Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on google

Recommended Reading List for Islamically Integrated Psychology

Recommended Reading List for Islamically Integrated Psychology

Books on Traditional Islamic Psychology from Islamic tradition

  • Al-Razi, A. (2007). Razi’s Traditional Psychology (A.J. Arberry Trans.). Kazi Publications Inc.
  • Al-Balkhi, A. (2013). Abu Zayd Al-Balkhi’s Sustenance of the Soul: The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of a Ninth Century Physician (M. Badri Trans.). Malaysia: International Institute of Islamic Thought.
  • Mishkawayh, A. (2003). Refinement of Character (C.K. Zurayk Trans.). Kazi Publications Inc.
  • Ghazali, A. (2014). Mukhtasar Ihya Ulum Ad-Din. (M. Khalaf Trans.). Lypia/Nikosia, Cyprus: Spohr Publishers.
  • Birgivi, I. (2005). The Path of Muhammad: A Book on Islamic Morals and Ethics. (S.T. Bayrak Trans.). Bloomington, Indiana: World Wisdom.
  • Khan, I.M. (2005). The Path to Perfection. Santa Barbara, California: White Thread Press.
  • Al-Qayyim, I. (2013). Trials and Tribulations. Birmingham, United Kingdom: Daar us-Sunnah Publishers.
  • Al-Qayyim, I. (1990). The Soul’s Journey After Death. (L. Mabrouk Trans.) London, United Kingdom: Dar Al-Taqwa Publishers
  • Waliullah, S. (2005). Hujjat Allah Al-Baligha. (M.K Hermansen Trans.). Delhi, India: Kitab Bhavan Publishers
  • Abdus-Salam, I. (2004). Trials and Tribulations: Wisdom and Benefits. Birmingham, United Kingdom: Daar us-Sunnah Publishers

Books on Islamic Psychology from an Academic Perspective

  • Utz, A. (2011). Psychology from the Islamic perspective. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: International Islamic Publishing House.
  • Haque, A., & Mohamed, Y. (Eds.). (2009). Psychology of personality: Islamic perspectives. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Cengage Learning Asia.
  • Badri, M. (1979). The dilemma of Muslim psychologists. London: MWH London Pub- lishers.
  • Badri, M. (2000). Contemplation. Richmond, VA: Institute of Islamic Thought
  • Badri, M. (2013). Translation and annotation of Abu Zayd al-Balkhi’s Sustenance of the Soul. Richmond, VA: International Institute of Islamic Thought.
  • Rajab, A. (2015). The Medieval Islamic Hospital: Medicine, Religion and Charity. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press
  • Koenig, H.G., & Al-Shohaib, S., (2014) Health and Well-being in Islamic Societies: Background, Research and Applications.New York City, NY: Springer Publishing Company
  • Pargament, K. I. (2007). Spiritually integrated psychotherapy: Understanding and addressing the sacred. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Pargament, K. I. (1997). The psychology of religion and coping: Theory, research, practice. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
  • Frager, R. (1999). Heart, self, & soul. Wheaton, IL: Theosophical Publishing.
  • Chishti, H.G.M. (1985). The Book of Sufi Healing. Rochester, Vermont: Inner Traditions and Bear Company
  • Chaleby, K. (2001).  Forensic Psychiatry in Islamic Jurisprudence. Herndon, VA: The International Institute of Islamic Thought.
  • Rasool, G. (2015). Islamic Counselling: An Introduction to Theory and Practice. New York, NY: Routledge
  • Richards, P. S., & Bergin, A. E. (2004). Casebook for a spiritual strategy in counseling and psychotherapy. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Richards, P. S., & Bergin, A. E. (2005). A spiritual strategy for counseling and psychotherapy (2nd ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Kobeisy, A. N. (2004). Counseling American Muslims: Understanding the Faith and Helping the People. Westport, CT: Praeger Publisher
  • Usmani, M. T. (2001). Spiritual discourses. Karachi, Pakistan: Darul Ishat.
  • Pargament, K. I. (1997). The psychology of religion and coping. New York, NY: Guilford.
  • Al-Issa (Ed.), Al-Junun: Mental illness in the Islamic world (pp. 277–293). Madison, CT: International Universities Press.
  • Ahmed, S., & Amer, M. M. (2012). Counseling Muslims: Handbook of Mental Health Issues and Interventions. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Ansari, S. T. (2007). Alternative healing: The Sufi way. New York: Ansari.
  • Ciarrocchi, J.W., Koenig, H.G., Pearce, M.J., Schechter, D., & Vasegh, S. (2014). Religious Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Muslim Version): 10 Session Treatment Manual for Depression in Clients with Chronic Physical Illness. Tehran, Iran: Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences

Contemporary Arabic Books focused on Islamic Psychology

  • al-Mahazaa, K.A.R. (2013) Ahkam Mareed al-nafs fi fiqh al-Islamiyyah.  Dar al-Samiya
  • Ibn Awf, A., Ibn Awf, A. (2016). Al-ahkam al-fiqhiyyah l-il-amrad al-nafsiyyah wa turuqu elajiha.  Wizarat al-awqaafi wa al-shu’uni al-Islamiyyah: Dawlat al-Qatar.
  • Saeed, R., al-Thuhuri, A.  (2017). Al-Wiqayatu min al-Dughuti wa al-amradi al-nafsiyyah fi Sunnah al-nabawiyyah.  Dar al-Samiya.

Academic Articles on Islamic Psychology

  • Abu-Raiya, H. (2015). Working with religious Muslim clients: A dynamic, Quranic- based model of psychotherapy. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 2(2), 120-133. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/scp0000068
  • Abu-Raiya, H., & Pargament, K. I. (2010). Religiously integrated psychotherapy with Muslim clients: From research to practice. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 41(2), 181-188. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0017988
  • Abu-Raiya, H., Pargament, K. I., Mahoney, A., & Stein, C. (2008). A psychological measure of Islamic religiousness: Development and evidence for reliability and validity. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 18(4), 291-315. http:// dx.doi.org/10.1080/10508610802229270
  • Ali, B. & Keshavarzi, H. (2016). Forensic Psychology in Islamic Jurisprudence. Oxford Encyclopedia of Islamic Bioethics.Al-Radi, O., & Mahdy, M. A. (1994). Group therapy: An Islamic approach. Integrative Psychiatry, 10, 106–109.
  • Awaad, R., & Ali, S. (2015). Obsessional disorders in al-Balkhi’s 9th century treatise: Sustenance of the body and soul. Journal of Affective Disorders, 180, 185-189. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2015.03.003
  • Campbell, D. T. (1975). On the conflicts between biological and social evolution and between psychology and moral tradition. American Psychologist, 30, 1103-1126.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Geranmayepour, S., & Chen, Z. (2014). Measuring Muslim spirituality: Relationships of Muslim experiential religiousness with religious and psychological adjustment in Iran. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 8(1), 77-94. http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/jmmh.10381607.0008.105
  • Hamdan, A. (2008). Cognitive restructuring: An Islamic perspective. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 3(1), 99-116. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15564900802035268
  • Haque, A. (1997). National seminar on islamization of psychology: Seminar report. Intellectual Discourse, 5(1), 88-92.
  • Haque, A. (2004). Psychology from Islamic perspective: Contributions of early Muslim scholars and challenges to contemporary Muslim psychologists. Journal of Religion & Health, 43(4), 357-377. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10943-004-4302-z
  • Haque, A. Khan, F., Keshavarzi, H. & Rothman, A. (2016). Integrating Islamic Traditions in Modern Psychology: Research Trends in Last Ten Years. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 10 (1), 75-100.
  • Haque, A., & Keshavarzi, H. (2012). Integrating indigenous healing methods in therapy: Muslim beliefs and practices. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health, 7(3), 297-314. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17542863.2013.794249
  • Hermansen, M. K. (1982). Shah Wali Allah’s arrangement of the subtle spiritual centers. Studies in Islam, 137-150.
  • Hodge, D. R. (2005). Social work and the house of Islam: Orienting practitioners to the beliefs and values of Muslims in the United States. Social Work, 50, 162–173.
  • Hodge, D. R., & Nadir, A. (2008). Moving toward culturally competent practice with Muslims: Modifying cognitive therapy with Islamic tenets. Social Work, 53, 31–41.
  • Hook, J. N., Worthington, E. L., Jr., Davis, D. E., Jennings, D. J., Gartner, A. L., & Hook, J. P. (2010). Empirically supported religious and spiritual therapies. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 66, 46–72.
  • Keshavarzi, H & Ali, B (2018). Islamic Perspectives on Psychological and Spiritual Well-being and Treatment, in H. S. Moffic,, J. Peteet, A. Hankir, R. Awaad, Islamophobia & Psychiatry: Recognition, Prevention, and Treatment (in press).
  • Keshavarzi, H. & Ali, B. (2018). Exploring the role of mental status & expert testimony in the Islamic Judicial process In A. Padela, Doctors & Jurists in Dialogue: Constructing the Field of Islamic Bioethics. In press.
Keshavarzi, H. & Khan, F. (2018). Outlining a case illustration of Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy In C. York al-Karam, Islamically Integrated
  • Keshavarzi, H., & Haque, A. (2013). Outlining a psychotherapy model for enhancing Muslim mental health within an Islamic context. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 23(3), 230-249. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10508619.2012. 712000
  • Khalily, M. T. (2012). Schema perpetuation and schema healing: A case vignette for schema focused therapy in Islamic perspective. Islamic Studies, 51(3), 327-336.
  • Khalily, M. T. (2012). Schema perpetuation and schema healing: A case vignette for schema focused therapy in Islamic perspective. Islamic Studies, 51(3), 327-336.
  • Kiymaz, S. (2002). Sufi treatment methods and philosophy behind it. Journal of the International Society for the History of Islamic Medicine, 1(2), 10􏰀16.
  • McCullough, M. E. (1999). Research on religion-accommodative counseling: Review and meta- analysis. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 46, 92-98. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/0022-0167.46.1.92
  • McMinn, M. R., Chaddock, T. P., Edwards, L. C., Lim, B. R. K. B., & Campbell, C. D. (1998). Psychologists collaborating with clergy. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 29, 564-570.
  • Oppenheimer, J. E., Flannelly, K. J., & Weaver, A. J. (2004). A comparative analysis of the psychological literature on collaboration between clergy and mental-health professionals—perspectives from secular and religious journals: 1970-1999. Pastoral Psychology, 53, 153-162.
  • Pargament, K. I. (1999). The psychology of religion and spirituality? Yes and no. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 9, 3-16.
  • Richards, P. S., & Worthington, E. L., Jr. (2010). The need for evidence-based, spiritually oriented psychotherapies. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 41, 363- 370
  • Richards, P. S, Sanders, P. W., Lea, T., McBride, J. A., & Allen, G. E. K. (2015). Bringing spiritually oriented psychotherapies into the health care mainstream: A call for worldwide collaboration. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 2(3), 169-179. DOI: 10.1037/scp0000082
  • Sanders, P. W., Richards, P. S., McBride, J. A., Lea, T., Hardman, R. K., & Barnes, D. V. (2015). Processes and outcomes of theistic spiritually oriented psychotherapy: A practice-based evidence investigation. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 2(3), 180-190. DOI: 10.1037/scp0000083
  • Worthington, E. L., Jr., Kurusu, T. A., McCullough, M. E., & Sandage, S. J. (1996). Empirical research on religion and psychotherapeutic processes and outcomes: A 10- year review and research prospectus. Psychological Bulletin, 119, 448-487. http:// dx.doi.org/10.1037/0033-2909.119.3.44
  • Worthington, E. L., Jr., & Sandage, S. J. (2001). Religion and spirituality. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 38, 473-478. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/0033- 3204.38.4.47
  • Yucel, S. (2009). Concept of shifa, healing, in the Qur’an and sunnah. Akademik Arastirmalar dergisi, 40, 225–235.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Khalil Center is a psychological and spiritual community wellness center advancing the professional practice of psychology rooted in Islamic principles.

join OUR mailing list

Twitter Feed

RT @DrRaniaAwaad: @WattsIdris @sarahradone @KhalilCenter Barak Allahu fik! It's on...

© 2019 Khalil Center. All Rights Reserved