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Coping With Misophonia While Stuck At Home

The lockdown is continuing for many of us. Unfortunately, this can be hard for people with Misophonia. Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout shares her tips. You can also view the free 1 hour presentation:  

Misophonia and Your Brain (Ft. Dr. Michael Mannino)

Book Now When & Where December 8, 2020 (7:00 pm) – December 8, 2020 (8:30 pm)

Misophonia & Co-Occurring Disorders

Details This workshop will focus on Misophonia’s relationship with co-occurring disorders, per current research. This workshop is ideal for clinicians, educators, parents, and misophonia sufferers. The following topics will be discussed during this workshop: Autism Sensory Processing Disorder OCD Auditory Disorders Other mental illnesses Book Now When & Where October 27, 2020 (7:00 pm)…
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Duke Quarterly Research Update

Details The Duke Quarterly research update. When & Where September 25, 2020 (12:00 pm) – September 25, 2020 (1:00 pm)

Coping with Misophonia: Sensation and Emotion

Details Video links are sent 1 hour before the event to the BILLING email. Make sure your paypal email is the one you use. Book Now When & Where November 12, 2020 (7:00 pm) – November 12, 2020 (8:30 pm) Event will be on zoom.

How Can a Parent Figure Out if their Child has Misophonia?

As an individual with misophonia, a mother of an adult child with misophonia, and a coping skills counselor, I know how hard it is to find doctors who are familiar with this disorder. As many of you know, misophonia is not in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) or in the new…
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Misophonia, Misokinesia, and the Brain

In the past few years, we have experienced breakthrough research in misophonia. First, we saw Dr. Sukhbinder Kumar’s et al.’s study “The Brain Basis for Misophonia” (2017). This exciting study added compelling evidence that the brains of individuals with misophonia are different from the brains of those without the disorder. Recently, Dr. Arjan Schröder and…
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Misokinesia, or “Visual Triggers”

I’d like to first start by saying that misokinesia (hatred of movement) is a term that oversimplifies things. Research-wise, there’s not enough to go on to say whether or not visual triggers are different from misophonia. They might both be related, they could be part of SPD, or they could be two interlinked disorders. The…
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As a Psychiatrist or Psychologist How Can I Treat Misophonia?

As a psychologist or psychiatrist, you are likely to be searching for ways to help your patients, and treat misophonia. Most-often, doctors and LPCs faced with misophonic patients have never heard of the disorder before now. This can lead to assumptions and inappropriate ‘treatment’ regimes. I commend you for seeking answers for your patients! I…
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What are Misophonia Triggers?

Triggers for misophonia are unique to the individual. However, there are some that been reported by many. This does not mean one person will have all the triggers, or that they will not have other misophonia triggers. Misophonia triggers are events that set off the fight/flight/freeze portion of the brain. Since misophonia is most-likely neurological,…
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