NJCTS Announces Program of MasterMinds Webinars for Fall 2023

NJCTS has announced their next four MasterMinds webinars featuring topics of interest for parents, medical professionals, teachers and more.  

September 20: Creating Habits That Stick with Jilian DeTiberis, M.A., BCBA, Clinical Director for Graham Behavioral Services. Uncover the powerful strategies of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to unleash positive behaviors and maximize personal growth.

October 24:  Parenting Skills for The Mental Health Aspects of Tourette’s with Eric Deibler, M.S.Ed., Psy.D., Director of Psychoeducational Services of the Center for Emotional Health of Greater Philadelphia, Taylor Wilmer, Ph.D., InStride Clinical Director and Lindsay Henderson, Clinical Child Psychologist & Clinical Director of Fort Health. Join us for a dynamic and engaging roundtable discussion where leading experts in mental health and Tourette Syndrome come together to guide you through the often-complex landscape of co-occurring conditions.

November 16: Letting Go of Your Hair with Anna Urbaniak, PsyD, Stress & Anxiety Services of NJ. Dive into the world of Body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) and unravel the enigma of Trichotillomania.

December 6: Journey to Tic Relief with Meir Flancbaum, PsyD, Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Discover how Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT) can empower your child’s journey towards effective tic management and improved quality of life.

NJCTS’ free Wednesday Webinar series has been renamed into NJCTS MasterMinds, which are premier, online educational webinars conducted by professionals working in the field. New name but same great resource for educators, heath care professionals, and parents alike.

To sign up for a webinar, or browse an archive of past webinars, visit njcts.org/webinars. A professional development certificate or a certificate of attendance for attending any of these live webinars is available for educators at a nominal fee.

NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders, the nation’s first Center of Excellence for Tourette Syndrome, is a not-for-profit organization committed to the advocacy of children and families with Tourette Syndrome and its associated disorders. Dedicated to delivering high quality services to these individuals, the Center recognizes the importance of educating the public, medical professionals, and teachers about the disorder through programs and affiliations with schools, health centers, and universities.