Treatment and Management for Professionals

Video Replay of Webinar – Misophonia Treatment and Management Options for Professionals

This webinar was presented on December 11, 2018.  You may watch the video replay of the webinar by donating to Misophonia Institute.

Make a donation $30 or more to Misophonia Institute, and you will receive this webinar as a thank you gift.  (All proceeds goes to support Misophonia Insitute, so this is a tax deductible donation US tax ID 81-3985434).  After making the donation, email president@misophoniainstitute.org and ask for this video (provided by YouTube and dropbox link).  To donate, click here.

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This webinar is intended for clinicians and others in helping professions who want to treat, help, or just support individuals with misophonia and their loved ones.

Have you hear of functional neurology? How about inhibitory learning model for exposure therapy? How does adding memory reconsolidation make Sequent Repatterning hypnotherapy more effective? Have you every heard of the Psychosomatic Remediation Technique? What is counterconditioning and how can it help young children with misophonia?

This webinar will summarize the latest published research on misophonia and the new information presented at the International Misophonia Research Symposium last August and the Misophonia Association Convention last month.

This webinar will be presented by Tom Dozier, president of Misophonia Institute.  Tom organized the 1st International Misophonia Research Symposium, along with help fromthe Misophona Association.  Tom is a behaviorist who has dedicated the last 6 years to the study of misophonia as a respondent behavior phenomenon.  He has conducted 3 misophonia research, has 5 peer review journal articles (with 2 more in review), and is the author of book Understanding and Overcoming Misophonia, 2nd edition.

This presentation is designed for clinicians and other professionals who want to help individuals with misophonia  and their loved ones.  With misophonia, everyone in their life suffers, not just the individual with misophonia.

Remember that all proceeds goes to support the Misophonia Institute.  If you cannot attend, you can donate directly to the Misophonia Institute (see the botton at the top of the page) and ask access to the webinar video recording.

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