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Coping With The Mental Health Aspects of Tourette's in Children

Earlier this month, Tayler Wilmer, PhD, ABPP, our Clinical Director, joined other leading pediatric mental health experts in a special 60 minute webinar focused on:

  1. Understand the mental health challenges that often accompany Tourette’s

  2. How to spot the signs of ADHD, anxiety, ODD, and OCD in kids with Tourette’s

  3. How to help children cope with these challenges

  4. When and how to find qualified help


Our Partners:


Child Mind Institute is the leading independent pediatric mental health non-profit dedicated to transforming the lives of children struggling with mental health disorders. The Child Mind Institute is a partner in building Fort Health and has designed a proprietary clinical training program for Fort Health clinicians.

Fort Health partners with pediatricians and schools to provide evidence-based therapy and psychiatry for mild to moderate anxiety, depression, ADHD and other common emotional and behavioral disorders.

NJCTS provides answers for these individuals and their families through referrals to programs and services, education and training so that families, peers and professionals will be better qualified to help those with Tourette Syndrome, and support of research programs so that we can find better treatments and a cure.

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