Education

We have developed courses and models to train Imams, Islamic chaplains, and community leaders to recognize severe mental illness, refer to appropriate professionals, and offer basic supportive counseling. For more information of courses our members teach as well as other mental health professional provide see below:

 

Instructors

Institution & Course

Description

Dates

Hamada Altalib, DO, MPH Yale University & Institute for Muslim Mental Health Online cultural competency training. Continuing medical education credits (2.0 AMA Category 1 Credit) for physicians. Psychologists, social workers, and other professionals may acquire credit per their state licensure policies. ongoing

Hamada Altalib, DO, MPH &  Hooman Keshavarzi, PsyD

Mental Health from Islamic Tradition. Hartford Seminary

Online course may be taken as part of Masters degree program or may be audited  Spring 2015

Hooman Keshavarzi, PsyD

American Islamic College

Onsite program.   Pending

Hamada Altalib, DO, MPH

Intro Counseling Muslims. Bayan Claremont Institute

Hybrid Intensive Course. Ten days of live instruction and semester of online instruction. may be taken as part of Masters degree program or may be audited

 Fall 204

Kameelah Mu'Min Rashad, M.Ed, MRPYC

Muslim Wellness Foundation

Mental Health First Aid workshops arranged with instructor  Variable

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Our broad vision is the long-term mental health and well-being of Muslim communities supported through preventative interventions and education which is accessible, culturally relevant and academically sound.

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This directory is a very useful tool to help people find a counselor, therapist, psychologist, and/or psychiatrist throughout North America. However, this only serves as a directory. As an organization we do not endorse or guarantee that the mental health professionals listed will deliver appropriate services. Furthermore, if you or a loved one has a medical or psychological emergency, and may be a danger to yourself/themselves or others, then please call 911 and seek help immediately. This website does NOT serve as an emergency hotline and is not monitored daily. We pray this is a benefit to all who use it.

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