News and Updates

Now recruiting interested participants for the T-Force Gold Tourette Syndrome Study in ages 6-17

Wednesday, January 24, 2018


We invite boys and girls aged 6 to 17 who have Tourette syndrome to see if they may qualify for the T-Force Gold Study. The primary purpose of this research study is to determine the effectiveness, safety, and tolerability of an investigational medication for Tourette syndrome. Each child who qualifies will receive study medication, study-related medical exams, and study-related laboratory tests at no cost. 

Compensation for time and travel may be available. 

To learn more, and to see if your child may qualify, visit TForceGoldStudy.com or contact our Clinical Research Coordinator! Also, check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgJP5uzDj2I

Brooke Grubb

Clinical Research Coordinator

Neurobehavioral Medicine Group

Clinical Trials Division

Office: 248.290.5400

Fax: 248.290.5401

Brookeg@neurobmg.com


ADHD in Children, New Research Study

Wednesday, January 24, 2018


Learn more about a new clinical research study and see if your [4 or 5] [4 to 12] year old may be eligible.

ADHDKidsStudy.com


Weekly Coping Skills Group for Adolescents and Teens

Wednesday, February 21, 2018



Weekly Coping Skills Group for Adolescents and Teens


-  Increase Mindfulness

-  Decrease Impulsivity

-  Regulate Emotions

-  Tolerate Stressful Events

    ~minimizing negative consequences

    ~improving self awareness and confidence 

Note:  There are many benefits of an age specific skills group. Group members share common challenges at home, school, social circles, etc. Group members hold each other accountable for skills practice in a group setting.  Most importantly, group members offer support and encouragement in a safe, structured environment.  


For more information:

Contact Dawn Roberts, MS, LLP

248- 290-5400   Extension  73


Siblings in Special Needs Families Group

Wednesday, February 21, 2018



Siblings in Special Needs Families Group



Siblings may:

- Worry about the person with special needs

- Wonder how to respond when others ask questions

- Feel a need to compete for attention from family or friends

- Feel guilt or shame (but unable or unwilling to discuss in a productive manner)

-  Desire a closer relationship with that person

For more information:

Contact Dawn Roberts, MS, LLP

248- 290-5400   Extension  73