Tourette Syndrome

Education is essential to truly understanding Tourette Syndrome. You may find the following books, websites, and information helpful for you, but because they have not been especially recommended for you or your child by Dr. Goldman please do not consider them medical advice.


Suggested Reading


Books and websites for Tourette Syndrome:

  • Tic Talk: Living with Tourette Syndrome by Dylan Peters a 9-Year-Old Boy’s Story in His Own Words, from Amazon
  • Natural Treatments for Tics and Tourette’s: A Patient and Family Guide by Sheila Rogers gives great explanations on how to treat tics and Tourette syndrome using natural and alternative therapies, from nutritional therapy, behavioral and counseling therapies, EEG biofeedback, and homeopathy to bodywork, energy medicine, and Chinese medicine
  • Tourette Syndrome Plus is a great website to look at for parents with their children. With exercises for both parents and children, anyone can learn what daily life is like for someone living with Tourette Syndrome.


Most of these books are available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble or at The Special Needs Project websites or call the Special Needs Project at (800) 333-6867.

Support Groups

Emotional and social support is often healing.  I recommend that you consider going to local support groups or joining an online group such as: