This study highlights areas where improvements to UKservices for tics can be made.
Emphasizes the complexity of tic disorders and their impact on everyday life. The future of digital interventions may offer an exciting new avenue to increase accessibility to treatment for those with a tic disorder.
Dr Seonaid Anderson explains how educational professionals can help their students with Tourette Syndrome (TS) who have coprolalia.
The aim of this article is to generate discussion and inform practice within schools with regard to the management of functional tic-like behaviours.
Understanding parents’ attitudes towards and experiences with TS is essential when identifying recommendations for school personnel, peer educational programs and clinical pathways in New Zealand.
Tic-related pain was reported to have a significant physical and psychological impact which impacted aspects of daily living in people with tic disorders.
We review and summarize the literature relevant to distinguish the two, with recommendations to clinicians for diagnosis and management. Finally, we highlight areas for future emphasis and research.
Seonaid Anderson, Shannon Bennett, Kevin J. Black, Keith A. Coffman, Erica Greenberg, Irene A. C. Malaty, Kirsten R. Müller-Vahl, Michael S. Okun, Amy Robichaux-Viehoever and Julio Quezada
McGuire, J.F, S. M. Bennett, Conelea, C., Himle, M., Anderson, S. et al
Lorena Fernández de la Cruz PhD, Helene Ringberg MSc, Seonaid Anderson PhD, David Mataix-Cols http://doi.org/10.1002/mdc3.13177
Severity Jordan T. Stiede, Douglas W. Woods,Seonaid Anderson, Valsamma Eapen, Ella Gev, Robyn Latimer, Aud M. Bredesen Child & Family Behavior Therapy, DOI: 10.1080/07317107.2021.1940586
Created TS online directory of patient associations around the world on ESSTS website. Gives an overview of the most important services and contact details of TS Patient Associations, as well as allowing professionals to share this information with their patients and open the way to support in an accessible manner. Discover it here.
In press, expected 2022
The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Publication of British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. Vol 46: 2