Meet Our Staff
Family Owned and Operated
Barbara Moore, Founder & CEO
In 1975, Barbara, who researched and developed our highly effective method for treating bedwetting, successfully treated her own daughter’s bedwetting. She is committed to providing her knowledge, patience, and support to families while overseeing all aspects of our program. Barbara has been interviewed for TV and radio programs around the country, and she continues to be sought out as an expert in the industry.
Michael Stallsmith, M.A., Sp.A., President
Michael is a school psychologist, and works with the medical community and school systems educating them about bedwetting and its relationship to the deep sleep disorder. Michael has been on staff at the Bedwetting Treatment Center since 1982, and he specializes in treatment for teenage and adult males. A very sensitive person himself, Michael uses his wonderful sense of humor in his treatment approach.
Gaile Nixon, Director of Patient Care
As the very first patient, Gaile knows firsthand what it’s like to be a bedwetter, and the sensitivity that goes along with it. This makes her the perfect person to oversee patient care, and to ensure all patients’ needs are being met. Gaile also conducts most of the consultations with first time callers, and loves to offer hope to people.
Claudia Minvielle, Director of Treatment
Claudia is our Director of Treatment and oversees all of our Bedwetting Treatment Counselors. She has worked in the medical field for many years, and communicates in English as well as Spanish. She has been on staff with us since 2007. Claudia has a dual role with the Bedwetting Treatment Center. She also serves as a top Bedwetting Treatment Counselor, and many of her patients are from Spanish-speaking countries. Claudia is kind and caring, and understands the enormous impact that bedwetting can have on self-esteem.
Jasmine Henson, Assistant Director of Treatment
As a former teacher and director of an early childhood development center, Jasmine brings to us her expertise in working closely with children and their families. She is a Bedwetting Treatment Counselor and Assistant Director of Treatment with an incredible gift to connect emotionally with her patients and parents. She’s especially inspired to be on our staff because of her 11 year-old daughter’s experience with a sleep disorder, and can relate to parents whose children struggle with this as well.
Lyle Danuloff, Ph.D., Consulting Psychologist
Dr. Danuloff is a Fully Licensed Clinical Psychologist and has been in practice since the early 1970′s. He has been consulting with BTC since 1984. Dr. Danuloff has intimate clinical knowledge of a bedwetter’s emotional and psychological challenges.
Bedwetting Treatment Counselors
Each of our Bedwetting Treatment Counselors participates in extensive training comprised of well-researched learning and procedures which have been supplemented by our own carefully designed techniques. Each Bedwetting Treatment Counselor is supervised by our Director of Treatment. Staff meetings are conducted monthly to review each patient’s progress and make sure everybody is on track.
Parents work closely with the same Bedwetting Treatment Counselor, and are guided step-by-step through all phases of treatment. Using our proven methods, the patient will permanently stop wetting the bed and benefit from a new, healthy, productive sleep pattern every night for the rest of their lives. It’s a very rewarding partnership.
Laura Arquette, M.A.
As a former child bedwetter, Laura is especially compassionate to a familyʼs needs. Her son was also a patient at our enuresis clinic, which inspired her to join our staff. Laura has a background in special education, which allows her to work seamlessly with issues relating to ADD and ADHD.
Susan Kurnat, R.N., B.S.N.
Formerly a pediatric nurse for 20 years, Sue cared for infants through young adults. While working at hospitals, Sue realized how much she enjoyed the teaching aspect of nursing and the opportunity to work with a child and their family. At BTC, she continues to make the kind of differences she most appreciates.
Lorie Pivetz, R.N., B.S.N.
Lorie is a practicing nurse in a major hospital. Most of Lorieʼs 30 years of nursing experience has been in maternity, caring for moms with high-risk pregnancies and newborns. The Bedwetting Treatment Center is an ideal environment wherein she demonstrates her skills and experience to help guide families through the program. She also has a personal interest in helping families, as one of her own sons suffered with bedwetting.
Theresa Ray, R.N., B.S.N.
Theresa has practiced in major hospitals in the Medical-Surgical field for more than 20 years. She enjoys the teaching aspect of her job, which led her to the Bedwetting Treatment Center. Theresa finds it very rewarding to help families through this difficult time. She enjoys being able to see the outcome of her guidance and teaching.
Mary Anne Rice, R.N.
Formerly a nurse in a busy pediatric practice, Mary Anne counseled parents in areas of illness and normal growth and development. She understands the frustrations of families trying to stop bedwetting through prescription drugs, or who are told that their child will outgrow it. She has been part of BTC’s staff since 1999.