Chloe Goodchild is an international singer, author, educator and director of The Naked Voice Foundation.
Chloe believes in the possibility of finding and reclaiming our own unique voice through song – uncovering and transforming difficult feelings and moving towards greater confidence and connection.
Areas of interest
- Empowering people to discover their authentic inner voice
- Conflict resolution and Peace work
- Political and social change
Chloe is an international singer, author, educator and director of The Naked Voice Foundation. Chloe believes in the possibility of finding and reclaiming our own unique voice through song. She’s helped thousands of people across the world uncover and transform difficult feelings and move towards greater confidence and connection.
Deafness in childhood drove Chloe’s discovery of inner sound and silence, and has led to a lifetime’s research of the human voice as one of humanity’s most untapped resources for compassionate communication.
Chloe works internationally – in-person and online – teaching self-awareness through sound awareness. She also works as a consultant with organisations, schools and communities. At heart Chloe’s work is the process of self-observation through non-judgmental listening.
Chloe has an international career spanning three decades, and has sung for the Dalai Lama, and been music director, composer and performer at The Vagina Monologues with its acclaimed author, Eve Ensler, in Madison Square Gardens, New York.
Chloe travels and teaches internationally and in the UK, where she’s based in Bristol.
‘Chloe Goodchild gives us keys to this universe we contain within our own voices. If practiced, the reader will know an inner and outer transformation that is both miraculous and true.‘
Jean Houston, Philsopher and co-founder of the Human Potential Movement
‘Chloe Goodchild’s subtle voicework opens the heart. She is a spectacular genius of this teaching art. She is at the core of a fascinating phenomenon that is allowing individuals to find their truth and freedom through the creative process of voice and sound”
Coleman Barks, American poet and author of Rumi: Soul Fury