Misophonia or Selective Sound Sensitivity Syndrome is common but mostly unknown. It affects 10-15% of adults, and usually begins in childhood. With misophonia, a person hears a common sound, such as another person eating, and is immediately filled with anger (and sometimes disgust). Misophonia includes similar extreme responses to visual stimuli, such as the sight of a person chewing or a person jiggling their leg. This class will help you understand misophonia and effective management techniques. Current treatment options will also be discussed.