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The Tinnitus Practitioners Association is pleased to present the


1st Annual International Misophonia Conference


Merideth Eldridge
Tinnitus Practitioners Association
Event Location

Marriott Phoenix Mesa

200 North Centennial Way

Mesa, AZ 85201


Special Group Guest rates are $134.00 per night

(Hotel room rates are subject to applicable state and local taxes).

Complimentary wifi in all guest rooms 

Complimentary parking for all guests

Complimentary State of the Art Fitness Center

Reservations: The room block is  available until January 28, 2013. Hotel will continue to accept room requests from Group attendees after the cut off date at the prevailaing rate, subject to availability. 

All attendees must make their own hotel and travel arrangements.

Click here to make hotel reservations.

Or call 1-800-266-9432 (Tinnitus Practitioners Group)

Travel Information:

Airport: Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (approximately 11 miles from hotel)

Transportation to Hotel:

Super Shuttle: $17.00 per person (discount for roundtrip booking)

Light Rail: $1.75 one way (take to Sycamore stop, located less than 2 miles from the hotel. Contact the hotel and they will provide complimentary transportation to/from the Sycamore location)

If you will be arriving the evening before the conference starts (Thursday) there will be a casual welcome reception. Details emailed to attendees at a later date.

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Professionals Conference

                       Friday, Febr 22        8 am to 5 pm MST (CEU event)

                       Saturday, Febr 23    8 am to 12 noon MST  (CEU event)

                       Saturday, Febr 23    1 pm- 4 pm MST (additional speakers, open forum)

Conference  Abstract

 The purpose of the conference program is to provide advanced education for audiologists and professionals who have a sincere interest in working with patients who suffer from misophonia and wish to include misophonia treatment services in their practices.  The two day seminar will present demographics, review of case histories and proposed evaluation procedures.  Current theories and treatment options will be presented. It is recommended that attendees have neurophysiology and sound sensitivity education and experience.  Recommended reading can be requested by email:

Due to lower than expected public participation, we have cancelled the public portion of the program.  However, we will expand the professionals program through Saturday afternoon.  See below for the new time ordered outline. 


Natan Bauman, Ed.D., M.S., Eng

Jennifer Gans, Psy.D.

Marsha Johnson, Au.D.

Bios available on the TPA website: www.tinnitus

Learner Outcomes:

  • Define our current understanding of the history and demographics of the misophonic population
  • Analyze theoretical models for misophonia with treatment implications
  • Perform evaluations to determine health professionals referrals if necessary
  • Describe skills to communicate and work with mental health professionals to achieve treatment goals

Click here to view the Professional Conference Time Ordered Outline


Registration Information


Conference  Fees   Conference  fees are listed on the registration application which is found by clicking on the orange "Register Now" button below.  Fees cover the costs of food, course materials, facility fees and adminstrative costs.

To Register for the Course, click "Register Now".  Registration will not be complete until you hit submit and receive a confirmation message.

 The International Misophonia Conference for Professionals is  accredited by the American Academy of Audiology

for 1.0 CEUs Tier 1

Certificates of Conference Attendance will be available at the completion of the professional event.

The Tinnitus Practitioners Association is approved by the American Academy of Audiology to offer Academy CEUs for this activity. The program is worth a maximum of 1.0 CEUs. Academy approval of this continuing education activity does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures. Any views that are presented are those of the presenter/CE Provider and not necessarily of the American Academy of Audiology.

This Continuing Education activity represents 10 Tier 1 continuing education hours toward the American Board of Audiology recertification requirements.ABA logoAAA CEU Logo