We recommend that parents and loved ones of those with Misophonia do the following:
- Stay educated using online webinars and e-conferences from the International Misophonia Research Network (IMRN), Misophonia Education, and our Center at Duke.
- Be involved in treatment for your loved one whenever possible.
- Receive your own psychological services to help develop effective ways to manage and/or respond to Misophonia.
- Be somewhat skeptical and a healthy and smart advocate for yourself or others when you learn about overly promising new treatments for Misophonia.