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Dr. Shannon Bennett, a Director at the TAA Center of Excellence at Weill Cornell in Manhattan, sits down to discuss her research and experiences in the field of Tourette Syndrome. Dr. Shannon Bennett discusses his introduction to Tourette Syndrome through her work on the co- occurring conditions of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and anxiety. She explains how she became passionate about her work through meeting members of the Tourette community and shares an experience she had using CBIT with a patient. Dr. Shannon Bennett concludes by speaking of the exciting advancements occurring in neuroscience, genetics, and technology.   "I train other young people, psychiatrists, and psychologists, and I emphasize how rewarding this work is."  -Dr. Shannon Bennett 
Two Professors of Psychology, Dr. Doug Woods and Dr. Michael Himle, sit down to discuss their research on Tourette Syndrome. Dr. Doug Woods is a Professor of Psychology at Marquette University. Dr. Doug Woods discusses his over 20 years of research on Tourette Syndrome, focusing on CBIT, and the advancements and initial reactions to his studies. He also recalls his fondest memory at the World Congress in London where individuals from across the world joined together to discuss Tourette Syndrome. Similarly, Dr. Michael Himle, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Utah, offers his experiences through his research of Tourette Syndrome and his memory of a young ambassador's assisting in one of his talks on Tourette Syndrome. "All of these advances that we are finding scientifically will ultimately help us develop new drug and non drug treatments." -Dr. Douglas Woods
Two young adults, Hayley Gripp and Eric McGowan, sit down to speak about their lives living with Tourette Syndrome. Hayley Gripp discusses her diagnosis experience, co- occurring conditions, CBIT, and how she manages her symptoms by creating a more positive environment through education. Similarly, Eric McGowan discusses how he addresses his symptoms with others through honesty about his diagnosis. The young adults bond over managing their symptoms through doing what they love, music and cooking.  "There are days I hate my diagnosis and days where I think I wouldn't trade it for the world." -Hayley Gripp