Education for Sufferers & Loved Ones

We offer workshops and e-conferences to the public to help increase awareness about Misophonia.

 

Next Scheduled Quarterly Misophonia Research E-Conference:

Wednesday, April 27th, 2022 at 7:00PM EST (4PM PST)

"Misophonia and Co-Occuring Disorders"

Duke CMER's director, Dr. Zach Rosenthal, will be sharing new research data documenting the medical and mental health correlates of misophonia in adults. This data comes from an ongoing Duke CMER research project.

IMRN & Misophonia Education Director, Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout will also be available to answer questions.

To register for this upcoming FREE research e-conference, please go here Misophonia Education.

If you have any questions regarding workshops/e-conferences scheduled or have suggestions about topics for future ones, you may email us.

Future Misophonia Research E-Conference Date(s):

TBD

Misophonia Education Workshop(s)

"Coping with Misophonia: Regulate Reason Reassure (RRR) 3 Class Series for Adults and Clinicians"

Monday, June 6th, 2022 7:00-9:00PM EST Introduction, Defining Misophonia, and Who Can Help You

Wednesday, June 8th, 2022 7:00-9:00PM EST Understanding Your Nervous System, Applying RRR

Monday, June 13th, 2022 7:00-9:00PM EST Weaving the 3 Rs Together, Family/Relationship Dynamics, Conclusion

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. Misophonia Education does not sell individual classes. This class is only available as a complete package as all 3 classes are connected. Classes are between 90 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the amount of questions asked. All classes will be recorded.

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.

To register for this upcoming class, please do so through Dr. Brout's Misophonia Education site.

 

"Coping with Misophonia: Regulate Reason Reassure (RRR) 3 Class Series for Parents and Clinicians"

Tuesday, May 9th, 2022, 7:00 PM: Introduction, Defining Misophonia, and Who Can Help My Child
Thursday, May 11th, 2022, 7:00 PM: Understanding The Child’s Body, Applying RRR
Tuesday, May 16th, 2022, 7:00 PM: Weaving the 3 Rs Together, Family Dynamics, Conclusion, and Worksheets

This class provides an accessible way to learn the basics of coping with misophonia and is a comprehensive coping skills approach designed for parents to use with their children and teens as well as clinicians working with parents of children with misophonia.

Misophonia Education does 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 comes with a free PDF copy of Regulate Reason Reassure: A Parent’s Guide to Understanding and Managing Misophonia.

To register for this upcoming class, please do so through Dr. Brout's Misophonia Education site.