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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

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Therapeutic nature of Dua (Prayer)

“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

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Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

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Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

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Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

ISIP Tarbiyah Lecture | Raising Leaders in Islam by Dr. Fatima Cheikh (Summary)

Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

Disordered Thinking: The Heart of Eating Disorders

by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

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In April 2024, ISIP had the honour of hosting Dr. Kenza Saadi for Our International [...]

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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

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Therapeutic nature of Dua (Prayer)

“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

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Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

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Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

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Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

ISIP Tarbiyah Lecture | Raising Leaders in Islam by Dr. Fatima Cheikh (Summary)

Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

Disordered Thinking: The Heart of Eating Disorders

by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

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In April 2024, ISIP had the honour of hosting Dr. Kenza Saadi for Our International [...]

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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

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Therapeutic nature of Dua (Prayer)

“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

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Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

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Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

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Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

ISIP Tarbiyah Lecture | Raising Leaders in Islam by Dr. Fatima Cheikh (Summary)

Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

Disordered Thinking: The Heart of Eating Disorders

by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

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Islamic Art as Contemplative Art | ISIP Lecture By Dr. Kenza Saadi

In April 2024, ISIP had the honour of hosting Dr. Kenza Saadi for Our International [...]

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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

1 Comment

Therapeutic nature of Dua (Prayer)

“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

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Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

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Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

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Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

ISIP Tarbiyah Lecture | Raising Leaders in Islam by Dr. Fatima Cheikh (Summary)

Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

Disordered Thinking: The Heart of Eating Disorders

by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

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Islamic Art as Contemplative Art | ISIP Lecture By Dr. Kenza Saadi

In April 2024, ISIP had the honour of hosting Dr. Kenza Saadi for Our International [...]

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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

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Therapeutic nature of Dua (Prayer)

“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

2 Comments

Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

4 Comments

Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

7 Comments

Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

ISIP Tarbiyah Lecture | Raising Leaders in Islam by Dr. Fatima Cheikh (Summary)

Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

Disordered Thinking: The Heart of Eating Disorders

by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

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Islamic Art as Contemplative Art | ISIP Lecture By Dr. Kenza Saadi

In April 2024, ISIP had the honour of hosting Dr. Kenza Saadi for Our International [...]

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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

1 Comment

Therapeutic nature of Dua (Prayer)

“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

2 Comments

Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

4 Comments

Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

7 Comments

Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

ISIP Tarbiyah Lecture | Raising Leaders in Islam by Dr. Fatima Cheikh (Summary)

Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

Disordered Thinking: The Heart of Eating Disorders

by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

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Islamic Art as Contemplative Art | ISIP Lecture By Dr. Kenza Saadi

In April 2024, ISIP had the honour of hosting Dr. Kenza Saadi for Our International [...]

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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

1 Comment

Therapeutic nature of Dua (Prayer)

“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

2 Comments

Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

4 Comments

Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

7 Comments

Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

ISIP Tarbiyah Lecture | Raising Leaders in Islam by Dr. Fatima Cheikh (Summary)

Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

Disordered Thinking: The Heart of Eating Disorders

by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

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Islamic Art as Contemplative Art | ISIP Lecture By Dr. Kenza Saadi

In April 2024, ISIP had the honour of hosting Dr. Kenza Saadi for Our International [...]

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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

1 Comment

Therapeutic nature of Dua (Prayer)

“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

2 Comments

Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

4 Comments

Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

7 Comments

Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

ISIP Tarbiyah Lecture | Raising Leaders in Islam by Dr. Fatima Cheikh (Summary)

Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

Disordered Thinking: The Heart of Eating Disorders

by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

2 Comments

Islamic Art as Contemplative Art | ISIP Lecture By Dr. Kenza Saadi

In April 2024, ISIP had the honour of hosting Dr. Kenza Saadi for Our International [...]

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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

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“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

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Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

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Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

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Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

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Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

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by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

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Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

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ISIP Lecture: Healing Trauma: The Story of the Beloved Rasulullah SAW

Self-care is a Sunnah, and the Quran and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emphasise the importance of [...]

1 Comment

Therapeutic nature of Dua (Prayer)

“Verily your Lord is Generous and Shy. If His servant raises his hands to Him [...]

2 Comments

Beyond Expectations: A Muslim Woman’s Path to Fulfillment

In June 2024, ISIP had the honor of hosting Sister Hajira Firdouse, an esteemed therapist, [...]

4 Comments

Freudian Psycho-sexual Theory through the Lens of Islamic Perspectives

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosexual theory, originating from Sigmund Freud’s work, posits that human development [...]

7 Comments

Erickson’s Psycho-social Theory: An Islamic Perspective of the Theory

by Abubakar Haruna Introduction Psychosocial theory, pioneered by Erik Erikson, is a developmental theory that [...]

ISIP Tarbiyah Lecture | Raising Leaders in Islam by Dr. Fatima Cheikh (Summary)

Summary notes by Fathima Sameer The ongoing events in Gaza highlight the resilience and fortitude [...]

Disordered Thinking: The Heart of Eating Disorders

by Yousra Elhawary “What I want you to know is, there is no actual cure, [...]

2 Comments

Islamic Art as Contemplative Art | ISIP Lecture By Dr. Kenza Saadi

In April 2024, ISIP had the honour of hosting Dr. Kenza Saadi for Our International [...]