Understanding Islamic Psychology
Islamic Psychology, often referred to as the "Science of the Self" is one perspective which offers a rich analysis of many aspects of personality and human behavior. How can an understanding of the Islamic concepts of mental health and healing be incorporated into a holistic counseling approach for Muslim clients? Tune in to this Healers Collective Google Hangout/Online Forum to find out!
Marwa Assar, Ed.M ~ Therapist & Doctoral Intern, Pharaon Consulting Group (Rutherford, NJ)
Ibrahim Long, MA ~ Muslim Chaplain, Youth Counselor & Islamic Studies Teacher ~ Edmonton Islamic Academy
Karim Serageldin, MA ~ Founder, Noor Psychology
Thursday May 21, 2015
6:30pmPST/9:30pmEST via Google Hangout.
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*The Healers Collective (THC) is an online forum for Muslim mental health professionals to connect and discuss pertinent issues impacting our community and profession from a clinical perspective. It offers an opportunity to network with colleagues, share innovative academic research, discuss clinical insights and therapeutic approaches and explore the impact of spirituality/religion, race and gender on professional identity and practice. THC is a Muslim Wellness Foundation Initiative.
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