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School counselors, ask us questions.

You can ask us questions about Tourette syndrome and other tic disorders by replying to this post. If one of you has a question, you probably aren’t the only one with that question, so we will post it and an answer here so other counselors may benefit, too. If you don’t want your name to show on this page, let us know in the body of your reply, and we’ll try to quote your question rather than publishing your comment directly.

We have a lot of experience with tic disorders and school counseling, and we’ll do our best to give appropriate information. Our replies, however, are just general advice and should not be assumed to apply to every child’s or professional’s specific situation. Please don’t construe our comments as medical or educational or legal advice for any individual.

You can also give us feedback using this same form.

Post your question by replying to this post. Please note, it may be several days before we reply. To reply, please copy and paste the list below into the “Leave a reply” / “Comment” box at the bottom of this page, edit it, and click on “Post Comment.” Please note: We ask about you and your work situation because the CDC wants to know if we’re reaching a wide audience, and equitably. We will report the answers only in aggregate. However, you may choose to reply “prefer not to disclose” to any of these questions.

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  • What age students do you work with?
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  • County you work in
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