Dr. Ricketts will discuss her research studies evaluating circadian rhythms and short-wavelength morning light therapy in children and adults with Tourette’s disorder. She will discuss the association between circadian timing and Tourette’s disorder, and the extent to which wearable, short-wavelength morning light therapy is associated with advances in circadian timing and improvements in tic severity, cooccurring psychiatric symptoms, and daytime functioning. Dr. Ricketts will also discuss the implications of this research for providing a non-pharmacological intervention for Tourette’s disorder.
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