February is the month of love and most businesses use this theme when connecting with their audiences during this time of year. We wanted to stand out from the crowd and share some of our best toilet training tips to help you to fall in love with teaching your child to use the toilet. Because, I mean, really…do you know anyone that LOVES toilet training as much as we do at Behave Your Best?!?
Truth is I don’t LOVE toilet training. What I do love is the gift of knowledge I have been given about this not-so-glamorous area of child development. I love the the process by which I can share my knowledge and experience with other parents like you to set you and your child up for success! I love seeing parents empowered with the knowledge, plan, and confidence to successfully teach their child without needing additional support from us! I love seeing children proud of their new skills! I love seeing the relief parents experience when their child finally meets that goal after struggling for weeks, months, or sometimes even years before they find us. I love that teaching a child to use the toilet is really no different than teaching children to listen or fall asleep quickly at bedtime or tolerate denials. It’s all behavior. Behavior analysts are really good teachers, without the degree in education. Our subject matter is behavior. Although there is not one correct way to toilet train EVERY child, there are some key components that I recommend incorporating into most toilet training programs. Click the link below and download our Toilet Training Tip Sheet!
I teach our parent workshop, “The Ins and Outs of Toilet Training” live a few times per year in the Twin Cities, MN metro. The workshop is also available OnDemand anytime of year! The first 5 people to use this link will receive 50% off!
My best to you as you successfully teach your child to use the toilet!
Jamie Waldvogel, MS, BCBA
Founder/CEO, Behave Your Best, LLC
The material contained herein is for informational purposes only, and is not intended to create or constitute a behavioral consultation relationship between Behave Your Best, LLC and the reader. The information contained herein is not offered as behavioral consultation and should not be construed as behavioral consultation.