulding SleepTalk® process gives parents a second chance to undo the possible harms caused by unkind words they might have said to their children during a busy day.

Safe, non-intrusive, ethical and positive. Give your child (Age 2-14) a gift that lasts a lifetime, build their self-esteem and bring up a happy child, what parents and happy families want most! 

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Are These Your Child's Challenges?

We are here to empower parents how to help their children

  • Hyperactive, hard to control or calm down

  • Nervous, agitated, explosive

  • Separation anxiety, fearfulness, lack of confidence

  • Caught up in the bullying dynamic

  • Fighting with siblings intensively, overly aggressive with others

  • Having trouble sleeping or experiencing nightmares

  • Stuck in habits like bedwetting or nail biting

  • Struggling with eating or body image issues

  • Dealing with health challenges such as skin rashes or falling sick frequently

  • Struggling academically and often labelled with learning disabilities such as Autism or Asperger

  • Troubled about parental separation or other family issues 

  • Not fulfilling the potential you know he/she has

  • Feeling angry and neglected when cannot get what they want

  • Feeling hurt or rejected, jealous or unloved when parents pay more attention to siblings or other children

  • Feeling inferior and lonely in a new environment

  • Constantly tired and less sociable

  • Overwhelmed when cannot meet expectations

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

  • Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)

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