Child Psychology

Child Psychology
Dr Natalie Loong

Play Therapy – Much More Than Just Play!

Since the birth of her sister a few years ago, 6-year-old Jean* had been experiencing daytime and night time wetting almost daily, despite having been successfully toilet trained in the past. After consulting a physician to rule out medical causes and trying bedwetting alarms to no avail, Jean’s parents brought her to see me. I

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