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Life's A Twitch! Celebrating 15 years.
1998 - 2013
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McKinlay, D. (1998, January).  Let's talk strategies!  Parent support.  Symposium conducted for the Lutherwood Parent Support Group, Waterloo, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, February).  Life's a real twitch:  growing up with Tourette's syndrome. Symposium conducted for the TSFC, Hamilton Chapter, Hamilton, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, February).  Generalized disinhibition disorder and the gts gene:  new insights into Tourette's syndrome and associated disorders.  Guest lecture conducted at McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, February).  What makes me tic.  Symposium conducted for a Waterloo County Board of Education Teaching Assistants Conference, Waterloo,  Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, March).  Issues when dealing with ADHD and other disorders:  the power of attitude.  Symposium conducted for the Lutherwood foster treatment home team, Waterloo, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, March).  What makes me tic.  Symposium conducted for Grand River Hospital, Kitchener, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, March).  Let's talk strategies!  Symposium conducted for Central Park Public School Parent Support Group, Dundas, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, March).  Living in disorder:  survival tips for teens.  Symposium conducted for the Wilmot Township Parent Support and Advisory Group for Children With Special Needs, New Hamburg, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, March).  Disinhibition disorders:  a model for understanding Tourette's syndrome and associated conditions.  Guest lecture conducted for Child Psychopathology at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, April).  Current research in Tourette's syndrome.  Symposium conducted at Brantford General Hospital, Brantford, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, April).  Living in disorder, or if life hands you lemons, make lemonade....Symposium conducted for the Lutherwood Parent Advisory Group, staff, and general public, Waterloo, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, April).  What makes me tic.  Symposium conducted for the Dufferin-Peel  Roman Catholic Separate School Board Psychology Department, Mississauga, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, May).  Reasons for the rage, anxiety analysis, and discussions of depression.  Symposium conducted for the Wilmot Township Parent Support and Advisory Group for Children With Special Needs, New Hamburg, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, May).  Adults with TS: a workshop.  Symposium conducted for the TSFC conference "Tourette Syndrome 'New Directions'", Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, June).  Tourette syndrome and the Law.  Symposium conducted for the TSFC, Brantford chapter, Brantford, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, September). Increasing teacher awareness of Tourette's syndrome.  Symposium conducted for Charlton Hall, Hamilton, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, September). Why I'm glad that I have Tourette's syndrome.  Symposium conducted for the TSFC, Toronto chapter, Toronto, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, September). Increasing teacher awareness of Tourette's syndrome.  Symposium conducted for Drayton Senior Public School, Drayton, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, October). Life's a real twitch: growing up with Tourette's syndrome. Symposium conducted for the TSFC, Hamilton Chapter, Hamilton, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, October). Increasing teacher awareness of Tourette's syndrome. Symposium conducted for Waterloo-Oxford Secondary School, Baden, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, October). Living with Tourette's syndrome.  Symposium conducted for the Manitoba Society for Tourette's Syndrome (MSTS), Winnipeg, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, November). Increasing teacher awareness of Tourette's syndrome.  Symposium conducted for Highbush Public School, Pickering, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, November). Increasing teacher awareness of Tourette's syndrome.  Symposium conducted for St. Joseph Separate School, Cambridge, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, November). Children understanding TS in children.  Symposium conducted at Sunnyside P.S., Kitchener, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, November). Children understanding TS in children.  Symposium conducted at St. Joseph Separate School, Cambridge, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, December). Dealing with disorder: strategies for rage and low self-esteem. Symposium conducted at Charlton Hall, Hamilton, Canada.

McKinlay, D. (1998, December). Dealing with disorder: strategies for being teased. Symposium conducted at Waterloo-Oxford Secondary School, Baden, Canada.

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