About Misophonia Online

The website was launched in May 2007 and is actively maintained by Paul N. Dion. Paul has had personal involvement with misophonia for several decades. He has a background in occupational therapy and social work. In addition, Paul owns and operates a successful incentive travel business. In the past, he operated fine art galleries in both Barre and Worcester, Massachusetts.

As a misophonia advocate, Paul has initiated and supported many misophonia awareness projects. In 2016, he was an executive producer of the 2016 production of Quiet Please… (a documentary on misophonia by Jeffrey Scott Gould / Action Media Productions).

Different media organizations have interviewed Paul. (NPN Media, VICE Media, and WTOP Washington, D.C.) and he has advised researchers on ways to contact people and carry out their project objectives.

This website is part of a trio of interconnected misophonia awareness/support projects. The three components are: an informational website, a message board and a Facebook support group. All these projects receive regular updates.

The content on this website comes from many different sources. It is tightly connected to real-time data collection from thousands of people who actually have the disorder. Information comes in from monthly online surveys, comments and discussions found in the Misophonia Support Forum (message board). Also from feedback left in the What misophonia means to you inquiry and discussions from the Facebook Support Group (which has over 14,000 members – as of April 2017),

misophonia.com is about awareness