Islam and Mental Wellbeing

Interest in the issue of muslim mental health has burgeoned over the last few years, with conferences and courses becoming more common.

From university ISOCs and schools, to mosques and hospitals, more institutions are recognising the need to cater to the mental health needs of Muslim clients and requesting guidance and advice. However, those to whom they turn for answers – whether Imams or professionals – often feel overwhelmed and underqualified.

The IM Well Fellowship seeks to meet this challenge in a collaborative and supportive way. With years of experience in mental health, Islamic scholarship and the delivery of training and education, we seek to promote education, discussion and shared learning around the linked topics of Islamic Psychology and the muslim experience of mental health and distress.

We welcome you to a vital exploratory evening session on the subject of muslim mental health and the possibility of a support network for those involved in the delivery of care to clients.

Whether psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors, doctors, chaplains, teachers, you are warmly invited to this opening session.


Shaykh Dr Asim Yusuf
Shaykh Dr Daniel Jackson
Dr Hanan Hussein

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