The Misophonia Association is a non-profit organization that was founded in October 2013 in Portland, Oregon after the first Misophonia Convention.
What we do
Defining misophonia is our mission. Assisting in the process of defining the condition is a huge effort in our endeavor, along with assisting those with the condition to find helpful effective management approaches. Providing a venue for support and awareness is another goal and we also try to raise funds with donations to provide to significant researchers who are hot on the trail of finding out all about this distressing disorder.
Helping the world understand what Misophonia is, is our mission. We provide education through our ever-growing list of presenters on the latest research in the field of Misophonia.
We stick up for you in your battle with Misophonia. You are not alone in your struggles and we are here to lend a helping hand.
Along with education the Misophonia Association helps to fund research in the field of Misophonia with help from our donors and sales of the videos of the conventions.
Above all we are here to support people who suffer with Misophonia. We also support families and others in this situation. You can find tremendous resources in our recorded video section from the past conventions from experts in the field.
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Days until next Misophonia Convention
YAY!!! Our 10th Annual Misophonia Convention will finally be back in person for 2023! It will be a hybrid event allowing attendees the option to attend online also.
The 10th Annual Misophonia convention will take place November 2-4, 2023. PLEASE SAVE THE DATES! The 2023 convention will be a hybrid event allowing both in-person and online attendance. We will be updating you with more information soon, so please keep your eyes here on our website or on our Facebook page.
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2023 calendar is still available!
After posting a “Call for Art” last fall, this beautiful calendar has been created with the artwork sent from artists of all ages from the misophonia community. Each month features the artwork of one person, along with their artist’s statement. We hope you will enjoy the variety of beautiful art throughout 2023!
Creating a space for experts and the people that they can help.
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All the conventions at your fingertips
All of the conventions are recorded and bundled together for your viewing for eternity. From the very first convention to the most recent information. Help support the Misophonia-Association and check out the collections in the link below.
This collection of videos from our past annual Misophonia Association Conventions features the combined brain power of the best doctors and researchers that specialize in Misophonia Research and Treatment. As the conventions continue to grow, most importantly so does the knowledge and cutting-edge methods and technology to bring treatment for misophonia closer to a reality.
In this article, the researchers explain that current work shows that mimicry is widely prevalent in misophonia and is elicited by the most common trigger sounds of eating and chewing. These data reinforce the idea of hyper-mirroring in misophonia proposed in our earlier work (Kumar et al., 2021).
Article by Sukhbinder Kumar, Paris Arizona Ash, Ester Benzaquén, et al.
[Authorea], February 2023
Note: The views expressed in this article are those of the authors and are not necessarily reflective of the Misophonia Association.
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.
QUOTE OF THE MONTH
“Aerodynamically, the bumblebee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know it so it goes on flying anyway.“
– Mary Kay Ash