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Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics or CBIT

CBIT is a powerful behavioural technique supported by research-based evidence demonstrating its ability to reduce tic severity. That a behavioural treatment helps reduce tic severity is a step forward and reflects modern understanding of how the brain can be shaped, using brain plasticity, by the environment.

Please read more and you may also refer to a list of Canadian CBIT trained practitioners here.

For more extensive information and support on CBIT, please visit this page. For guidance and resources on CBIT, Tourette Syndrome and other information, please visit www.tourettesyndrome.ca. Additional resources can be found on psychology forum run by Dr. David  Baxter.