5 - Patient Teaching: how to educate the child and parents in an effective way - Patient: how to recognize and address the child’s/parents’ concern. Which questions are helpful in clinical reasoning and making the correct diagnosis? - Behavioural problems in children with incontinence. - How to formulate – a treatment plan based on current best evidence, professional knowledge and the value(s) and preferences of the child and its environment - What are the urotherapeutic elements, and how to use therapeutic tools depending on the (sub)diagnosis; flowmetry, bladder diary, biofeedback, pelvic floor training, - How is cognitive-behavioural psychotherapy embedded in the treatment plan? - The behavioural therapeutic techniques: what are the pitfalls and success in treatment, how do you motivate and support the child. - If the treatment is not successful, what are the most obvious causes and what the next steps are. - The role of the Urotherapist.