Our expert says:
Its probably worthwhile for him to be seen and assessed by a child psychologist to assess the tics ; some are fairly brief, don't indicate any other problems, and will face ; others become a longer-lasting habit. Many can be helped by fairly simple treatment.
And as JLee so valuably points out, where a child likes himself and is comfortable with himself, others usually accept things like tics, and they can become or surprisingly little significance.
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