Potty training kids sometimes requires some extra help
Our children are not small adults
Potty accidents and bedwetting in young children don't have the same root causes as adult incontinence issues. Therefore, we need to approach them differently.
Parents need a safe place to be heard, to be resourced, and to gain clarity.
Our children look to us as parents to lead the way through this transition. They rely on us to create a safe environment for learning new skills and troubleshooting any issues that arise. Their potty training experiences form a lasting imprint on their pelvic health.
Here are some of the ways I help families
When parents understand what is happening and why, they are better able to advocate for their child.
Support pelvic health
Early identification and treatment of issues as they arise improves potty training outcomes.
Make a plan
Your child is unique, their potty training plan should be too. No one size fits all solutions.
The support you are seeking is here
The support and skillset I offer to families goes beyond standard potty training coaching.
Hi, I'm Jaime. I am a wife and mother to three, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy. I specialize in holistic pelvic health for women and children. I have over a decade of experience in the field. I live in Carlsbad, CA with my family, our two pandemic pups, and our flock of backyard chickens.
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