Resources and Research

This is a list of mental health and misophonia information resources


CRISIS TEXT LINE

Text CONNECT to 741741

Connect with a trained Crisis Counselor to receive free, 24/7 crisis support via text message. Don’t feel like you’re in “crisis”, but still need help, send them a text!

AnxietyCanada.com

THIS WEBSITE IS FOR ANYONE, ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD. This site has so much incredible information, tests, you can take, resources, programs. Even a super useful app! I seriously recommend everyone check this one out.

If you’re outside of the US, click on this site to see a comprehensive list of mental health resources by country.

If you’re outside of the US

Please use this list from Instagram to find a hotline in your country.

THE NAMI HELPLINE

1-800-950-NAMI

HelpLine staff and volunteers are prepared to answer your questions about mental health symptoms, treatments, support groups, education programs, and more.

Online Miso Parent Support Group

Join this Facebook group for parents and guardians of kids/teens with misophonia.

Online Misophonia Support Group

Join this Facebook group for anyone who has misophonia. This space is restricted to those who actually have misophonia (or believe they have it). This is not a space for family or friends of misophones.

Online UK Misophonia Support Group

Join this Facebook group for for anyone who has misophonia. This is a smaller group of people in the UK, but anyone can join from anywhere in the world.

Peer -Reviewed Articles

The Brain Basis for Misophonia

This study used brain scans to explore the neurophysiology and neurobiology of misophonia. The findings implied brain structural differences including greater myelination within vmPFC in misophonic individuals and abnormal activation and functional connectivity of a certain part of the brain.

Read the research here.

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Literature Review of Established Misophonia Research

This review aims to characterize the current state of the field of research on misophonia, highlight what can be inferred from the small research literature to inform treatment of individuals with misophonia, and outline an agenda for research on this topic. 

Read the full review here.

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I’ve written a formal notice with information about misophonia for you to give to your physician. This is a short document with medical-journal references that you can print and take to your doctor or therapist, or anyone who needs to learn more about misophonia.

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