The Qur'an & Emotional Health: An Introduction The Qur'an & Emotional Health: An Introduction

The Qur'an & Emotional Health: An Introduction

Ezra Hewing and Others
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Publisher Description

The Qur'an & Emotional Health: An Introduction is a unique and accessible resource, designed to meet the emotional health and mental wellbeing needs of Muslims.

Following precedents established in the Qur'an and the Hadith - teachings attributed to the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) - the booklet draws upon the rich heritage of Islamic psychology and modern knowledge about the givens of human nature. 

By outlining emotional and mental health needs in an Islamic context, it also supports health and social care professionals to work more effectively with Muslims and Muslim communities. 

The booklet contains clear information, advice and guidance on:


The importance of Emotional Wellbeing in the Qur'an

 Speaking to your GP

 Medical terms and what they mean: stress & anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD and more

 Practical advice and guidance on securing emotional wellbeing

 Your Emotional Needs & Resources

 Healing the nafs - the self - with practical steps and techniques

 A glossary of technical terms for non-Muslims health care professionals

What people have said about 'The Qur'an & Emotional Health: An Introduction':

'Until now, there has been very little bringing mental health and Islam together in this format.'

Service manager working within Muslim communities

'A good opener to any therapeutic intervention. An excellent educational resource for all.'

Integrative counsellor and group facilitator

'The resources and tools in the booklet give me an invaluable 'foot in the door' for working more effectively.' Caring services worker

The Qur'an & Emotional Health: An Introduction has been produced in partnership between Suffolk Mind (Registered Charity No. 1003061) and Ipswich & Suffolk Muslim Council. All proceeds support the project aims of good mental health and wellbeing for Muslims and Muslim communities.

Health & Well-Being
22 May
Suffolk Mind