TOURETTE TALK: An Overview of Comprehensive Behavior Intervention for Tics (CBIT) for the treatment of Tourette Syndrome and Tics
Facilitated by Meir Flancbaum, PsyD *The Family Support Groups are now called “Tourette Talk” – an informational series for parents, educators and individuals with TS For decades, the treatment of choice for managing tic disorders, including TS, has been medication. While medications can be effective, many individuals prefer to avoid
Presented by Dr. Graham Hartke ## This webinar will provide an overview of Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT), a structured evidenced-based non-medical intervention for tics based on cognitive behavioral therapy. CBIT helps individuals of all ages learn tic management strategies and reduce tic symptoms. There will also be a
Wednesday Webinar: Non-Medical Treatment of Tics: An Overview of CBIT and the Rutgers Tourette Syndrome Clinic
Presented by Graham Hartke, PsyD
This webinar will focus on both the pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment approaches to bothersome tics, including painful tics. This will include an evidence-based review of Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention For Tics (CBIT), medications (Guanfacine, Topamax, dopamine antagonists), and considerations for botulinum toxin injections for specific tics.
Program was designed to provide increased education, support, and treatment options to families affected by TS in New Jersey.
Frequently Asked Questions about the NJCTS and NYU Langone Collaboration Who are NYU Langone? The Child Study Center of Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone Health is a major component of the recently established Center of Excellence at NYU Langone Health and the NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Established 25