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Therapeutically trained Muslim Faith Leaders’ experiences of Islamically-informed mental health support in the Muslim community

Farhana Maleque

Are you a BABCP-accredited therapist and a Muslim Faith Leader or a Muslim Community Leader?

Are you interested in taking part in a research study?


We are interested in learning more about Muslim Faith leaders' experiences of mental health support in the community. Sharing your expertise in this research will tremendously assist us in learning how best to support and work with Muslims in the community experiencing mental health difficulties.
We hope to hear from both male and female Muslim faith leaders inshaAllah.

*WHO CAN TAKE PART?*
Completed a higher level of Islamic Sciences Studies to fulfil the role of a Muslim Faith Leader*
Have formal secular mental health or therapeutic/ counselling training **
An adult (18 years and above); English speaking; UK resident
Occupy and worked within the community in a Muslim Faith/Community leader role for longer than a year
Have supported a Muslim community or congregation member for their emotional or mental health difficulties, lifestyle concerns and/or distressing circumstances.

*WHAT WILL TAKING PART INVOLVE?*
Taking part involves a 60-90 minute interview (online or in person) which will be audio or video recorded. Upon completion, you will receive £30 in vouchers.

*GET IN TOUCH*
If you would like to find out more, please contact Farhana Maleque (Trainee Clinical Psychologist and principal investigator): f.maleque@herts.ac.uk

Thank you for your time!

Study end date: 29 January 2024

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