Muslim Men - Mental Health Seminar

The Karima Foundation is proud to support the Heart of Bucks initiative in suicide prevention. The Muslim Men, Mental Health & Suicde conference will be challenging the stigma members of the BAME community have in regards to mental health. The conference will support you in understanding the Islamic viewpoints on practising good mental health as well as the challenges our community is currently facing. It will be followed by a extended Q&A session. 

This event is open to all to help tackle this important issue we are currently facing as a community. 

We will be joined by the following panelist 
Dr Abdallah Rothman has over 15 years experience as a counseling psychologist working with individuals, couples and youth in a variety of settings. He holds a Ph.D. in Physcology from Kingston University London and is the current head of Cambridge Muslim College 
Shaykh Sulayman Van Ael has held the position as  chaplain at three of the top universities in the United Kingdom. He also holds a Bachelors in Theology, and pr. Masters in Mental Care, and is completing a Bachelors in Psychosocial Counseling at NHA. He is a resident scholar at the Karima foundation, Khateeb at Kingston Masjid and Lecturer at the CMC
•  Maulana  Asim Ayub graduated from Darul Uloom Bury in 2016. He subsequently completed an undergraduate degree in economics from Brunel University and a Masters in economic history from the London School of Economics In recent times he has also carried out work related to the Muslim masculinity crisis in the UK.
Dr Syed Shah is a clinician with experience in multiple specialties including Mental Health, Emergency Medicine, Paediatrics, Geriatric Medicine and General Practice. He graduated in Medicine from the University of Warwick and also holds a Masters in Neuroscience.)


Event Date 29-May-2022 16:00
Event End Date 29-May-2022 18:00
Registration Start Date 12-May-2022
Capacity 100
Registered 12
Available place 88
Individual Price Free
Location Castlefield - High Wycombe


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