Education for Sufferers & Loved Ones

Dr. Zach Rosenthal & Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout

We offer workshops and webinars to the public to help increase awareness about Misophonia.

Next Scheduled Quarterly Misophonia Research Webinar:

Wednesday, July 19th at 12PM Eastern time (11AM CST, 9AM PST) 

"Audiologic Approach To Misophonia"

More details to come.

Duke CMER's Director, Dr. Zach Rosenthal, IMRN Director, Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout, and soQuiet's, Cris Edwards, will also be available to answer questions.

If you would like to attend this free webinar, please email to receive the link to register for this virtual session in July.


**Please note registration to attend will end Wednesday, 7/19/23 @ 11:45am EST (8:45am PST)!!!

If you have any questions regarding workshops/webinars scheduled or have suggestions about topics for future ones, you may email us.


Future Misophonia Research Webinar Date(s):


Past Duke CMER Research Webinar Recordings:

To watch past recorded Duke CMER e-conferences/webinars (October 2021 and earlier), you will find them here.

To watch past recorded Duke CMER webinars (From December 2022 onwards), you will find them on our Duke CMER YouTube Channel.

For Education & Classes outside of Duke CMER

Dr. Jennifer Jo BroutDirector of the International Misophonia Research Network (IMRN), offers classes and trainings for parents, adult sufferers and clinicians. Regulate, Reason, Reassure (RRR) is a coping skills program and manual for parents, clinicians, and adults to help manage misophonia. RRR was developed by Dr. Jennifer Brout through her own experiences as a clinician, a sufferer of misophonia, and the mother of an adult child who showed signs of misophonia at a young age. To learn more, visit