S7E24 - Sipora, LCSW
In this conversation, Sipora and Adeel discuss the topic of misophonia and the use of coherence therapy in its treatment. Sipora shares her personal journey with misophonia and how she became interested in helping others with the condition. They delve into the concept of memory consolidation and how it relates to misophonia. Sipora explains the process of coherence therapy and its focus on emotional learning. They also touch on the role of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) in misophonia treatment. The conversation concludes with a discussion on the importance of nervous system regulation and self-care in managing misophonia. In this conversation, Adeel and Sipora discuss the complexity of misophonia and the potential for healing. They explore the concept of multiple memories and schemas, highlighting the need to heal all inner children and schemas associated with misophonia. The conversation delves into different therapeutic techniques, including coherence therapy and EMDR, as well as the potential of medications like propranolol. They challenge the concept of misophonia as a permanent disability and emphasize the brain's ability to change. The conversation concludes with a discussion on the importance of personal work and the ongoing journey of understanding and managing misophonia.
- Coherence therapy is a treatment approach that focuses on memory consolidation and emotional learning.
- Misophonia can be a complex condition with different triggers and responses for each individual.
- Nervous system regulation and self-care are important factors in managing misophonia.
- Other therapies, such as neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and internal family systems (IFS), may also be helpful in treating misophonia. Misophonia can be a complex condition with multiple memories and schemas associated with it.
- Healing all inner children and schemas is crucial in addressing misophonia and complex trauma.
- Different therapeutic techniques, such as coherence therapy and EMDR, can be effective in treating misophonia.
- The brain has the ability to change, and misophonia is not necessarily a permanent disability.