Treatments & Services

The Tic Disorders Clinic & Research Unit at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School is one of only a few clinics in the United States specializing in the treatment and research of Tourette Syndrome (TS) and related tic disorders.

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Tic Disorders
Clinic & Research Unit

The MGH Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Clinic & Research Unit provides state-of-the-art outpatient care for people with Tourette Syndrome (TS) and chronic tic disorder. We offer both cognitive-behavioral therapy (i.e., Habit Reversal Therapy [HRT]) and medication treatment. We also provide one-time consultations, evaluations, and follow-up care. Treatment delivered in the context of research studies is usually provided at no cost to our patients.

 

Clinic and Treatment Programs
Our program offers both cognitive-behavioral therapy and pharmacotherapy for the treatment of TS and chronic tic disorder. We also provide one-time consultations, evaluations, and follow-up care. Treatment delivered in the context of research studies is usually provided at no cost to our patients. For more information about our clinic and the treatments we provide, please call us at 617-726-6766 or visit our clinical services website. For more information about our current research studies, please visit our research studies website.

Contact Information

Tic Disorders Clinic & Research Unit
Simches Research Building
Massachusetts General Hospital
185 Cambridge St.
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: 617-726-6766

Maps & directions

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About TIC disorders
What is a Tic? How should I know if I have one? Read through our FAQs (frequently asked questions) to get more information

Research Studies
The Research Unit is currently investigating new treatments for TS and related tic disorders. Find out if you're eligible to participate in a study,

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