Behaviour

 

Behaviour

 

In the first two months the main thing that I have realised was that I loved them even more.

 

I would never thought that was possible because I loved them so much anyway. But now I started to see them through different eyes.

 

I watched them to sleep and I forgave them all of their mischiefs and laziness.

 

I started to accept their flows! So those words did influenced – at least me. (Sorry for the English)

 

SleepTalk® Accredited Consultant – Gerely (Nicolas) Miklós – Hungary – 2014

 

Observing Positive Behaviour. 

 

“Parents feedback has been good so far and positive behavioural changes have been observed, specifically changes in social behaviour and social interactions. Younger brother may unconsciously feel left out from not receiving the process. 

 

Will follow-up with mother about starting the process with younger brother.

 

Accredited Consultant: Kar yen Chai – Singapore 2018

 

 

Co-operation and Behaviour.

 

“The mother was amazed at the instant response from the first night of using the The Goulding Process – SleepTalk® Foundation Script. Her feedback comments revealed: ‘L’ had stopped moaning about foods, doesn’t argue about reading & is better at going to school.

 

He is up by 7am every day, way more co-operative (we have only had one argument). Has had a full night’s sleep (he was being awakened by growing pains) and his attitude has changed, he is happier and is not yelling any more.  

 

He is now a cute little boy.  ‘L’ is doing his reading with no whining and not trying to run everyone’s lives. He is not so much the boss, he tries to help rather than be the boss. He now handles it well when his younger cousin steals his toys. ‘L’ used to scream going down the hallway [fear] now he is ok with it and even closes his own door.

 

Parents Comments – Mum wrote: “Thank you so much. ‘L’ has changed so much. His reading and writing is getting a lot better. He is sleeping well but still seems very tired. this is natural as he has just really started school.” 

 

“The parent is happy to continue with the Foundation statement and feels there is no real area of a Primary Area of Need at this time.  We will continue for another three months and monitor ‘L’ progress and should an issue pop up we will look at a suitable script. 

 

His ‘Physical’ improvement is 90%, ‘Academic’ shows an 80-85% improvement, his ‘Behaviour’ is a marked excellent and mum gives it a 100% improvement.

 

His ‘Emotional’ assessment has an 85% improvement noted and ‘Home’ they feel there is an overall improvement of 95 %  which has been achieved in this short time frame, and mum is amazed and so very happy that she came to the SleepTalk® Programme.

 

Accredited Consultant: Mary Tonner – NZ 2013

 

Behaviour.

 

“Despite not completing all areas of this case study, I do believe ‘C’ made progress. Within two weeks of commencing The Goulding Process- SleepTalk® ‘C’ behaviour had improved a greatly.  

 

A month in, novel situations or change of routine still made ‘C’ anxious but Mum felt there had been improvements overall and she was recovering more quickly. By three months ‘C’ was still experiencing anxiety but was able to communicate it better and overcome it quickly. 

 

So ‘C’ was still reacting to moments that created anxiety for her but not as strongly and her recovery time had been shortened. She was also able to articulate to her parents what was upsetting her. A much less reactive child than when we started the Goulding Process SleepTalk®.” 

Accredited Consultant: Marian Daish – Victoria 2017

 

Behaviour and Speech. 

 

“To finish, I just wanted to share with you the letter of feedback I received from Mum towards the end of the The Goulding Process- SleepTalk®. She goes on to say: “ What can I say, thank you, thank you, thank you – for giving me back my sweet little boy. His behaviour has done a complete turnaround. 

 

He has gone from being the trouble maker at school to telling the trouble makers how to be good and looking out for the kids who are getting led astray and getting them to go play somewhere else. Last term of school he has been coming home happy instead of teary and emotional.

 

He always wants to help me eg: Bringing shopping in from the car, clear the dishes from the table etc… He is controlling his anger. He will say to me: “I feel angry mum and I want to have a play by myself”, or “I don’t feel like talking”; therefore we don’t have too many angry days anymore. 

 

He will walk up to me at any time and give me a cuddle and a kiss and walk away and continue on with what he is doing. He is now always prepared to try something he hasn’t done before (this time last year he would not even try). 

 

His confidence has improved 100%. His speech and communication has also improved. He hardly stutters anymore, that was a nervous habit. He still has some trouble with crowds and noise. Places like shopping centres, but he tells me now when we are out. He will say something like: “It is getting too noisy. I want to go home”. Overall he is a happy and confident little boy.”

 

Accredited Consultant: 2010 Marina Fick  – Victoria 2010

 

Behaviour. 

 

“Parents feedback has been good so far and positive behavioural changes have been observed, specifically changes in social behaviour and social interactions.

 

Younger brother may unconsciously feel left out from not receiving the process. Will follow-up with mother about starting the process with younger brother.

 

Accredited Consultant: Karyen Chai – Singapore 2018