Additional Resources

Here are several additional resources that contain helpful information in regards to Misophonia:

  • For those people who reside in the United Kingdom, visit Allergic to Sound
  • MisoMatch-Going through Misophonia as a Community - Connect online, create local misophonia groups, see who is in your area to meet for a walk, a picnic or a coffee. Create your real life supportive misophonia community and positive friendships. Find roommates who also crave a low trigger environment and are willing to work to create an environment with fewer misophonia trigger sounds.
  • For UK parents, teachers, researchers and sufferers interested in research and additional misophonia resources, visit MisophoniaHub 
  • For people who have co-occurring Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Misophonia, visit International OCD Foundation
  • For people who have co-occuring Tinnitus or Hyperacusis and Misophonia, Dr. Pawel Jastreboff's Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Center
  • To follow Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout's blog on Psychology Today, visit Noises and to reach out to her about parent, adult sufferers and clinician classes/trainings, visit her website.
  • To see groups that are involved in misophonia research and some currently funded projects, visit Misophonia Research Fund (MRF)
  • Hear conversations with people who have misophonia & occasional guests who are researchers and clinicians, visit The Misophonia Podcast
  • Amino Apps offers an app for iOS and Android phones that includes a user-created community for people struggling with misophonia. This community tends to be geared to teens and young adults.
  • /r/misophonia is the subreddit [a topic-based board on Reddit] for discussing misophonia.
  • r/misophoniasupport is another subreddit that is geared more to support for misophonia.
  • Visit the Misophonia section of to read more about misophonia and what's going on in the brain.
  • Misophonia International is a website managed by Shaylynn Hayes, a misophonia sufferer, blogger, writer and advocate for those with misophonia. The Misophonia Social Network is a social network for misophonia available through the Misophonia International. This initiative is so that misophonia sufferers, parents, clinicians, and researchers have a way to communicate with one-another, all on the same website. To join the network, visit Misophonia Social Network.
  • Sounds Like Misophonia is a website run by Dr. Jane Gregory, Clinical Psychologist at Oxford University, in the UK, which helps to make misophonia research easier to understand for non-scientists.
  • For additional misophonia advocacy and awareness resources, consider visiting Hear Our Misophonia
  • For those who reside in Italy and struggle with misophonia, visit Italian Misophonia Association