Resource Directory

The following is a compilation of resources for both mental health professionals, educators, community leaders, and families. If you would like to suggest or add any resources to our directory please email us at:

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Continuing Medical Education

In collaboration with the Yale School of Medicine, we now offer 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ Continuing Medical Education credits. The online program is self-paced.  Psychologists, social workers, and other health care professionals are also eligible for continuing education credits depending on the state licensing policy.

Educational Resources

Brochures & Booklets

Mental Health & Muslim Communities

Infographics & Posters

Organizations & Institutions

The Family and Youth Institute (The FYI)

The Family and Youth Institute strengthens and empowers individuals, families, and communities through research and education efforts that promote positive youth development, healthy marriages, effective parenting, and mental health and well being.

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Muslim Wellness Foundation

Our aim is to address the glaring mental health disparities present by engaging community members, health professionals, and religious leaders in conversation to improve mental health literacy, stigma reduction, help-seeking behavior and access to culturally competent services.

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Khalil Center

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

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Center for Muslim Mental Health & Islamic Psychology

Using the collaborative model, CMMHIP explores innovative ideas to help the greater community expand its reach in mental health using technology adding to the systems that already exist with culturally appropriate services with a stretch goal of also including language appropriate services.

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Mental Health 4 Muslims

It started with the hopes of providing information about mental health issues that is both clinically supported and Islamically sound. She works with a wide variety of Muslims from different backgrounds and knows firsthand how important such a service is to our community.

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 Islamic Counselling

Islamic counselling is centred in the understanding that people matter; as such it is deeply spiritual and therefore personal. There are many different models of counselling, and even different versions of Islamic Counselling, but our Islamic counselling is based on the truth that there is more to human beings than what's on the surface.

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