The Goulding SleepTalk® Process, e-Book and MP3
Third edition of the SleepTalk® process is now available as an ebook with accompanying MP3 audio recording. Note: the mp3 is 27 minutes – it is not an audio of the entire book, it is complementary audio from Joane Goulding, information in audio format. Immediate download after payment
*Includes bonus video: Developing The Goulding Process: The Michelle Story (mp4)
The Goulding Process (formally called SleepTalk® for Children), developed in the 1970s, empowers parents to improve and balance their child’s behaviour. The dramatic positive change and calmness it creates permeate throughout the entire family. It’s for parents looking for a simple, non-intrusive way to develop a child’s emotional resilience, building the mind’s firewall, protecting it against negative suggestions.
It’s been called: “The two minute gift with changes that last a lifetime.” It’s easy to learn, and takes parents only two minutes at bedtime, and it cannot be done wrong. It’s absolutely safe, ethical and positive.
Parents and healthcare professionals have called the Process a powerful self-help program which parents and childcare professionals have been using for more than 35 years. They endorse it because it WORKS, helping to reduce anxiety and stress, developing a positive self-confidence, empowering children to manage, improve and balance their behaviour, anxiety and relationships.
SleepTalk® products give directions for the Foundation stage of the process. If you go through the Foundation stage and feel that you need to address some specific issues with your child, then we would recommend to speak to a SleepTalk® consultant in more detail and revise the process with an adjusted statement to address the issue.
In my comprehensive book the Goulding SleepTalk® Process, I show you:
- the research that supports this process
- the reasons why this process works so effectively
- how you can change your family’s reality in just 2 minutes a night with 5 simple statements
- what kinds of responses to expect
- why it is important to be consistent