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Summary The nature of childhood nocturnal enuresis and its psychological treatment are briefly reviewed and the major features relevant to providing a community service are identified. A treatment system is outlined, based on criteria for inclusion, particular treatment packages, specifiable number of contacts and predetermined definitions of success. The operation of this treatment system by a small multidisciplinary team in a community clinic setting is described and data to demonstrate the running and efficacy of the service are presented.