Regulate, Reason, Reassure (RRR) is a coping-skills approach for parents to help their misophonic child cope with the everyday struggles of the disorder on their own or with the guidance of a therapist. RRR can be tailored for different aged children and adolescents. Older adolescents are often able to use RRR with greater independence.
RRR draws on principles from multiple cross-disciplinary therapies and prioritizes psychoeducation, which entails providing education and information to others to help them understand a disorder or condition. Psychoeducation in misophonia also involves assisting parents to better understand how to access help and advocate for their child.
In the case of misophonia, knowledge is power; understanding misophonia helps take the power out of the disorder.
You can find the print version of the book here: A Parent’s Guide to Misophonia: Understanding and Managing Misophonia: Regulate, Reason, Reassure: Brout, Dr. Jennifer Jo: 9781990467073: Amazon.com: Books