Dr. Ingrid Mattson: #Interfaith Event in #Edmonton

Dr. Ingrid Mattson was my first teacher when I attended Hartford Seminary's Islamic Chaplaincy program. At the time, I wasn't sure if it was the right school for me and was still on the fence about it. However, I was so impressed with her knowledge, academic rigor, and the way that she carries herself that … Continue reading Dr. Ingrid Mattson: #Interfaith Event in #Edmonton

Nurture Compassion #Ramadan2016

Join me this Ramadan for a weekly series on nurturing compassion for ourselves, our families and our communities. Each Sunday of Ramadan 12:30 - 1:30pm Boyle Street Community League 9538 103A Avenue, Edmonton Tarjuma emerges from our need to belong to a God-conscious, welcoming community that nourishes our longing for fellowship and spiritual cultivation. To … Continue reading Nurture Compassion #Ramadan2016

Outspoken: Stories on Mental Health

"Stories are...vessels for ancestors, memory, futures and laughter. They are the medium through which the divine is engaged...To state it more succinctly, stories are ceremony." — Mark Gonzales The Green Room invites you to join OUTSPOKEN, a monthly storytelling series that explores the intersections of faith, identity, social issues, and well-being. On Tuesday May 31, join … Continue reading Outspoken: Stories on Mental Health

Understanding Islamic Psychology: Join the Conversation

UNDERSTANDING ISLAMIC PSYCHOLOGY Philosophy, Approach and Intervention Description of Hangout 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 … Continue reading Understanding Islamic Psychology: Join the Conversation