APPROACH: As a clinical psychologist, I treat misophonia with a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) which utilizes acceptance-based approaches that help the individual learn how to respond to sound triggers so that they are less aversive and more acceptable. I also directly target the emotional response of anger/rage to enable one to feel greater control over their reactions to triggers. Additionally, I offer to integrate counseling into the treatment for secondary emotional concerns that result from misophonia such as relationship difficulties and/or other life stressors.
I also offer group therapy. It i s an ideal way to engage in an environment that is supportive, collaborative, and therapeutic. I am proud to offer one of the only therapy groups for misophonia in the entire world! This innovative group serves as a place for learning about misophonia, developing more effective ways of handling its symptoms and as a place for people to support each other. Misophonia is very lonely – come and join us!
I use pre/post measures to track progress in therapy.
I also offer my services over telehealth so I treat people over video conference for patients who are out of traveling distance.
CREDENTIALS: Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.)