Therapists and Counselors

facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrby feather

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) have been reported to have positive benefits, especially as part of the Misophonia Management Protocol.  The following therapists are knowledgeable with the issues relating to misophonia.

California:

Jaelline Jaffe, PhD, LMFT
Dr. Jaffe uses dialectical and cognitive therapy with families and individuals who suffer from misophonia in her office and by SKYPE.
Lemon-Aid Counseling
4910 Van Nuys Blvd, Suite 301
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
phone: 818-971-7175
email: DrJ@DrJJaffe.com
www.LemonAidCounseling.com

Michael A. Tompkins, Ph.D. Co-director | San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy
5435 College Avenue, Suite 100-2, Oakland, CA 94618
phone: 510.652.4455 ext. 3 | fax: 510.380.2988 | email: mat@sfbacct.com | webpage: www.sfbacct.com
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology
University of California, Berkeley

Florida:

Marni L. Jacob, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
1200 N. Federal Highway
Suite 200
Boca Raton, FL 33432
(561) 325-5115
Rothman Center for Pediatric Neuropsychiatry
880 6th Street South
Suite 460, Box 7523
St. Petersburg, FL 33701 (727) 767-8230

Maine:

James Claiborn Ph.D. ABPP ACT
6 D St.
South Portland ME 04106
Phone 207 799-0408 Fax 207 767-7002
email: Ask-Me@DrClaiborn.info

Massachusetts:

Jennifer D. Lish, PhD
Worcester Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Worcester, MA
01609
508-210-0114

Peter Harakas, PhD
394 Lowell Street, Unit 15 (second floor),
Lexington, MA 02420
Phone: (617) 531 7133 ext. 708

Jesse M. Crosby, Ph.D.
Senior Research Consultant, Office of Clinical Assessment and Research, OCD Institute
Clinical Associate, Department of Psychology, McLean Hospital
Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Private Practice, Clinical and Consulting Psychology
22 Mill Street, Suite 405
Arlington, MA 02476
(781) 646-2030

Helen Turano LICSW
Diplomate of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy
Graduate of the Advanced Forum, Behavior Treatment Training of the IOCDF
Worcester Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
9 Cedar Street
Worcester, MA 01609
508-735-4468www.cognitivetherapyworcester.com
hturano@tsecuremail.com.

New Jersey:

Joel Yisrael Kleinman, MSW, LSW
(732)806-1699
yisraelkleinman@gmail.com
91 Canary Dr
Lakewood, NJ 08701

New York:

Constance J. Salhany, LMHC, PhD, ACT
Licensed Psychologist: New York, New Jersey

Cognitive Therapy of Staten Island, PSLMHC, PLLC
Director and Founder
1110 South Ave Suite 5
Staten Island, New York 10314
347-273-1290
Adjunct Professor

College of Staten Island
Wagner College
New York Medical College (Richmond) Program
Richmond University Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry
Board Member, Freedom From Fear
Diplomate and Fellow, Cognitive Therapy
Certified Trainer and Consultant, Academy of Cognitive Therapy

Bruce Hubbard, PhD
Director, Cognitive Health Group
www.CognitiveHealthGroup.com
www.CBTforTinnitus.com
Visiting Scholar, Columbia University-Teachers College
President-Elect, New York City-Cognitive Behavior Therapy Association www.nyc-cbt.org
email: drhubbard@cognitivehealthgroup.com
164 W80th Street | New York, NY 10024 | 212.787.5564

Center for Anxiety
The Madison
3692 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11229
Telephone: 646-837-5557 x 1
Fax: 646-837-5495
www.centerforanxiety.org

John Silvestre, LicPsi, MS, LCSW
Cognitive behavioral therapy
680 west End Avenue suite 1B
New York, NY 10025
212-362-5413
www.johnsilvestre.com
http://www.skinpick.com/node/253

Dean McKay, PhD, ABPP
Professor
Past President, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (2013-2014)
Department of Psychology
Fordham University
441 East Fordham Road
Bronx, NY  10458
718-817-4498
http://www.fordham.edu/info/21660/faculty_and_staff/5430/dean_mckay
Lab page: http://www.fordham.edu/academics/programs_at_fordham_/psychology_departmen/people/faculty/dean_mckay/coap_graduate_resear/

North Carolina:

R.Trent Codd, III, Ed.S., LPC, BCBA
Diplomate & Fellow, Academy of Cognitive Therapy
Academy of CT Certified Trainer/Consultant
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Center of WNC, P.A.
1085 Tunnel Road, 7A
Asheville, NC  28805
828-350-1177
828-350-1188 (Fax)
rtcodd@behaviortherapist.com

Virginia

Anxiety Clinic, Department of Psychology
Virginia Commonwealth University Center for Psychological Services and Development
612 North Lombardy
PO Box 843033
Richmond, Virginia 23284 -3033
(804) 828-8069

Linda Wirth, LCSW
2200 21st Ave. S. #405
Nashville, TN  37215
phone: 615-385-9239
email: contact@lindawirth.com
www.lindawirth.com

 

 

facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrby feather
16 Responses to Therapists and Counselors
  1. Can you recommend a therapist in the Philadelphia area? This is getting critical.

  2. My wife is a misophonia sufferer and the symptoms are worsening. We have researched CBT treatment and believe it is a much better way to address her condition. Is there a therapist in the Chicago area that you could recommend to us? If not, we would like to talk about your internet-based CBT therapy. Thank you for this awesome information. Maybe we will be able to enjoy dinner together some day.

  3. My daughter started showing signs of misphonia around age 8. She is now 11. She has severe anger when hearing someone chew, sniffle and swallow! She will usually have to leave the room. Do you know of anyone in AZ you would recommend?

    • My best recommendation is to have video-chat treatment with Chris Pearson. He is in the UK, but can work by VSee. See Hypnotherapy under the Treatment Providers.

  4. Wondering if anyone knows of a good therapist or hypnotist in southern Wisconsin?

  5. Does Dr. Salhany provide treatment in St. Petersburg or is she a long distance faculty member? I’m a little confused with her having the Florida address. Thank you.

  6. Do you know a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist in North Carolina?

  7. Do you know of any therapists in Fairbanks, Alaska who provide misophonia treatment?

    • I do not know of anyone in Alaska. See the Treatment Providers page. Dr. Jaelline Jaffe can provide DBT therapy via internet, and I provide my treatment via internet.

    • Margaret: Did you find someone in Alaska? Even just someone familiar with the condition? I live in Eagle River and I am desperate to find someone to help my 10yr girl.

      thanks

  8. Can they kind of cure misophonia? If not can anything?

    • It depends on the individuals, but the people listed on these pages can provide help (but not a “cure”). See the Cases page for some of my successes.


[top]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Selective Sound Sensitivity | Cure For Misophonia | Sound Sensitivity Syndrome | Treatment For Misophonia | PRT Treatment | Misophonia Test | Marsha Johnson Audiologist | White Pink Brown Noise | Dealing With Misophonia | Misophonia