Reducing anxiety in children - melting away your child's worries and fears

If things are feeling pretty tough for you right now and the parenting challenges are getting a bit too much, please know that you are not alone. Parenting is a tough gig and we are all doing the best we can, with the resources we have available to us right now. But after the last year, there is no doubt these resources are now at an all time low and continuing to simply dig down and push through may well be taking its toll on your mental, emotional and physical health.

Is your child struggling with anxiety?

And we know that more and more of our children are struggling too. Anxiety in children is on the rise. Maybe you have seen this in your child where they are:

◉   feeling anxious and fearful;

◉   full of worries and fears;

   experiencing angry or aggressive outbursts;

   having frequent meltdowns;

   anxious about school;

   having a hard time going to sleep or waking frequently throughout the night;

   having a tough time with friends or siblings; or

   experiencing separation anxiety.

 

I'm here to help

So what if I told to you that I can teach you a technique that would ease these challenges and can help reduce anxiety in children? Sounds too good to be true doesn’t it, but it’s a very real and effective approach (even though the results do feel a bit magical!).

The Goulding SleepTalk® Process is a beautifully simple and gentle method, that will empower you to develop your child’s confidence, self-esteem and emotional resilience. By using this technique, you can help them to feel calmer and more able to deal with those big emotions that may be having a negative impact on their day. 

All it takes is a few minutes of your time every night, talking to your child at a certain stage of their sleep cycle that has been identified as being an optimal state for subconscious learning. This enables you to talk directly to the subconscious mind of your child without interference from the conscious mind’s critical analysis and rejection, so that the carefully crafted loving statements are fully accepted and believed by your child.

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Do you feel like the day-to-day struggles of parenting are getting you down?

Do you feel anxious and overwhelmed by your child's behaviour? Get in touch now to learn a simple technique to reduce your child’s anxiety, improve their confidence and get back to enjoying parenting.

What are the benefits of using the Goulding SleepTalk  Process?

SleepTalk has helped children to have:

⭐️  increased confidence and resilience;

⭐️  improved behaviour (e.g. less aggression, more co-operation);

⭐️  fewer meltdowns;

⭐️  less anxiety;

⭐️  improved sleep quality and quantity;

⭐️  improved relationships with siblings, parents and friends;

⭐️  improved concentration;

⭐️  increased participation in social settings;

⭐️  increase in self-belief and the ability to stand up for themselves;

⭐️  higher self-esteem; and

⭐️  a calmer, happier more resilient perspective!

 

Work with me to help reduce your child's anxiety

If you’re ready to learn this powerful technique to help your child feel less anxious and move to a happier, calmer place, click the button below to read more about working with me.

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SleepTalk Mum

SleepTalk has been remarkable for my youngest boy, who was always angry, grumpy and moody. He was not sleeping well, felt unsafe and to become so positive and far less anxious - this happened almost overnight!

I had exhausted all avenues in regards to "find a solution" to make him better and feel so relieved to finally find the key to his issues. Now I see this is what having children should be like, thank you again SleepTalk.

SleepTalk Mum
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