I get it! Toilet training is a process and for some kids, they pick it up super quick.
But for others, they need a helping hand where steps are broken down to help them gain confidence and success.
If you are ready to help your child become independent with their toileting without the tantrums and tears, then you are going to love our VIP experience.
Work with our parenting coach, Laura Morley to get an individualised plan for your child/ren with action steps and support along the way. Laura has been working with families for 11 years to help parents motivate their kids and reduce the anxiety around this milestone. She provides practical parenting techniques that support children with an action plan and ongoing support.
This VIP experience includes:
+ 1x 45-minute online coaching session via a private meeting room
+ an assessment of your child's needs and history
+ 4 weeks of support via email after the coaching session
We'll cover the things you need help with at the stage that your child is at, which could include how to encourage them to:
1. Kick the nappy habit and motivate them to use loo
2. Catch poos on the loo
3. Reduce and eliminate accidents
4. Overcome toilet terror or stubbornness
5. Be accident-free at kindy, daycare or school
6. Reduce and eliminate bedwetting
The advice in this behavioural programme is designed to complement the medical advice you are receiving from your medical professional. If you are concerned about medical issues then seek medical advice.
Here's what other parents are saying...
"Just wanted to say thank you for your tips and wonderful ideas around approaching toilet training. My 2 year old son is pretty much toilet trained day and night after 1 week.
Knowing what signs of readiness to look for was fantastic, and he was showing all of those so I knew it was time to go"
"Toilet training my 2 year old for wees was a breeze, however number 2's was much more of an issue. I contacted Laura for a coaching session after we found my daughter was fearful and anxious about going number 2's on the potty or toilet. It was really useful having some strategies and ideas to help. Often as a Mum, you can over-analyse and let your emotions take over. Plus, not to mention all the conflicting advice you get given!! So, having the ideas and a plan, and also the reassurance from the session was most helpful." Emma, Hamilton NZ
"Laura's approach was different to the standard "make a big fuss and reward action on the potty technique which had already failed to sufficiently motivate Hattie and Joe. Instead, she recommended switching focus. I think Laura's approach worked really well both for us because it successful gave both children exactly what they needed...I can't tell you how delighted we are - and they are so proud of themselves!" Jacquelyn, mother of 3 year old twins