Parents of toddlers in diapers are often uncertain as to how to begin the toilet training process. They often ask, "At what age should I begin to toilet train my child?" "How do I know if my child is ready?" "What method should I use?" This potty training workshop is designed to help parents learn the physiological, cognitive, emotional, social and verbal signs that indicate when your child is ready to learn how to use the potty. It will address the gentle, progressive steps to take in the toilet training process, and how to deal with resistance and problems that you may encounter along the way. We will discuss the disadvantages to trying to toilet train your child too early, and how to keep pressure and power struggles out of the process so that your child will be motivated for success.
Class length: 90min.
NOTE: We cannot accommodate infants or children in this course.
Jill Campbell, Psy.D
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Santa Monica: (310) 998-1981
Hollywood: (323) 469-5300
Dr. Jill Campbell received her B.S. from Boston University, her M.A. from New York University, and her Psy.D. from Ryokan College. As an intern at The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Jill worked in their therapeutic nursery school with special-needs preschoolers. Dr. Campbell completed her post-doctoral training at Cedars Sinai Early Childhood Center in Los Angeles. Jill has worked in private practice and for a group pediatric practice in Encino. In addition, she has been a guest speaker on different child development issues for preschools and moms clubs in the Los Angeles area.