This is an on-demand online workshop.
Upon registering, you will receive an email with a personalized link that will grant you immediate access to the workshop.
In this workshop, I'll teach you all of my secrets to potty training success. You'll learn how to tell your child is ready to start potty training, and all my best pediatrician-developed tips and tricks for making it a smooth transition for you and your little one.
Most parents see results rather quickly and find their child takes to potty training very well. This is because they learn how to tell when the child is ready to begin the process, which tends to yield much quicker, less stressful results.
Potty training typically occurs between 18-36 months of age, but that varies quite a bit from family to family.
Whether your child is of potty training age, or you'd like to get a heads up on how to do it once the time comes, this workshop is perfect for you.
My name is Dr. Phil Boucher. I'm a board-certified pediatrician, father of five little ones, and I have a confession: I'm a lazy potty trainer.
Tons of parents come into my office begging for advice on how to get their 18-month olds potty trained and I have no idea why.
Personally, I just don't have the patience to constantly ask a two-year-old, "Do you have to potty?" "Is it time to go to the potty?" "Make sure you go potty now or you won't be able to go for a while." Like I said, I'm a lazy potty trainer.
What it really comes down to is that I've found that no matter how hard parents try, it's way too stressful to potty train a child when neither the parents, nor the child, are quite ready. As a physician and a father, I've learned quick success comes down to a matter of timing, then technique.
If you're a low-key parent like me, you'll love my 100% pediatrician-approved, stress-free potty training techniques for lazy potty trainers.