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CBT Radio

Feb 1, 2016

Episode #42

Running Time: 1:18:09

Podcast relevance: Professionals and Consumers


In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Tom Dozier, BCBA about Misophonia. In this episode they discuss:

  • The diagnosis and treatment of Misophonia
  • The history of this disorder
  • How Misophonic symptoms differ from the sensitivities present in persons on the Autism Spectrum
  • Resources for professionals and consumers, including websites and apps

Tom Dozier, BCBA Biography

Thomas H. Dozier is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Tom has researched misophonia and worked to develop treatments since 2012, and he has shown that Misophonia includes an acquired physical reflex to the trigger sounds which causes extreme emotions of rage and disgust (a conditioned emotional response).    


He developed the Neural Repatterning Technique and the Misophonia Trigger Tamer app to deliver this treatment.  Tom is the director of the Misophonia Treatment Institute, which promotes misophonia research, treatment, and awareness.  He received a Master of Science in Behavior Analysis and the Family from California State University, Stanislaus.  


His primary career focus was parenting and parenting skills (see, or, but Tom became interested in misophonia because he worked with parents of children with misophonia.  He also realized that his adult daughter and one grandchild had misophonia. 


Tom is the author of Understanding and Overcoming Misophonia, A Conditioned Aversive Reflex Disorder and had three published journal articles on misophonia in 2015.


Episode-Related Links






Misophonia Reflex Finder (available on Android and Apple devices)


Misophonia Trigger Tamer (available on Android and Apple devices)


Visual Trigger Tamer (Android only currently, but Apple devices in the works)