Having had various therapies myself, I can save you the bother and expense of going through any more. Your next, and only step forward is to get yourself on a workshop. I did, and i've stepped forward in more ways that I could have imagined.
I just put a post on Joe's thread with respect to seeing a psychotherapist, my first session being last week. My opinion on therapists is that they can help with the psychological issues in your life and, providing you can form that therapist - patient relationship (trust) they can help wonders. However, the peeing has a physical presence attached to it so, therefore, it is practice you need, gradual practice, which comes with gradual exposure. Where do you get this kind of therapy? At a workshop!
If there is proof that these workshops work, it is written amongst the many threads on this site, it is amongst the people who are able to walk in to a public place without feeling anixious/ as anxious as they used to do when that feeling of needing a pee entered their brain.
I used to have a panic attack if I got the slightest of twinges, now I know it's not htat important. It's just your brain saying ' you've got wee!!'. How you handle those initial thoughts will change once you've been on a workshop.
Hope you can make it to one, it will be the best thing you've ever done. In addition, you'll get to meet some great people!!
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