Other Resources

Here are several additional resources that contain helpful information in regards to Misophonia:

  • For those people who reside in the United Kingdom, visit Allergic to Sound
  • For UK parents, teachers, researchers and sufferers interested in research and additional misophonia resources, visit MisophoniaHub 
  • For people who have co-occurring Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Misophonia, visit International OCD Foundation
  • For people who have co-occuring Tinnitus or Hyperacusis and Misophonia, Dr. Pawel Jastreboff's Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Center
  • To follow Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout's blog on Psychology Today, visit Noises and to reach out to her about parent, adult sufferers and clinician classes/trainings, visit her website: https://drjenniferbrout.com
  • To see groups that are involved in misophonia research and some currently funded projects, visit Misophonia Research Fund (MRF)
  • Hear conversations with people who have misophonia & occasional guests who are researchers and clinicians, visit The Misophonia Podcast
  • Amino Apps offers an app for iOS and Android phones that includes a user-created community for people struggling with misophonia. This community tends to be geared to teens and young adults.
  • /r/misophonia is the subreddit [a topic-based board on Reddit] for discussing misophonia.
  • r/misophoniasupport is another subreddit that is geared more to support for misophonia.
  • Visit MISOPHONIA (differentbrains.org) to read more about misophonia and what's going on in the brain.
  • The Misophonia Network is a new social media network for misophonia. The idea is for the team to use it in conjunction to other misophonia sites and discord for support, coping skills/tips, and discussion of research. Clinicians, Parents/Loved Ones, Friends, and Sufferers of Misophonia are all welcome. To join, visit The Misophonia Network
  • Regulate, Reason, Reassure: A Parent’s Guide to Understanding and Managing Misophonia, is a coping skills manual for parents to help their own children and teens 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. RRR gives parents the tools to help mediate misophonia and provides easy to follow guidelines and work sheets to ensure parents have the skills to continue practicing RRR with their child as they grow and develop. You will find more here Regulate, Reason, Reassure: A Parent’s Guide to Understanding and Managing Misophonia

  • An Adult's Guide to Misophonia: Understanding and Managing Misophonia: Regulate, Reason, Reassure. This adult guide is a coping skills manual for adults to help manage their misophonia. You will find more here An Adult's Guide to Misophonia: Understanding and Managing Misophonia: Regulate, Reason, Reassure

  • A Clinician’s Guide to Understanding and Managing Misophonia from a Self-Regulation Perspective: Regulate, Reason, Reassure. RRR gives clinicians the tools to help mediate misophonia and provides easy to follow guidelines and work sheets to ensure their clients have the skills to continue practicing RRR. You will find more here A Clinician’s Guide to Understanding and Managing Misophonia from a Self-Regulation Perspective: Regulate, Reason, Reassure 

    To learn more about classes and clinician trainings, please contact Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout via her website: https://drjenniferbrout.com