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Updated by hen27ry on May 06, 2017
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Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) focuses on a person’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to identify unhealthy patterns. The patient and therapist then develop appropriate healthy patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors to replace the unhealthy patterns. Dialectical behavior therapy is a form of CBT that puts a specific focus on a person’s arousal response to certain emotional situations. Read More


Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR)

Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) may be the best misophonia treatment. Why? Well regardless of your triggers, it helps you stay calm after a trigger. PMR is a technique that takes 14 sessions to learn. But if you want to get the real benefit in reducing your misophonia, you need to do PMR every day for several months. It is a skill, and even pros practice to enhance their skill. Read More


Psychosomatic Remediation Technique (PRT)

It was mid-October, 2013. I had determined that many people had a physical reflex to trigger sounds, and that the actual reflex varied. I was providing free NRT treatment for a patient as part of my investigation of misophonia, and this particular patient’s reflex was a stomach constriction. Read More


Why Do I Hate Sounds?

Are you a sound-hater? Are there sounds that you cannot tolerate. Maybe you hate the sound of someone eating potato chips or Doritos. Maybe you can’t stand the sound of someone eating popcorn. And worst of all (for many), maybe the sound of someone chewing gum causes instant rage, and makes you want to attack the person. Well, you are not alone Read More


Neural Repatterning Technique (NRT)

I developed the Neural Repatterning Technique in the spring of 2013. The treatment involves hearing an intermittent, very weak trigger while experiencing a positive situation, such as listening to your favorite music or talking about positive life experiences Read More


Misophonia treatment for children

Children under 10 are too young for misophonia treatments such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Sequent Repatterning hypnotherapy, or other forms of talk therapy. But there are treatment techniques that can be implemented with these misophonic children that can reduce the actual misophonic response. Read More


New video: What is Misophonia

This video was prepared for the Misophonia Association Conference in Las Vegas in February, 2017. It includes a summary of the latest research on misophonia, including the recent brain imaging research and several other studies which are in the process of being published. Read More


New Brain Imaging Study

Sukhbinder Kumar, Ph.D. and his associates at Newcastle University in collaboration with several other researchers recently had their misophonia brain imaging study published in Current Biology. Although this has created new excitement (and great publicity for misophonia awareness) we have been considering his work since he presented at the 2015 Misophonia Association Conference in Chicago. Read More


Great Headphones For Misophonia

All noise cancelling headphones are not created equal. If you want to see the real benefit noise cancelling headphones have to offer, you need to try the best. Traditionally, noise cancelling headphones try to eliminate steady background noise such as the air conditioner fan or the roar in an airplane. Read More