Tourette's Syndrome consists of a variety of involuntary movements. Coaching your body and mind to cooperate in such a way that these involuntary movements become conscious allows you to control your outward actions completely.
Building a foundation of trust.
When I receive a call from someone needing help my first goal is to determine what issue they are experiencing and if they need my help, the help of someone else, or any help at all. I have built a reputation on the foundation that people can trust me to do the right thing. Many times, I will tell people that come to me that they would be better off working with a conventional therapist.
I want to make a difference in the lives of the people I work with which is why I am highly selective when choosing my clients struggling with Tourette's.
חֲנֹ֣ךְ לַ֭נַּעַר עַל־פִּ֣י דַרְכּ֑וֹ גַּ֥ם כִּי־יַ֝זְקִ֗ין לֹֽא־יָס֥וּר מִמֶּֽנָּה׃
Working toward success.
Once I have determined to take on a client we will begin working together in person. With Tourette's, every case is different. During the first session, we spend a minimum of 3-hours together. By the end of this first session, my goal is to sift through many of your life experiences and diagnose the core issue causing the involuntary movements.
My desire is to see you leave my office on the first day showing some control over your involuntary movements. However, flexibility in this process is essential because each individual person suffering from Tourette's is different.