The NJCTS Tourette Syndrome Program at Rutgers University: A Model Resource for the TS Community

Presenter:  Shawn Ewbank, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slide presentation here Download this webinar » Dr. Ewbank, clinic director, explained how the NJCTS Tourette Syndrome (TS) Clinic works and the services it provides from counseling to research to training of doctoral students.  Dr. Ewbank went more in depth on the

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NJCTS Wednesday Webinar series continues 10/16 with “Cyber Safety Guide for Parents & Educators” & 10/30 with “The TS Program at Rutgers University”

Children and adolescents growing up today live in a cyber world consisting of instant everything, easy communication, handheld technology, widespread accessibility and often little adult oversight. This cyber world is also a risky place filled with bullying, harassment, intimidation, masking identity and sexting. A New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome

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First Congressional Tourette Syndrome Caucus a success for entire nationwide TS community

Bi-partisan effort spearheaded by the Tourette Syndrome Association featured the support of 13 Representatives and focused on knowledge, awareness, education and research. WASHINGTON, D.C. – Scores of families, legislators, nonprofit groups and government organizations showed up en masse September 17 for the first Bi-partisan Congressional Tourette Syndrome Caucus at the

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