Born to Talk Radio Podcast with Marsha Wietecha and guest Tom Dozier

Marsha asked me about my “take away” from our podcast today. Here it is.

There is good reasons for hope if you or a loved one has misophonia.

Tom Dozier

We understand what causes misophonia. It is accidentally acquired (learned) reflexes.

You can’t just think away these reflexes. You must relax, distract, and have positive activities to make it change.

There are 2 good treatments for misophonia that are used every day. One is Relaxation and Counterconditioning Therapy (developed by Tom Dozier, also called CBT-misophonia by Nate Mitchell) and Sequent Repatterning Hypnotherapy. All of these treatment providers understand that misophonia is an acquired reflex condition. Most treatment providers can help by video-chat.

Finally, misophonia is not caused by some defect in your brain. Your neurons are not misfiring or cross wired. You don’t have a chemical imbalance, and there is not some defect in your upper brain telling you that these sounds are going to hurt you. And, oh yes, you are not being possessed by aliens, even though it may seem that way. It is the same brain neurology that caused you as a baby to relax when you heard your mothers voice. It is accidental reflex learning of your properly functioning brain.

You can do something to help your misophonia. Use good management techniques (see the free download). Relax and distract yourself. And, if you can, get help from someone that understands misophonia and can help you with this journey.

Get Help Today

Email Tom Dozier: tom@misophoniatreatment.com
phone Tom Dozier: 925-322-5100
Check the Treatment Provider Directory: https://misophoniatreatment.com/treatment-provider-directory/

Free Download of Understanding and Overcoming Misophonia (chapters 1-13)

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Understanding and Overcoming Misophonia, available on Amazon and all book stores.

Get Help Today

Email Tom Dozier: tom@misophoniatreatment.com
phone Tom Dozier: 925-322-5100
Check the Treatment Provider Directory: https://misophoniatreatment.com/treatment-provider-directory/

Misophonia Apps by Tom Dozier

Misophonia Muscle Relaxation (Training)


Misophonia Relfex Finder


Misophonia Trigger Tamer