Goulding Method (SleepTalk)The gift you can give your child for a lifetime
The Goulding Method can help with:
And Much More...
What is “Sleeptalk”?
The Goulding Method is a natural process that takes you only two minutes each night. Doing this builds the brain’s firewall which protects and empowers your child against daily negative programming e.g. violence on TV, bad news in tabloids, celebrity influence, bullies, strangers, teachers.
The process is about developing a child’s emotional intelligence, resilience, the mind’s firewall which protects against negative suggestions; much like a firewall on a computer protects it from outside interference and damage.
Beryl Comar MA, MEd, MNLP, CHt, DipTEFL teaches this accredited process to parents around Europe, the Middle East, India and S. Africa.
The Goulding Method is easy to learn, and it can’t be “done wrong”. It’s absolutely safe, ethical and positive. SleepTalk™ is for people who are looking for a simple, non-intrusive change process for children that can help parents achieve what they want most – happy confident children and happy families.
Your child is growing to be tomorrow’s leader, and in a world so different than it is today, so it is very important that we give all the confidence we can today so they grow up to be healthy, happy and positive people.
SleepTalk for Children is the best gift that any parent can give to their child, a gift that can last a lifetime.
Having seen so many cases, we still get amazed over the results of SleepTalk. Parents who have taken training in the program have said “it could be just plain coincidence, or magic”. But it is not. It is The Goulding Method.
The Goulding Method empowers parents to help their children to achieve self-confidence, inner strength and to help with general and specific issues in their lives.
Children’s healthcare professionals in Australia, UK and Europe have been using the The Goulding Method for over 30 years.
Research into the Benefits of SleepTalk™
An excerpt reads:
Sleep Talk™ recognises the principle that establishing a strong self-esteem before adolescence is crucial. The challenges of school, family and growing up that teenagers face are difficult to overcome for even the happiest and most content teenagers. For those who do not possess the emotional resilience to press on, depression, isolation and failure may become a way of life. It is important that self-esteem is developed early to ensure that a happy and healthy adolescence follows.
For your initial consultation, contact accredited Goulding Method Consultant and Middle East Trainer: Beryl Comar MA, MEd., MNLP, CHt., CI, DipTEFL email@example.com