Welcome to Dry Time Kids
About Children's Bedwetting
Bedwetting is a very common childhood condition which causes a great deal of stress in the family.
For parents, it can be a difficult and complex problem to manage.
One in ten children between the ages of six and eight will wet the bed regularly.
Bedwetting is most commonly caused by:
Not waking up in response to a full bladder.
The production of more urine at night than the bladder can store.
A family history of bedwetting.
Beyond five years of age, bedwetting is a diagnosable condition called Enuresis.
The Dry Time Kids program provides an evidence-based treatment with an experienced child psychologist.
Using the practitioner-assisted approach, which incorporates the use of regular support and a bed wetting alarm, has been shown to work for 77% of children. Psychologist clinics such as Dry Time Kids reach higher rates of success with one on one support from a child psychologist. Recent research demonstrates a success rate of 92% achieved when the practitioners were psychologists.
Medicare rebates also apply, reducing your out of pocket expenses significantly.
Check your private health insurance policy to see if you can save even more.
The Dry Time Kids program can work for any child. It is drug-free, non-invasive and confidence-building.
We cure bed-wetters for the long term using the fastest, most sensitive and latest techniques...Guaranteed.
Educational and Developmental Psychologist
Maria is an Educational and Developmental Psychologist providing treatment of enuresis (bedwetting) in children. Maria implements a behavioural approach to treating Dry Time Kids clients by offering your child the practitioner assisted bell and pad treatment program. Maria also incorporates elements of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), solution focused brief therapy and motivational interviewing to ensure your child is given the best chance of overcoming this condition. Maria loves working with kids and has over ten years experience working with children, young people and families in schools.