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Has your child’s healthcare provider assured you “bedwetting is normal” or your child is sure to “outgrow” accidents?


Does your doctor believe enemas are "too aggressive" or "traumatic" for children?

You won't hear that from the providers listed here!

Our database includes physicians, pelvic floor therapists, nurse practitioners and continence nurses who support the M.O.P. treatment approach. Those with the “Completed M.O.P. Course” designation are particularly knowledgeable about the protocol, having completed Level 1 and/or Level 2 of Dr. Hodges’ Zoom course, Advanced Treatment of Enuresis and Encopresis with M.O.P.

If you are a M.O.P.-friendly provider and would like to be included in our database, please contact us

Amanda Arthur-Stanley, Ph.D.

Enuresis and encopresis are not psychological conditions but can lead to anxiety, loss of self-esteem, and family conflict. Amanda Arthur-Stanley, Ph.D., is well versed in M.O.P. and offers support to children struggling with enuresis and encopresis, as well as their parents.

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