Misophonia Association Announcements/Events


The Misophonia Association is a non-profit organization that was founded in October 2013 in Portland, Oregon after the first Misophonia Convention.



Education, Advocacy, Research, Support- in order to assist those who suffer from the condition of misophonia, as well as their families. We stand together in our rejection of bias, prejudice, and exclusion. We value respect, encouragement, professionalism and courteous speech and behavior. We recognize effort, intentions and accomplishment. We applaud helpfulness, positivity, and collaboration. We have made tremendous progress in the past few years.

QUOTE of the month



We invite you to create a work of art which would pertain to misophonia in some way. This could be a painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, collage, or any form of artwork that could be printed and used for our 2023 calendar.

When you submit your artwork, please include an “Artist’s Statement” with it. In your artist statement, please describe your artwork in general and give more insight into it by sharing about your themes, the materials you use, what is important to you and maybe how your creative endeavors relate to misophonia.

We surely look forward to seeing your creative works!

“Making art has taught me that the tiniest smidgen of progress is something to be cherished.”
― Julia Cameron, Finding Water: The Art of Perseverance

2021 Convention Recordings

JUST IN! 2021 Misophonia Convention Videos Sale + New Arrivals! Check it all out on the newly updated website: www.misophoniavideos.com

Get your limited time discount on these new items:

Pre-Order of the upcoming 2021 Misophonia Convention

Our 8-year Ultimate Bundle ( includes all convention years 2013-2020 plus Pre-Order 2021 Misophonia Convention)

Our 3-year Gold Standard Bundle (includes convention years 2019 & 2020 plus Pre-Order 2021 Misophonia Convention)

Be sure to take advantage of this sale while you can: www.misophoniavideos.com


New Research

No psychometrically validated interviews have been developed for misophonia. This paper is on the initial validation of the Duke Misophonia Interview, a step towards a standard diagnostic measure for clinicians and researchers.

(Summary by Cris Edwards)

Article by Rachel E. Guetta, M. Zachary Rosenthal, Clair Cassiello-Robbins, Deepika Anand

Center for Misophonia and Emotion Regulation, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, United States; Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Duke University, Durham, NC, United States

[Personality and Individual Differences Journal], March 2022

You can read the full article at: Development and psychometric exploration of a semi-structured clinical interview for Misophonia

NEW: You can now peruse all the other monthly research articles that have been previously shared in the “New Research” section by going to Collection of Research Articles from our “New Research” articles section

Our Conventions:  We are committed to our annual fall convention, where we present a platform for gathering current and potential researchers and clinicians, and  work directly with those who suffer from misophonia along with their families. We continue to press for legitimate peer-reviewed professional research, and are committed to long-term dedicated and professional activities. See more here.

Previous Conventions:  Most recently, the 8th convention was October 14-16, 2021 and was our 2nd virtual conference. The 7th convention was our first online convention and was held October 8-10, 2020. The 6th convention was held in Denver, CO in 2019. In 2018, the 5th convention was held in Bloomington, MN and the 4th convention was held in Las Vegas, NV in 2017. The 3rd convention was in Chicago, IL in 2015 and the 2nd one was held in Orlando, FL in 2014. The very 1st convention was held in Portland, OR in 2013 with 55 attendees!

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Please continue to join us in our steady and mindful journey towards unbiased knowledge, effective treatment and a potential cure for misophonia. The Misophonia Association is funded with volunteer effort and donated time and funds. Our non-profit association’s goals and mission include Education, Advocacy, Research and Support.

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