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These Sounds are Driving Me Crazy!” CBT/DBT Strategies for Managing Sound Sensitivity Disorders - Presented by Dr. Jaelline Jaffe

  • 11 Jan 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 11:30 PM
  • 3333 Skypark Dr #200, Torrance, CA 90505

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  • 1.  “These Sounds are Driving Me Crazy!” CBT/DBT Strategies for Managing Sound Sensitivity Disorders

Millions of people in the US have a sound sensitivity disorder: Tinnitus, Misophonia, or Hyperacusis. These conditions can develop in childhood or later in life, and can lead to extreme anxiety, depression, frustration, rage, family conflicts, isolation, and even suicidal thoughts or behaviors. This session will provide an introduction to these conditions and to an effective protocol developed by the presenter for treating and managing these sometimes debilitating disorders.

  • 2.  Intermediate level
  • 3.  Learning Objectives – Participants will:
  • a)   Define/distinguish 3 types of sound sensitivity disorders.
  • b)   Engage in 5 or more CBT/DBT strategies for treatment.
  • c)   Give an example of a story or metaphor that can be used to assist in treatment.
  • 4.  Jaelline Jaffe, PhD, LMFT, was licensed in 1976. After 20 years working with individuals and couples, she developed a medical condition that later led to her creating Lemon-Aid Counseling, assisting others with the emotional and relational aspects of their medical issues. Eventually, an audiologist asked her to work with his tinnitus patients, and she then broadened her practice to the recently identified condition known as misophonia. Since 2012, Dr. Jaffe has presented at virtually every conference held on this subject, both for professionals and patients, and her fulltime private practice is now about 75% sound sensitivity issues.




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