Useful information

 

(Please note that websites listed on this pages are outside the domain of www.psychologyandhealth.com.au. Responsibility for their content cannot be accepted).

 

 

Tinnitus

 

Websites

 

www.tinnitus.asn.au                                    The Australian Tinnitus Association

 

www.tinnitus.org.uk                                     The British Tinnitus Association

 

www.ata.org                                                   The American Tinnitus Association

 

www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk               A UK website with useful hearing loss and tinnitus information 

 

www.hearing.com.au                                   The Australian Hearing website

 

www.hyperacusis.net                                   The Hyperacusis Network, a self help resource for suffers with information and a messageboard

 

 

Books

 

Living with Tinnitus and Hyperacusis  by Dr L McKenna, Dr D Baguely and Dr D McFerran.  Sheldon Press, 2010

 

Tinnitus. A Self-Management Guide for the Ringing in Your Ears by  J Henry and P Wilson.  Allyn and Bacon.  2002

 

White paper

 

"Therapies to help with your tinnitus" : Produced by 'Action on Hearing Loss' in the U.K.  To view this paper, click here:

 

 

Disorders of Sound Intolerance: Hyperacusis, Misophonia and Phonophobia

 

Websites

 

www.hyperacusis.net                         The Hyperacusis Network, a self help resource for suffers with information and a messageboard

 

 'Misophonia in the Classroom: Students With a Decreased Sound Tolerance Disorder'      An article from Bright Hub Education

 

www.misophonia.com                       A US site with useful links and a web based support group for Misophonia sufferers

 

 

'The Chewing and the Fury: What if Small Everyday Sounds Ruined Your Life?'   Online article in New Republic.com

 

'Misophonia: The Hatred of Sound'   SMH Good Weekend newspaper article

 

Books

 

Living with Tinnitus and Hyperacusis  by Dr L McKenna, Dr D Baguely and Dr D McFerran.  Sheldon Press, 2010.

Dr Anna Kittle, Clinical Psychologist in Sydney. CBT Treatment and therapy for tinnitus. Managing disorders associated with hearing and sound intolerance e.g hyperacusis, misophonia and phonophobia.  There is presently no established  'misophonia' treatment . Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques can be used to help individuals manage these conditions.Dr Anna Kittle, Clinical Psychologist in Sydney. CBT Treatment and therapy for tinnitus. Managing disorders associated with hearing and sound intolerance e.g hyperacusis, misophonia and phonophobia. There is presently no established 'misophonia' treatment . Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques can be used to help individuals manage these conditions.