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Five Findings from the 2017 Pew Report

  The Pew Research Center study “U.S. Muslims Concerned About Their Place in Society, but Continue to Believe in the American Dream” focused on a...

Narcissism Normalized

The normalization of narcissism has become a prevalent issue in society, one commonly displayed in a positive light in the media. Our culture celebrates...

Call for Papers

The Journal of Muslim Mental Health is a much-needed resource for professionals seeking to identify and explore the mental health care needs of Muslims...

Syria’s Children: Mental Health Implications 6 years on

The Syrian crisis has entered its seventh year. The country that once birthed the cradle of civilization is destroyed to a great extent and...

The IMMH Experience

Ahead of the 10th Annual Muslim Mental Health Conference, graduate student Samira Choudhury shares her experience working with IMMH: I was introduced to the work of...

Resources for Muslim Youth

Living in the digital age with a 24-hour news cycle and global political unrest makes it difficult for teenagers to unplug when tragedies occur....

I Am Your Psychiatrist, Not Your Sheikh

Let’s face it, being a Muslim mental health professional isn’t always easy. We often times deal with stigma from all around - from within...