The severity of Tourette's varies from person to person and can range from mild, requiring no treatment, to severe, requiring medication and/or behavioral therapy. The tics that are the hallmark of Tourette's also change over time in frequency, type, and severity, so it is possible that someone with Tourette's might need medication at some times and not ...
Current treatments for Tourette syndrome (drugs like dopamine receptor antagonists, which are the reference treatment, excepted) include:
Psychotherapy/behaviour therapy/habit training
Deep brain stimulation (for severe cases, so not really applicable here)
Transcranial magnetic stimulation
Review of the research progresses in Tourette syndrome ...