About Misophonia Association

About Us

The Misophonia Association is a non-profit organization that was founded in October 2013 in Portland, Oregon after the first Misophonia Convention.

We’re hiring!

Interested in supporting the Misophonia Association with your communications and organizational skills? Check out the MA job posting 2019 for more information about this remote communications coordinator position. The linked PDF contains all the information  needed to apply.

Goals and mission

Education, Advocacy, Research, Support–in order to assist those who suffer from the condition of misophonia, as well as their families. We stand together in our rejection of bias, prejudice, and exclusion. We value respect, encouragement, professionalism and courteous speech and behavior. We recognize effort, intentions and accomplishment. We applaud helpfulness, positivity, and collaboration. We have made tremendous progress in the past few years.


We are committed to our annual convention, where we present a platform for gathering current and potential researchers and clinicians, and  work directly with those who suffer from misophonia along with their families. We continue to press for legitimate peer-reviewed professional research, and are committed to long-term dedicated and professional activities.

Previous conventions

In 2014, the 2nd convention was held in Orlando, FL; the 3rd in Chicago, IL in October of 2015 with nearly 200 people attending. In 2017, February, the 4th convention was held in Las Vegas, NV. Most recently, the 5th convention was held in Bloomington, MN.


NEW! Wish you’d attended, or want to re-live a previous convention? You can purchase videos of previous conventions, including 2017 in Las Vegas.


Please join us in our steady and mindful journey towards unbiased knowledge, effective treatment, and a potential cure for misophonia.  The Misophonia Association is funded with volunteer effort and donated time and funds. With your continued kind donations and support of events, we have begun to offer small pilot study style grants. These starter grants are aimed at funding smaller worthy projects that add to the body of work available in the world of peer-reviewed journalism.