Acculturation, Mental Health and a Renewal of Intentions
Our research statistics show approximately 25% of Naseeha’s helpline users reach out in hopes of seeking support that is in line with Islamic values. A lack of Islamic understanding and support by greater society can lead to Muslims with mental health challenges feeling isolated, and at times hanging on a thin spiritual thread.
As a Muslim helpline, we aim to have responsive strategies for supporting those experiencing these challenges in a manner that is principled, compassionate, and rooted in prophetic morals and values. Our featured guests include Naseeha’s curriculum instructors on prophetic counselling. Let us reflect on the Sidrat al-Muntaha as a symbol of strength, standing proud in the harshest of environments.
This tree has been a symbol of perseverance and nourishment across the ages, a yearning to be among those seven that are promised shade on the day of Judgement, a reminder that we cannot thrive without acknowledging our faith as overarching. Join us as we seek shade with Ustadh Amjad Tarsin, Shaykh Abdullah Misra, Dr. Yusra Ahmad and luminaries in this growing field in a venue embedded in nature and surrounded by trees.
Dinner will be served