Clinician Training

It is very difficult to find a clinician with scientific knowledge about Misophonia. This can be highly frustrating for anyone looking for help related to Misophonia. We want to change this.

A primary mission of our Center is to increase awareness about Misophonia to clinicians across healthcare settings (e.g., outpatient, inpatient) and types of clinical providers (e.g., physicians, psychologists, social workers, counselors, occupational therapists, audiologists, and others).

If you are a clinician and would like to learn more about Misophonia, please see our resources tab for introductory information or, if you are interested in knowing about research related to Misophonia, you may read the empirical review paper about Misophonia.

If you would like your clinical practice or setting to receive a training related to Misophonia, please contact Dr. Rosenthal directly at mark.rosenthal@duke.edu.

Misophonia Education's Introduction Training Course for Providers

Misophonia Education has a course for clinicians and misophonia treatment providers. It provides an overview of misophonia, and the basics of misophonia research and coping skills with the most to date research available. The training format is in video recordings and text. Providers may work at their own pace with no deadlinesParticipants of this course are eligible to be listed on the Misophonia Provider Network as a treatment provider. Please note that passing the final exam (80% is a pass) is a requirement of this course. It is recommended you view as many presentations as possible to get a wide overview of misophonia. Providers may come back and review these materials at any time even after completion of the course. To read more about the course structure and to register for this online course, visit Misophonia Education's Intro Clinician Course