Joane Goulding

About

In 1974 Joane Goulding developed the Goulding Method (previously called: SleepTalk®). Professional training was established in 1979 and she travelled extensively around the world sharing her knowledge at international conferences, training professional consultants and trainers.

Joane is an engaging, passionate and experienced professional psychotherapist and speaker. She loved sharing the Goulding Method with as many as she possibly could. She travelled throughout the world, explaining the Goulding Method to parents, families, psychologists, psychiatrists, general practitioners and professionals from many allied health fields.

A published author with qualifications in Psycho-nutrition, Training, Assessment and Education, Supervision and Clinical Hypnotherapy, Joane’s speaking and training commitments enable her to share this proven safe method. It establishes a sense of emotional intelligence, loving attachment and acceptance for our future generations.

Although retired from professional and international training in 2019, Joane is currently a consultant to the Hypnotherapy Council of Australia (HCA) and is recognized as one of Australia’s experts. Joane is currently the sponsor of the Goulding Consultants International Register.

 

The Goulding Method professional training is about helping children build emotional resilience and is accredited by numerous national and international associations and training bodies Including: The International Association of Counselling Therapists (IACT); the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA);  Australian Counselling Association (ACA), Hypnobirthing Association, Australian Association of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy (AACHP), & the International Hypnosis Federation (IHF).

Keynote Speaker

Joane has been a Keynote Speaker both nationally and internationally. She has presented and published numerous papers, articles and authored many accredited training courses. She is accredited in Training and Assessment strategies, and for many years an Orthomolecular specialist and author of the published paper: The use of the Hoffer and Osmond Diagnostic Test (HOD) in Hypnosis. Published: The Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 1, (October 1986)