DryKids

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The natural end to bed wetting

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Coach Peter

The DryKids method  to end bed wetting is faster, easier and actually fun. Our program combines a Zoom  ‘teaching and training’ session with a special bed wetting alarm, changes in diet, bedtime routine, education, training and motivation to get a dry bed in four to twelve weeks. Whatever the causes – deep sleep, food issues, ADHD, small bladder –  DryKids is more than a bed wetting alarm, it’s a complete program with a solution for every situation. See ‘experts’ below to learn more about behavioural modification.

Coaching is available by Zoom in Canada, USA, UK, NZ and Australia

How it works:  Click Here to see how to get started, step by step

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Who are the real experts?

“Peter is amazing!!!! He had my son stop wetting the bed in 2 months. Hewas 9. My doctor said it was normal and I listened to her. I wish I had looked into this sooner. I would have started him at age 5.
So if your doctor says it’s normal, well it is, but it doesn’t help the self esteem. If your child is wetting the bed, don’t wait until they are older like I did.” My son was dry in 2 months.”  Michelle on our FB page

No child should have to suffer with day or night wetting if a few suggestions will make all the difference. In some cases children have a simple cause that’s obvious to me, so I’m always ready to do a free phone or Messenger call.

David

Listen to a testimonial by:

David in New York City

And the Experts explain why our Coaching works so well:

Sara Dimerman, Psychologist in Vaughan Ontario

“If your child is still bedwetting beyond the age of six, you may have explored options such as the urine alarm system or medication as a way of helping him stop. However, most literature supports an approach that includes some behaviour modification – either on its own or in conjunction with other methods. Teaching a child new skills and techniques that support his staying dry, along with employing other interventions, often has longer lasting effects than when only one approach is employed at a time..”

Boston Children’s Hospital Team

“The cause of the enuresis is generally not pathological and can be treated with behavioral therapy.” Success rates can be as high as 90 percent when alarm training is combined with behavioural modification, elimination diet, and most cases resolve within two months….    Kimberly Dunn, PNP, Laura Weissman, MD, and Sherry Tsai, CPNP, of BOSTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Coach Peter in the Press

Chatelaine Magazine

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Chatelaine’s “SweetMama” May 2012
Grise swiftly identifies behaviour and environmental snafus, while taking the pressure off the child. After discussing a program, parents decide whether to go it alone or to have him follow up over several months. With an improvement usually seen in the first week, we figure the money spent is money saved…

Today’s Parent Magazine

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When your kid wakes up with wet sheets, it can leave him feeling embarrassed and uncomfortable, and leave you sleepless, stressed and buried in laundry. Many parents try restricting wter or waking their kids during the night, but the problem only persists …. We called in the experts to teach us their simple but not-so-obvious strategies to eliminate bedwetting. Dr. Lane Robson and DryKids’ Peter Grise…….

DryKids Informational Blog

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