Misophonia is (likely) a neurological disorder where sounds cause an aversive fight/flight/freeze reaction to otherwise normal stimuli.
The Misophonia Provider Network is presented by the IMRN (International Misophonia Research Network). We are looking for audiologists, psychologists, occupational therapists, psychiatrists, music therapists, nutritionists, peer supporters, licensed professional counselors and medical doctors that provide consultation, coping skills, and other support for misophonia sufferers. The IMRN is run by researchers and providers that are dedicated to providing ethical, multidisciplinary and fact-based care for misophonia sufferers.
If you are interested in being listed as a provider, you can attend the $25 continuing education course from Drexel, entitled “OL690 The Helper’s Guide to Understanding Misophonia“. //drexel.edu/medicine/academics/continuing-education/behavioral-healthcare-education/online-training/#. While the course is paid for, listing on the provider network is free. All approvals go through Dr. Jennifer Brout, PsyD and Founder of the IMRN. While there is no “treatment” for misophonia – there are several ways that providers can help support patients and help them cope.
For a brief guide to misophonia, please see this guide for doctors/professionals: //www.misophoniainternational.com/product/misophonia-guide-doctors/
An overview of misophonia research can be found in this literature review,”Investigating Misophonia: A Review of the Empirical Literature, Clinical Implications, and a Research Agenda”(by IMRN members): //www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnins.2018.00036/full
If you are interested in the provider network, you can apply here: //misophoniaproviders.com/provider-application/