SleepTalk Consultants

Hearing impairment

Hi Joane,

I have been trying SleepTalk with my daughter to help her control her nervous facial tics but am having a few problems. The first is that she is moderately deaf in her right ear and tends to sleep with that ear up or roll on to her left ear part way through the sleep talk. I obviously need her to hear what I am saying so I don’t quite know how to handle this one. If there is some level of hearing I’m not sure that it would be a problem. I would suggest that you also present the SleepTalk statements during the day to reinforce them. Another query I have is that as I walk into the room she generally starts rolling and moving about. That in fact is fantastic in that it indicates your daughter has transferred immediately, so don’t even bother to stroke her. Just start saying: “Stay asleep”  perhaps only once to ensure she remains in the correct brain wave frequency and then commence the process.. Do I still start stroking her head NO, because she has already transferred and is waiting for you to  say and saying ” stay asleep” yes, but only repeat it once because she has already transferred to the awareness or does this indicate that she isn’t in a deep enough sleep No, all is correct because she has transferred and waiting for your suggestions. I feel your daughter is slightly anxious so this will definitely assist. and that I should come back later? No, stay and complete the suggestions  She frequently wakes during the sleep talk (even though I am following the procedure to the letter) that’s not a problem, just continue with the process and if she asks what you’re doing, just incorporate the statements into your reply. Such as: “I’m just telling you how much I love you, etc, etc. and will ask me what I was doing in the morning. Don’t go into explanations and just use words within the suggested statements, I’m just telling you I love you………. Eventually she will just not be bothered, but if it continues and your concerned just give me a call or email meJ. You are also welcome to organise a private session with me if needed.   I really hope you can help me. Don’t be too concerned – the main thing is you can’t do harm, but do contact me if you’re worried.J Hope to hear from you very soon.

Jan 2012 – NSW Mum ‘N’


Hearing impairment

Hi Joane, I have been trying SleepTalk with my daughter to help her control her nervous facial tics but am having a few problems. The first is that she is moderately deaf in her right ear and tends to sleep with that ear up or roll on to her left ear part way through the SleepTalk. I obviously need her to hear what I am saying so I don’t quite know how to handle this one.

Joane: If there is some level of hearing I’m not sure that it would be a problem. I would suggest that you also present the SleepTalk statements during the day to reinforce them.

Another query I have is that as I walk into the room she generally starts rolling and moving about.

Joane: That in fact is fantastic in that it indicates your daughter has transferred immediately, so don’t even bother to stroke her. Just start saying: “Stay asleep”  perhaps only once to ensure she remains in the correct brain wave frequency and then commence the process.

Do I still start stroking her head?

Joane: NO, because she has already transferred and is waiting for you, only repeat “Stay asleep” once because she has already transferred to the awareness

does this indicate that she isn’t in a deep enough sleep?

Joane: No, all is correct because she has transferred and waiting for your suggestions. I feel your daughter is slightly anxious so this will definitely assist.

or  should I come back later?

Joane: No, stay and complete the suggestions  

She frequently wakes during the sleep talk (even though I am following the procedure to the letter)

Joane: that’s not a problem, just continue with the process and if she asks what you’re doing, just incorporate the statements into your reply. Such as: “I’m just telling you how much I love you”, etc, etc.

and if she asks me what I was doing in the morning?

Joane: Don’t go into explanations and just use words within the suggested statements, I’m just telling you I love you… Eventually she will just not be bothered, but if it continues and your concerned just give me a call or email me. You are also welcome to organise a private session with me if needed.

I really hope you can help me.

Joane: Don’t be too concerned – the main thing is you can’t do harm, but do contact me if you’re worried.

Hope to hear from you very soon.

Jan 2012 – NSW Mum ‘N’


Hearing Impairment

Hi Joane, thought I would share with you the joy of working with the Goulding SleepTalk with my granddaughter & daughter. As you know my daughter & granddaughter live in the UK and I was previously aware of SleepTalk prior to training with you as a consultant. I had sent a book and re-recorded a cd for my granddaughter who is now 8yrs of age and is plus 80% deaf. In particular I wish to highlight the benefits it afforded my daughter as well as focusing her thoughts and dealing with her “stuff”.

When my daughter was using the program with the little one, after about month she noticed an improvement with my granddaughters clarity and an ability to put things in prospective. I must add my daughter has suffered severe depression of varying degrees since probably her mid to late 20’s , she is now 35. So they together used the program a little ad hock over a year and it was re enforced when they come to oz for a holiday.

I was privileged enough to have both my girls here in July 2011 for 2 .5 months, I restarted the program with my daughters blessing, religiously every evening she would go into the room when my granddaughter was sleeping and say the wording. The difference in my granddaughter from being an unaware full time career for her mum, to a very happy young child with vitality love life and a yearning to learn. My granddaughter wanted to go to the library and we were bring books home chosen by her age related. Her concentration, enthusiasm for life fun & laughter developed beyond all recognition. To my daughter the transition was amazing.

The reading age off my granddaughter improved from 8/9 to 12 year old, no fear and to see a timid little girl acting as though she wanted to be on stage was so rewarding. It’s so hard to put into words when this wonderful transition was happening before my eyes, yet I knew and believed in this fabulous program.

Every parent should experience & grandparent as well should witness for themselves. For me the greatest joy was the week before my girls were due to fly back to the UK. My granddaughter was saying good morning and after asking how she slept, she replied, “in every way it gets better & better”

My final word. My granddaughter wears 2 hearing aids and has no hearing once removed, in total isolation. This beautiful program offers understanding and clarity to parents in an unobtrusive not obvious way of dealing with their stuff. Children have an ability to live a full and positive life as it gets better in every way.

From a very proud consultant & grandma.

Allison Roe. Aussie Consultant