Coping With Misophonia: Regulate Reason Reassure (RRR) Class For Adults & Clinicians
Learning materials will be shared by January 10th, 2022.
This class provides an accessible way to learn the basics of coping with misophonia and is a comprehensive coping skills approach designed for adults and clinicians to use in therapy, or on their own.
We do not sell individual classes. This class is only available as a complete package as all 3 classes are connected. If you cannot attend a session live, there will be video provided that you can watch at your leisure. Videos will also be available to review after attendance.
This class is helpful for adults with misophonia (age 18+) as well as clinicians who work with adults who have misophonia. A general explanation of the science and misophonia will be provided at the beginning, as well as a primer on which clinicians can help misophonia and how. After this initial introduction to misophonia and the neurosystem, the Regulate, Reason, Reassure coping skills will be introduced. RRR was developed by Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout in response to her own, and her daughter’s misophonia. This is not a treatment, but it is a coping skills approach that can help misophonics learn to manage and regulate their misophonia.
- Tuesday January 18th, 2022, 7:00 PM: Introduction, Defining Misophonia, and Who Can Help You
- Thursday 20th, 2022, 7:00 PM: Understanding Your Body, Applying RRR
- Tuesday January 25th, 2022, 7:00PM Weaving the 3 Rs Together, Family/Relationship Dynamics, and Conclusion
Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout is the Director of the International Misophonia Research Network). She is a New York State Certified School Psychologist, a Connecticut Professional Licensed Counselor, and holds a Doctorate in School/Clinical-Child Psychology. Disappointed by her own experiences with the state of the field when seeking help for her own child in 1999, Dr. Brout began efforts to establish better research practice, improved diagnosis, and innovative clinical practice related to auditory over-responsivity. Dr. Brout has been at the forefront of research in this area for over 18 years, having established the Sensation and Emotion Network (SENetwork) in 2007, along with Sensory Processing and Emotion Regulation Program at Duke University in 2008 (now the Misophonia and Emotion Regulation Program. She graduated from New York University, Columbia University, and Ferkauf School of Psychology (at Albert Einstein School of Medicine) respectively. She is also the mother of adult triplets, and is a Misophonia sufferer herself.