Looking for professional resources? The Misophonia Association is pleased to share this Provider Directory.
Research is ongoing and real progress is being made, but there is currently no diagnosis or treatment for misophonia and there is currently no scientifically proven cure for misophonia.
There are, however, some tools and coping skills to help manage misophonia; approaches that reduce its perceived intensity, omnipresence, and burden. Our Provider Directory below lists providers who can offer tools and coping skills for those with misophonia.
The Misophonia Association does not endorse or recommend any specific misophonia treatments or providers. The Misophonia Association is providing information on our website, for self-help purposes only and to assist in finding a local provider for treatment. Any links that have been provided are for your convenience and for informational purposes only; this does not constitute an endorsement or approval by the Misophonia Association.
NOTE TO PROSPECTIVE PROVIDERS:
If you have an interest in being listed in our Provider Directory, please send an email and tell us about your experience and background in treating misophonia. If approved, we will be happy to include you in our directory. Please send your email to Dr. Marsha Johnson at: [email protected]
(The fee for a three-year listing is only $100).
Caroline Seligman, Limitless Expansion
As there is no known cure for Misophonia, I take a harm reduction, mindfulness based, and experimental approach to treatment. If there is no know immediate cure, there can still be relief. I work with clients to identify the areas of life most impacted by Misophonia and implement interventions to relieve the suffering. These interventions can involve audiological tools, lifestyle adjustments, conflict management and communication coaching, as well as more experimental exploration including novel treatments such as psychedelic assisted psychotherapy. In New York, I offer Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). For out of state clients, I work as a coach and help you identify resources in your area and assist with preparation and integration.
I have seen these results in my patients:
A deeper understanding of internal and external boundaries, a reduction in shame around having Misophonia (a greater acceptance of what is), stronger self- advocacy skills around Misophonia related interpersonal challenges.
I also have Misophonia so I know on a deeply personal level the struggle and the suffering you are facing. No matter the issue at hand, healing always begins with acceptance. Acceptance doesn't not mean that you like it or would ever choose it, but it is an acknowledgement of what IS. Finding acceptance for something like Misophonia can seem counterproductive and impossible, especially when you are searching for treatment. Acceptance is the first step toward managing your Misophonia and helping others in your life come to accept it as well. Acceptance is not the only step though! There is hope for you if you suffer from Misophonia. I am here to help you find relief.
LMSW (Licensed Master Social Worker)
Approach: Tinnitus Retraining Therapy
We are a small private practice which provides individualized care for sound sensitive patients. No formal research. Patient testimonials tell the story.
Certifications: Au.D., CCC/A, certified by the Tinnitus Retraining Therapy Association and Tinnitus Practitioners Association
Approach: Sound retraining approach. We have a group of patients who do not mind hearing their trigger sounds without any help. One of them posted his review several months before he graduated from our program as “Dr. Mamiya is very gentle and kind. She even communicates via email. She offers a misophonia treatment plan for sufferers of misophonia that is working. Also has hot tea, cold water and a very comfy waiting room. A++”
PAC Audiology is a private Audiology clinic. We provide hearing and balance evaluation, hearing aids, hearing aid repair, tinnitus, misophonia, hyperacusis assessment and retraining therapy, and custom earplugs.
Approach: Our mission is to serve the hearing health care needs of individuals in the South Miami and surrounding areas as well as any other individuals opting to use our services. We provide comprehensive audiology and hearing aid services to people of all ages. We will provide quality care in a relaxed, unhurried atmosphere.
Certifications: AuD, Certificate of Clinical Competence In Audiology by ASHA (American Speech & Hearing Association), Board Certification In Audiology by AAA (ABA)
Approach: We use a combination of sound therapy and counseling to retrain the reaction to trigger sounds. We also specialize in tinnitus and hyperacusis.
We use pre and post standardized questionnaires to measure progress. Client testimonials are available as well.
Certifications: CCC-A, Licensed Audiologist in NY
BLOOM MENTAL HEALTH
Do certain "normal" sounds really bother you? Chewing, pens clicking, dogs barking, mechanical rattles, and other daily noises...for those suffering from misophonia, sounds often perceived as background noise to others can seem incredibly heightened or cause an involuntary response of feeling anxious or even angry.
At our practice we feel strongly that those suffering from these symptoms should have treatment options and a greater understanding of the neuroscience behind their condition. As proud members of the Misophonia Association and one of the only practices in the country specializing in the treatment of misophonia, we strive to bring greater awareness to this condition as well as evidenced based treatment options for those suffering from it.
We can provide diagnostic assessments, as well as treatment with medications, natural supplements, and education regarding further therapy treatment options. We also regularly treat co-occurring psychiatric conditions such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, and OCD.
We treat both children and adults with this disorder.
We are located in Littleton, Colorado, but we serve clients all across the state! As a comprehensive psychiatric treatment center, we can also treat co-existing diagnoses such as anxiety, depression, OCD, ADHD, and more. Visit our website for more information.
Board Certified in both child and adult psychiatry
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
American Psychiatric Association
Colorado Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Society
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Approach: Trained in Existential Psychotherapy at USC, I have adapted my work to include CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy). I have developed my own unique blend of these therapies, along with incorporating creative arts, humor, and storytelling. I have seen hundreds of child, teen, and adult patients struggling with misophonia, and receive calls from across the country and even abroad. I work collaboratively with audiologists nationwide to provide the best treatment possible. I have been involved with all of the Misophonia Association conventions for patients and families and have done presentations for other professionals to inform and educate them about misophonia.
Credentials: California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with a doctoral degree and more than 40 years helping people deal with the medical and other challenges of their lives.
Approach: Full evaluation including audiogram, Tympanogram, acoustic reflexes, DPOAE, MCL, UCL, LDL, medical history, various misophonia questionnaires, and family questionnaires. Discussion of management strategies including sound therapy, educational counseling, relaxation exercises, thought restructuring, and consult with CBT therapist. Prescription of sound generators when applicable. Follow-up appointments as needed to chart progress.
Many of my patients have experienced significant relief: some mild relief, some moderate, some extensive relief. I don’t have any metrics to share at this time.
I truly care about helping patients with misophonia. I have misophonia myself, so I have empathy. I belief relief can be had via a combination of management strategies. True- there is no cure yet. However, management strategies significantly improve quality of life.
APPROACH: Counseling with patient and family members. Provide options for sound therapy. I will also connect them with a psychologist if they do not already have one.
I see patients aged 5 years and older. I work with individuals who experience hearing loss, tinnitus, hyperacusis, misophonia and auditory processing disorders.
CREDENTIALS: Board Certified in Audiology (ABA)
Approach: Our clinic provides diagnostic help for those who suffer from Misophonia. We test hearing, assess degree of impairment, review medical records for any causative factors, include family and significant others in counseling and conversation as well as planning for audiological help options. We coordinate with psychotherapists and psychologists in our clinic as well.
Credentials: AuD; served on many different nonprofit boards including the American Tinnitus Association, the Tinnitus Practitioners Association and the Misophonia Association.