Hypnotherapy for Children Gold Coast
Are your children causing you to doubt yourself and your parenting abilities?
Do you feel misunderstood, unable to connect, and tired of the endless consultations and dead ends?
Is it hard to express love because of everything you deal with every day?
There is a simple way to help your child become emotionally resilient, confident and loving. It is with the ‘Goulding Sleep Talk®” Program
It Can Help Your Child With:
✓ Adoption Issues
✓ Emotional Outbursts
✓ Lack of Respect
✓ Nail Biting
✓ Sleep Issues
✓ Speech Impediments
✓ Hearing Problems
✓ and more..
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The ‘Goulding SleepTalk®’ Program
The ‘Goulding SleepTalk®’ program is a very simple but specifically worded process that allows you to bypass the negative beliefs and idea your child has about themselves and the world.
By talking directly to your childs inner mind, you can help them become less fearful and angry, more emotionally resilient, confident and loving. This not only makes their life happier, but improves the dynamic of your entire family.
SleepTalk is not just for parents of children with behavioural or emotional issues. It is for all parents who want their children to grow up to be happy, secure, emotionally intelligent people.
People can spend years in counselling or psychoanalysis. Sometimes never getting close to resolution. Hypnosis could help you move on from the past and start living the happy fulfilling life you deserve.
How does it work?
During your first session we discuss where your child is now, the specific issue/s you would like help with, and the foundations for resolving negative behaviour.
The first 8-12 weeks are known as the foundation stage. During this stage we will be working generally on your child’s self image and inner security.
During the second and third stages we will more directly address the specific problem area/s. It is not uncommon for the ‘issue/s’ to completely resolve itself in the foundation stage.
There are 3 face to face (or online) sessions normally spread over 5 months, and regular communication by phone or online to continually gauge your child’s progress.