6 Part CE Series on Traditional Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy (TIIP)
This six-part educational series is presented in partnership with the Counseling Psychology Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, The Khalil Center, and IBN Haldun University.
- Khalil Center and Ibn Haldun Staff/Students may use the code kcsibn2021 at check out to access the package or individual sessions for free.
- Students outside of Khalil Center/Ibn Haldun/TCSPP can use the code kcsstudent at check out access the package purchase for $45 or individual sessions for $10.
Understanding the Mental Health Needs of Muslims & Emerging Islamically Integrated Psychotherapies presented by Dr. Rania Awaad and Dr. Abdallah Rothman
A Glimpse into the Living Islamic Tradition: Reading Abū Zayd al-Balkhī and Imām al-Ghazalī in light of Modern Psychology presented by Prof. Dr. Recep Şentürk and Dr. Asim Yusuf
Introducing Traditional Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy (TIIP): Foundations of an Islamic Orientation to Psychotherapy presented by Dr. Hooman Keshavarzi
Traditional Islamically Integrated (TIIP) Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Scrupulosity (Waswasa) in Muslim Patients presented by Dr. Hooman Keshavarzi and Dr. Fahad Khan
The Role of Dreams in Islamically Integrated Mental Health Practice presented by Dr. Khalid Elzamzamy
The Intersection of Islamic Jurisprudence and Mental Health: A Collaborative Care Model for Islamic Clergy and Mental Health Professionals presented by Mawlana Bilal Ali