Ginny Laver BA (Hons), MSc, NLP, Dip. THP is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner who specialises in helping children learn how to stop bedwetting naturally. She has trained with Dr Richard Bandler (co-developer of NLP), Paul McKenna and Michael Breen. In addition, Ginny studied ‘Therapeutic Hypnosis & Psychotherapy’ at Regent’s College in London, a world-renowned centre of excellence in Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy.
Prior to becoming a hypnotherapist, Ginny was an academic researcher for London University where she evaluated the effectiveness of mentor programs set up in England and Wales for children between the ages of ten and seventeen. Additionally, Ginny was also a nanny over twenty years ago and is great with kids. She is a mother of two children.
Learn how to stop bedwetting naturally
Ginny specialises in helping children to stop wetting the bed naturally. Her methods are incredibly calming, gentle, and effective. Moreover, children find her stories informative, relaxing, and confidence-building as they learn about their brain and body. Above all, she aims to provide a high level of information and support to parents whilst helping their children to become dry at night.
Ginny has the following qualifications and memberships:
- Licensed Practitioner of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)
- Diploma of Therapeutic Hypnosis & Psychotherapy (N.SHAP)
- Certified Member of the Australian Board of NLP (ABNLP)
- EFT Certificate of Completion
- Certified HypnoBirthing® Practitioner
- Certificate in Life Coaching
- Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) Practitioner
- MSc Research Methods in Social Science
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My daughter was wetting the bed every night, even through the nappy and without fail! Therefore, I decided to create a recording for her that contained aspects of her bedtime routine and her favourite activity. In addition, these were interwoven with suggestions, metaphors, information, and the confidence-building techniques necessary to create dry nights.
After the first night, she said, “It didn’t work, Mummy,” with some sadness. I reassured her that we all learn things in our own time and sometimes it can take the brain and bladder a while to learn a new way of doing things. The next night, and from then on, she was dry.
It was wonderful for her as she could confidently have sleepovers and didn’t have to wake up every night to a wet bed. Of course, I was delighted as I was quite fed up with washing sheets and getting up in the night. Moreover, I had embarked on a new way of doing things myself and so Stay Dry at Night was born.