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AJ Swiecinska

I like to think of myself as an Islamic therapist working within integrative philosophy. My core modality is Islamic Counselling and Psychotherapy as well as Integrative

Birmingham, England, United Kingdom

Dr. Merih Bektas Fidan

Muslim therapist, Muslim psychologist, Muslim counsellor, Culture and Faith Sensitive counselling Clinical supervisor, academic supervisor, coach, mentor

Birmingham, England, B13, United Kingdom

Sophia Khan, MBACP
London, England, United Kingdom

Tazreen Chowdhry MBACP

The best part of my job is I get the honour to walk alongside my client throughout their healing journey, I love to see my clients at the other side of the rainbow where

London, England, United Kingdom

Nasrin Khanom

I am an integrative child, adolescent and adult counsellor which means I use a variety of models within counselling and therapy to adapt to my client’s needs as I don’t believe one size fits all. Counselling can be a daunting and overwhelming step to take but it can also be incredibly rewarding and brave. I understand how nerve racking it can be and in some communities it can be taboo or stigmatising, so my main focus is on creating a confidential space for the person in front of me and reassuring them that they are in a safe space. Depending on your needs – which you may or may not know, that’s ok – we will take an approach that suits you. As mentioned previously, I chose an integrative model of training so that I can tailor it to my clients’ individual needs – this can be anything from childhood wounds to relationship difficulties or anxiety about a specific issue. (Some of my areas of work are listed below). In addition to talking therapy, I am fond of using art and creativity as it is a powerful medium to unlock pain and explore difficult life events, often trapped in our subconscious. This can take the form of writing/journaling, drawing, a piece of music, poetry, anything that creatively calls to you as a form of expression – and you don’t have to be ‘good at it’ to use it!

London, England, United Kingdom

Jodie Wozencroft-Reay

An experienced psychotherapist using cognitive behaviour therapy, compassion focused therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy within an Islamic Psychology framework.

Congleton, England, CW12, United Kingdom

Nadir Khan

Individual, Couples, Family & Systemic Psychotherapist in private practice and co-founder of the Communities of Practice initiative at the Institute of Family Therapy.

Weybridge, England, United Kingdom

Yasmin Watson

We offer a range of wellbeing services including online courses and faith-based therapy for Muslim women and children. We are based in the UK but anyone can access our

Henley-on-Thames, England, RG9, United Kingdom

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