January 28th: Workshop, “How Misophonia Relates To Other Disorders”
This workshop will discuss how misophonia relates to other disorders, including: OCD, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Other Auditory and Mental Disorders.
Time: 7:00 PM EST
Date: January 28th, 2020
Location: Online Via Zoom
This workshop will discuss how misophonia relates to other disorders, including: OCD, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Other Auditory, physiological, and Mental Disorders. The purpose of this workshop is to discuss co-occuring disorders with misophonia, as well as provide a general overview on misophonia research and future research directions.
This workshop is an ideal introduction to misophonia for clinicians, parents, misophonia sufferers, or educators. It will be roughly 1.5 hours long and feature Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout of the IMRN. The final 30 minutes of the workshop will be dedicated to Q&A.
This workshop is available for gift purchases. Please select “gift purchase” at checkout and then add their email to the gift email field. This is important, as you will be emailed instead of them if not provided.
Emails for joining the workshop will be sent out the day of to the paypal email on file.
This workshop will feature:
- A discussion of What Misophonia Is
- Recent and Relevant Misophonia Research
- A discussion of Co-Occuring Disorders (such as depression, anxiety, OCD, auditory processing disorder, autism, and sensory processing disorder)
- A Questions and Answers section
Featuring Special Guest Jenna Pellicori-Curry
Jenna M Pellicori-Curry, Au.D., CCC-A, received her Bachelor’s Degree from James Madison University, and her Doctoratal degree from Salus University (with a concentration in Biomedical Sciences). Dr. Pellicori graduated as valedictorian and currently serves as the lead audiologist at Nemours/Alfred I DuPont Hospital for Children’s New Jersey satellite locations. Dr. Pellicori is licensed to practice audiology in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, and she holds a hearing aid dispensing license for the state of New Jersey. She maintains her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Dr. Pellicori’s main interests include pediatric diagnostics and intervention, central auditory processing disorders, newborn hearing screens, amplification, and auditory brainstem response evaluations. Dr. Pellicori believes a multi-disciplinary approach is essential to improving the quality of care for her patients, and she welcomes teamwork and collaboration.
Hosted by Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout
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