Professional Training

Comprehensive Misophonia Training for Clinicians

Overview information
Hours: 12
Cost: $299 (including CEs)
Venue: Online live classes and recorded video classes
Live Class Dates: August and September, to be determined
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  • Introduction to Misophonia – 0.5 hr
  • Understanding Misophonia – 1.5 hr
  • Diagnosing and Assessing Misophonia – 1 hr
  • Misophonia Management Techniques – 1 hr
  • Overview of Misophonia Treatment Options – 1 hr
  • Memory Reconsolidation, Approach to Therapy – 1.5 hr
  • Memory Reconsolidation, Applying Therapeutic Consolidation – 1.5 hr
  • Counterconditioning Treatment for Misophonia with Adults – 0.5 hr
  • Misophonia Treatment in Young Children – 0.5 hr
  • Issues and Cases of Misophonia Treatment – 1 hr
  • Comorbidity, Cases, and Venn Diagram in Misophonia Treatment – 1 hr
  • Sequent Repatterning Hypnotherapy – 0.5 hr
  • Misophonia Treatment in Adults with Autism, 2 cases – 0.5 hr

We expect to have approval for this course for APA continuing education credit, and will not conduct the course until approval is obtained.

Cost:  $299 including your CE certificate ($259 for course plus $40 for CE certificate)

Dates:  The classes will be presented live in August and September.  You can either participate in the live (online) class or watch the recorded video.

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The cost to register is $259.  After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.

Instructor Information

Tom Dozier, M.S. is a behavior scientist in private practice.  He founded Misophonia Institute in 2016 and serves as president.  Tom has researched misophonia for 7 years and has provided treatment for misophonia for the past 6 years.  He conducted 3 misophonia research studies and has 5 published journal articles plus 2 manuscripts in review.  Tom identified the initial physical reflex response of misophonia, which has been supported by his research and clinical work.  He is the author of Understanding and Overcoming Misophonia, and he created the content of and

Nate Mitchell, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and associate professor of psychology at Spalding University in Lousiville, Kentucky.  He is also the treasurer of Misophonia Institute.  Dr. Mitchell is a misophonia researcher and provides treatment for misophonia in his private practice.  Dr. Mitchell has a research lab and graduate students who contribute many hours to his research projects.

Chris Pearson is a hypnotherapist and neuropsychotherapist in West Yorkshire, UK, and he is the secretary of Misophonia Institute.  He developed Sequent Repatterning hypnotherapy for misophonia and trains and certifies other hypnotherapists in the treatment method.  Chris’s training in neuropsychotherapy has resulted in substantial improvement in the effectiveness of Sequent Repatterning for misophonia.  Because of his noteworthy work, Chris was invited to membership of Royal Society of Medicine in the UK.

Heid Lack, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical health psychologist with a private practice in Lexington, Massachutes.  Heidi has a diverse background of training and life experience that enrich her understanding of clients and inform the methods she uses in her work. She is also a Clinical Instructor/Supervisor, Department of Psychiatry, Behavioral Medicine, Harvard Medical School.  Her background working with patients with other comorbid conditions provides insight into the complex issues of misophonia.

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