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Note: If you are feeling disappointed, anxious, and/or worried about the current political climate in the U.S., then this may be a normal (and healthy) reaction. With time, perseverance, and positive action, things should get better.

However, if you are overwhelmed and have not been able to function at work, home, or your social life for a few weeks then please reach out to the following resources:

  1. To process or cope with the current political realties, your local community church, mosque, community center, and school/university may be hosting workshops and support groups
  2. If you feel like hurting yourself or others please contact the national suicide hotline (1-800-273-8255) or go to your nearest emergency room
  3. If you are an American Muslim and feel like you have been a victim of bigotry or hate please inform your local authorities (police) or contact the Council of American-Islamic Relations (www.CAIR.com) or Muslim Advocates (www.MuslimAdvocates.com).
  4. If you are overwhelmed emotionally and you are willing to see a professional and/or counselor you may go to www.PsychologyToday.com

If you insist on seeing a Muslim mental health professional then browse/search our directory or go to www.KhalilCenter.com

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The Journal of Muslim Mental Health  is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal and publishes articles exploring social, cultural, medical, theological, historical, and psychological factors affecting the mental health of Muslims in the United States and globally. The journal publishes research and clinical material, including research articles, reviews, and reflections on clinical practice. Click here to submit. 

The Institute of Muslim Mental Health is a non-profit organization dedicated to its CORE mission: Community Outreach, Research, and Education

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Our broad vision is the long-term mental health and well-being of Muslim communities supported through preventative interventions and education which is accessible, culturally relevant and academically sound.

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This directory is a very useful tool to help people find a counselor, therapist, psychologist, and/or psychiatrist throughout North America. However, this only serves as a directory. As an organization we do not endorse or guarantee that the mental health professionals listed will deliver appropriate services. Furthermore, if you or a loved one has a medical or psychological emergency, and may be a danger to yourself/themselves or others, then please call 911 and seek help immediately. This website does NOT serve as an emergency hotline and is not monitored daily. We pray this is a benefit to all who use it.

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