This course is for clinicians and misophonia treatment providers. It provides an overview of misophonia, and the basics of misophonia research and coping skills with the most current and to date research available. The format is in video recordings and text. You can work at your own pace with no deadlines. If you have watched some of the presentations in the past, feel free to only watch those you have not yet seen.
Participants of this course are eligible to be listed on the Misophonia Provider Network as a treatment provider.
Please note that passing the final exam (80% is a pass) is a requirement of this course. It is recommended you view as many presentations as possible to get a wide overview of misophonia. Some presentations might have repetitive sections, however, anything that is repeated is generally very important!
You can come back and review these materials at any time even after completion of the course. Please note, at this time we do not offer CEUs as Misophonia is a newly recognized condition.
Unit 1: What is Misophonia?
- What is Misophonia?
- Age of Onset, Gender, and Genetics
- Presentation: Co-Occurring Disorders
- The Nervous System and Anxiety
- Multidisciplinary Clinicians
- Do’s and Don’ts
Unit 2: Misophonia Research
- Presentation: The Motor Basis for Misophonia
- Presentation: Misophonia and Your Brain
- Duke Presentation: CBT for Misophonia
- Literature Reading
Unit 3: Misophonia Coping Skills
- Presentation: An Introduction to Misophonia Coping Skills
- Presentation: Misophonia at School (and College)
Unit 4: Resources and More Information
- Provider Network Application
Want to learn more? Join a Workshop with Dr. Jennifer Brout or Duke CMER at Misophonia Education.