Khalil Center conducts its first-ever online intensive on Traditional Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy in collaboration with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and Turkey’s Ibn Haldun University.

Khalil Center worked with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) and Turkey’s Ibn Haldun University to launch a joint 6-part Continuing Education (CE) training program on Traditional Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy (TIIP).  The course was open to therapists, clinicians, students, and researchers within the field of psychology. 

The sessions were conducted by various faculty members of the Khalil School of Islamic psychology featuring a robust set of topics such as OCD-scrupulosity treatment, roles of dreams in mental health, and the works of classical scholars such as Imam Al-Ghazali. These training sessions were APA  sponsored for CE and the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) for California social workers and counselors. The course drew global engagement, attendance surpassing 400 members per session. Due to its high demand, the entire course is now available online at bit.ly/KC6Series

 

Date: October 15th – November 19th