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Jennifer Brout, Psy.D., who founded the Misophonia and Emotion Regulation Program at Duke University. She graduated from New York University and Columbia University. She also has misophonia.
Did a doctor or friend blame you for your child's misophonia? Rethinking parent- and victim-blaming can help.
Is misophonia causing difficulty in your relationships?
Why isn't misophonia treatment research including connections between misokinesia, misophonia, and mirror neurons?
Wondering why you stare at misophonia trigger sounds and visuals? Understanding how to combat pre-attention is a great coping skill.
Do you wonder how to live with mental health issues? Listening to others with problems may be very helpful.
Is misophonia simply an auditory disorder? The answer is no. New research reveals that it is also a motor disorder involving mirror neurons.