Psychology from an Islamic Perspective

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Psychology-related articles from an Islamic perspective

Islamic Psychology

Journal for Muslim Mental Health

 


Publications

Contemplation: an Islamic Psychospiritual Study
By Malik Badri (2000)ISBN: 1565642678

Purification of the Heart
Signs, Symptoms and Cures of the Spiritual Diseases of the Heart
By Hamza Yusuf
Starlatch Press USA
2004
ISBN: 1-929694-15-6

Human Nature in Islam
By Yasein Mohamed
A.S.Noordeen Publishers KL Malaysia
1998
ISBN;983-065-063-4

Survival Tips for Parents of Muslim Teenagers
By Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood
Rightway Publications Delhi India
2001
ISBN;81-87385-65-0

 


Interest Group Presentations  

 


Sufism Books

Theory “I”. The Unlimited Vision of Leadership
by Nader Angha, Pir, Oveyssi.Riverside, CA (USA). M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi Publications, 2002 (ISBN: 0-910735-58-1)

Sufism and Peace
by Molana Salaheddin Ali Nader Shah Angha, Pir Oveyssi.Washington, D.C. USAM.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi Publications, 1996 (ISBN: 0- 910735-96-4).

Sufism: A Bridge Between Religions
by Nader Angha, Pir Oveyssi. Martinez, CA (USA) M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi Publications, 2002. (ISBN: 0-910735-55-7

Sufism. The Reality of Religion
by Molana Salaheddin Ali Nader Shah Angha, Pir Oveyssi.Riverside, CA (USA) M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi Publications, 2000 (ISBN 0-910735-80-8)

Sufism and Psychology
by Lynn Wilcox , PH.D.Chicago,IL. (USA) ABJAD Book Designers and Builders, 1995 (ISBN: 1-871931-47-8)

The Art of Sufi Healing
by Linda O’Riordan, R.N. Washington, D.C. (USA) M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi Publications, 1999 (ISBN 0-910733-63-8)

Women and the Holy Quran: A Sufi Perspective
by Lynn Wilcox, Ph.D.Riverside, CA (USA)M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi Publications, 1998 (ISBN: 0-910735-65-4)

Sufism: The Science of theSoul
Vol 1, Number 1& 2. A Journal of the Sufi Psychology Association (SPA).

 


Titles from the Australian Society of Islamic Psychology Conference, 2002

Talks by Professor Malik Badri

  1. Psychology: Its 'why', its 'what', its 'how', and its 'who' (includes the opening of the conference).
  2. Parapsychological phenomena from an Islamic Perspective.
  3. An Islamic conception of Human Nature and its influence on the Medical and psychotherapeautic endeavours of early Muslim scholars and physicians.
  4. Psychotherapy from an Islamic perspective.
  5. The advantages of an Islamically-oriented preventative strategy to HIV/AIDS.
  6. How Non-Muslim and Muslim Counsellors can help their Muslim clients.
  7. Developing a morally sound Muslim youth.
  8. Spirituality and psychological health from an Islamic perspective.

Islam and Psychology members can borrow these resources, and they can be posted out. Please email shehzi@optushome.com.au.