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Counselling Service

When facing problems either marital trouble, financial difficulties, or otherwise many Muslims are reluctant to seek professional counselling. Some people consider it degrading or inappropriate to speak of one's troubles to others.

Nothing could be further from the truth. Islam teaches us to give good advice to others, and to offer guidance and support when needed. Friends, family, and Islamic leaders may be good listeners but are probably not trained to offer professional guidance and support.

Professional counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists offer mental health services which can help save a person's happiness, marriage, or life. Muslims should not feel reluctant to seek support if they feel that they cannot cope. These organizations can help; do not be afraid or ashamed to reach out for help.

The aim of counselling is by talking through your difficulties in a confidential setting you will have a clearer understanding of your situation and, be more able to take responsibility for the choices you make. There are many different types of counselling available but it depends on your individual situations, for example couple counselling - you would see relate.  You can be referred by your doctor through the NHS or simply speak to the mosque or through a friend to make an appointment.

Counselling is also available within your School/College or University.


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If you are still unable to find the help you require please email us and we will be more than willing to help.

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