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Me and my Tics

An interactive workbook

Me & My Tics Frontcover. An interactive educational guide to help you understand your tic disorder and live with confidence. drawing of two people one with a backpac and a bow in their hair and one with a lanyard, headphones and a backpack


"I absolutely love this. There should be one for every condition!"


"It’s so important that children with tics understand what’s happening to them, so I think this is an amazing resource"


"I thoroughly enjoyed reading this as it kept me engaged and I think it’s very needed as it can help ticcers in the early days of diagnosis, process their condition"


"Very well presented and 

layed out. Attractive to children and teens" 


An interactive educational guide, to help you understand your tic disorder and to live with confidence.


A tic is a sudden movement or sound that happens automatically. Tics happen because our brain breaks don't always work in the moment causing signals to be sent to our muscles  resulting in involuntary movements and sounds

There are many different types of tics, and they all fit into one of three categories. The tics that cause sounds are called vocal tics. The tics that cause movements are called motor tics. There are also cognitive/mind tics, were you might have thoughts or images in your mind..

This 100 page workbook has been designed as a fun way to improve/check your knowledge of tics and Tourette's, it includes activities and strategies and can be done in one go or as and when you wish.

This workbook has been designed for tweens and teens but is useful for all.

This workbook is for you to learn, explore and, embrace your tics.

Topics Covered:

What are tics?, Examples of tics. Mental tics / Pain and tics, Different tic conditions. Premonitory urges, Tic cycles, Why do tics change?, Common co-occurring conditions. Understanding and exploring environmental factors and tic frequency, Triggers and reinforcers, Emotions and feelings, Coping with others, questions, and stares.




What tics do you have?

Challenge time.

Tic and Tourette’s crossword.

Routines and predictability.

Emotions and feelings

Rating and exploring your triggers.

Coping with others, questions, and stares.

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