BY: Uzma Khan
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Summary of upcoming workshop
In November I will be presenting a workshop at this years Manchester Institute of Psychotherapy Conference on compassion – hope – forgiveness within the theraputic relationship.
The Islamic theory of personality based on Islamic concepts of the heart (Qalb), self (Nafs) and soul (Ruh) will be presented in relation to TA and mainstream psychotherapy. Highlighting resourceful ways of integrating TA concepts with Islamic Psychology to aid the therapeutic process to ‘open channels of communication’ when working with Muslim clients.
Emphasis will be on the relationship between the intrapsychic process, changing world events and global connectivity.
Aim of Workshop:
- For practitioners to gain a better insight when working with Muslim clients.
- Provide practical support and signposting opportunities for practitioners working with Muslim clients
- Promote inter-group Okness through awareness, discourse and dialogue.
Present partnership works is with Ihsaan (Ihsaan.org.uk) which is the first specialised psychotherapy and counselling service in Britain that provides psychological therapies compatible with Islamic psychology. This is a holistic integrative service that is language appropriate, culturally and spiritually sensitive and caters to the needs of Muslim clients suffering from mild to moderate mental health issues in Bradford and West Yorkshire.
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