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Misophonia Trigger Tamer App

The smartphone app makes it easy to do your homework for the Neural Repatterni
Fortunately you can get an Android device very cheaply. Make sure you get a reliable make, like a Samsung Galaxy S3 mini ($30-$40 used) or other high quality Android device. Read More


Visual Trigger Tamer App

The Visual Trigger Tamer app uses a video recording for the trigger. It is similar to the Misophonia Trigger Tamer app (which uses a sound file for the trigger). The Visual Trigger Tamer also allows videos, pictures, dog. You want some positive activity that lifts your spirits and makes your heart soar!!! (Some chose a very relaxing activity, which works well for them).
As of April 2015, the Visual Trigger Tamer was only available for Android. We hope to release the iPhone version soon. Read More


Misophonia Reflex Finder App

The Misophonia Reflex Finder app is now available for both iPhones and Android devices. This is a free app that will help you identify your initial physical reflex. You can record a trigger, edit the audio file to remove leading noise/silence, and then playback the trigger with a precise volume and ger until you start to feel it. At this point, you will not have the negative emotions — you will simply feel something in your body. What you feel is your initial physical reflex. Read More


Trigger Tamer Licese Agreement

This copy of Dozier Misophonia Trigger Tamer (“the Software Product”) and accompanying documentation is licensed and not sold. This Software Product is protected by copyright laws and treaties, as well as laws and treaties related to other forms of intellectual property. Thomas Dozier or its subsidiaries, affiliates, and suppliers (collectively “Tom Dozier”) own intellectual property rights in the Software Product. The Licensee’s (“you” or “your”) license to download, use, copy, or change the Software Product is subject to these rights and to all the terms and conditions of this End User License Agreement (“Agreement”). Read More



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. But with misophonia, you need to have single occurrence sounds blocked. Starting with the Bose QC20, Bose headphones try to block single occurrence sounds, such as speech or chewing. I tried a pair of Beats headphones that were owned by a client, and I could not tell the difference for a single “thud” sound with noise cancelling on and off. I can’t say that all headphones except new Bose and Parrot don’t work for misophonia, but I can say that Bose and Parrot work great. Read More


Sequent Repatterning Hypnotherapists

Sequent Repatterning appears to be a new breakthrough in misophonia treatment using hypnosis. This was developed by Chris Pearson of Upton, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom. Hypnotherapists have tried a single step treatment without reported success. (At least we have no reports of lasting positive effects.) Even multiple treatment programs were simply repeating the single hypnotic suggestion, such as, “I remain calm when I hear chewing.” Read More


Misophonia Management and Neural Repatterning Technique

This treatment seems to only be effective when a person has specific triggers. For example, if a person is triggered only by his brother or husband, then this treatment may work for you. If you are triggered by sniffing by anyone and anywhere, then this treatment will not work or will take a long time.
Also, when treating children, any behavioral issues must be addressed simultaneously, which is the primary career focus of Tom Dozier. Read More


Treatment Provider Conferences

Sequent Repatterning Therapy is a new hypnotherapy for misophonia developed by Chris Pearson, Yorkshire, UK. This webinar explains SRT and shares patient outcome data from the first 23 patients. The results are VERY hopeful. SRT may be the breakthrough treatment for misophonia that we have been hoping for. Follow-up data from 7 patients treated in 2013 and 2014 indicate that the improvement seen from treatment has lasted for each of them. Read More