Islamically Inspired Therapeutics

Course provides you knowledge and support on your self-discovery journey, so you can become more confident in application of Spiritual Psychology and Islamic spiritual teachings in your practice and daily life. If you are practitioner already, this course will rekindle for you the spiritual and religious roots in psychological self-care as well as share light on new methods of working with Muslim client. The seven-module programmed and interactive Face Book community introduces structured learning method of the Islamic Therapeutics philosophy and methodology for psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists. It encompasses module titles such as:

  • Islamic Counselling Introduction,

  • Therapeutic process,

  • Islamic Model of the Self,

  • Islamic Psychology,

  • Islamic therapeutics,

  • Qualities of the counsellor,

  • Modalities and Integration,

  • Business Essentials.

You can deepen and embody your knowledge on aetiology of Islamic Counselling, Ghazali’s Model of the Self, Islamic Psychology nuances, Islamic therapeutics, Integration of different models as well as revisit quilts of a Muslim counsellor and consider your style of professional growth and build own business plan.

Course’s content is based on clinical practice and academic research and is designed in a form of intensive and empirical learning modules. You will find that course is filled with power points, research articles, interviews and motivational videos. From a day 1 this material will empower and motivate you to commit to practical use of Islamic Therapeutics. The main benefit of this course is that you can revisit the material in your life style changes in the comfort of your own house and receive lifelong support of Face Book Islamically Inspired Therapeutics Community. In the Face Book group you will have a chance to interact with like-minded practitioners or students, tutor and take part in regular webinars, where you can share your professional concerns. This qualification is now recognised by International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM) .

Course curriculum

Welcome

  • Aetiology
  • Theory basis
  • Client’s DNA
  • Sins
  • Taskiya versus Mental Iill
  • Tarabiya and Adab
  • Aql
  • Jism – temperaments & individual differences
  • Fitra
  • Nafs
  • Qalb
  • Trials & Tribulations
  • Punishment & Reward
  • Sabr & Shukur
  • Tawba & Shaming
  • Tawwakul
  • 5 Pillars
  • 6 articles of faith: including Sihr.
  • Names of Allah
  • Stories of the prophets
  • Quran & Sunnah
  • Modeling & Core conditions
  • Skills & Practice
  • Mirroring & Transferance
  • Person Centred
  • CBT
  • Family Therapy
  • Be Charge- Wise
  • Networking
  • Qualifications & CPD
  • Find your calling
  • Market your service
  • Discover your niche
  • Interview with Mind Works
  • Interview with Women’s Consortium
  • Articles

Description

This course is based on clinical practise and academic research and answers primarily the question about Islamic Therapeutics. Program is designed in a form of intensive and empirical learning modules , it is filled with power points, research articles, interviews and motivational videos. You will be inspired with recent discoveries in Spiritual Psychology and Islamically Inspired Therapeutics.. This course will rekindle for you the spiritual and religious roots in psychological self care as well as share light on new methods of working with Muslim client. You can revisit the material in your life style changes in the comfort of your own house and support of Face Book health aware community.

Course Benefits

Testimonials

“I found this course very useful and thorough. Many points and references were very valuable and informative. I appreciate that presentation was sensitive and practical at the same time. In particular I enjoyed learning how spiritual and scientific facts can be relative to wholeness of human being. Ayishah – it was a breath of fresh air! I would definitely recommended to all. ”

Teacher

Moona Akhtar

“Breath of fresh air. Pleasantly surprised. Thought provoking. Insightful. Ayisah is very welcoming and friendly. I must admit there was a lot to take, but I had learnt a lot in terms of what it takes to be an (inner) counsellor. You have to work with all of you being – heart, head, emotions, thoughts and physicality. Left inspired and wanting to earn more. ”

Counsellor

Khadija Khan

“Ayishah you had put together an excellent presentation composed of smallest details of the Islamic counselling. specifically. I had gained a really good insight into the soul, the mechanics of human being and was allowed to explore my self in safe and loving environment. I have re-learnt and have been reminded of the skills we all possess but we forgotten. ”

Mental Health Practitioner

Ruksana Begum