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Tic Management 101 for Parents: Webinar

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  • Tic Management 101 for Parents: Webinar

    Tic Management 101 For Parents: Based on a CBIT Perspective
    Tourette Syndrome Association (U.S.)
    From email notification August 22, 2014

    Thanks to the TSA, this live webinar was presented on August 14, 2014 joined by 158 different sites from across the U.S.

    The webinar is now available for viewing free of charge on the TSA website HERE.

    Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT) is an evidence-based type of behavioral therapy for people with tic disorders. CBIT is highly structured and taught by skilled and trained therapists.

    This webinar will provide a basic overview of CBIT and describe ways parents can encourage and praise independent growth and development based upon CBIT training.

    Presented by Douglas W. Woods, Ph.D., Co-Chair of the TSA Medical Advisory Board and Professor & Department Head, Department of Psychology Texas A&M University, this webinar is another example of the excellent resources developed through the Tourette Syndrome Association-CDC Public Health Education and Outreach Partnership.

    View Webinar Presentation (audio & slides) (Full screen button located on bottom right of webinar player)

    Handout slides that accompany this presentation attached for download / viewing / printing
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