Bed wetting is more than simply an inconvenience. Those that suffer from bed wetting face many dilemma associated with this condition. Wetting the bed is often more than just a phase a child is going through. If you are the parent of a child suffering from this problem, it is up to you to get them the medical attention they require. You have to insure that their bed wetting is not going to damage their self esteem. There are many children (as well as adults) who, finding themselves in this situation, feel as though they have done something wrong, like they are being punished, or like there is something wrong with them. This can be shocking to their self-esteem and can have lifelong effects. Read more . . .
Behavioral modification, developed by B.F Skinner (1904-1990), is a psychological approach to treatment. Operant conditioning, which means “undesirable behaviors are replaced with more desirable ones through positive or negative reinforcement,” is the root of behavior modification. Positive reinforcement rewards specific behaviors. It is the more commonly used form of this treatment.
Behavior modification has been used as an effective way of treating bed wetting problems for both children and Read more . . .