Around the beginning of March, I began contacting doctors who were familiar with Misophonia. I started with the eight doctors that popped up with I searched Misophonia, and asked if any of them knew of doctors in the Boston area. I received several replies. Many of the doctors recommended white noise generators (which I already had). I ended up talking on the phone with a few of the doctors. The gist of the phone calls was that I was already doing everything I could and to have hope for future research. After about a few weeks, I pretty much gave up because I kept receiving the same responses. About a month later I heard back from an audiologist at Northeastern. She had said she recently went to a training with Dr. Jasterboff, and that perked my attention.
For those who do not know, Dr. Jasterboff is the man who coined misophonia.
The Northeastern audiologist had had training in tinnitus retraining therapy which is similar to misophonia therapy. I contacted her to set an appointment. However, she responded saying that she was not especially trained in treating misophonia.
Instead she referred me to Dr. Jasterboff himself!
Excuse the errors, this was written on my phone
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