I have a PhD/PsyD in Clincial Psychology from the Université du Québec à Montréal. Though my dissertation focused on the identity development of Western Muslims, over the years my personal and clinical research interests revolved around the historical development and cultural contextualization of mental illness and psychotherapy. I currently live in London, UK, stationed at UCL as an honorary research fellow funded by the Newton International Fellow (post-doctoral fellowship). My research here explores the impact of UK's anti-radicalisation policies on the British Muslim population and healthcare professionals who are enforced to catch 'pre-criminals' among Muslims.
The purpose of this site is twofold. First, it will serve as a hub for anyone seeking consultation for their suffering. For more information, please visit the 'online consultation' page above. Second, this site will double as a forum to reflect on our humanity– i.e. the psychological, social, philosophical and spiritual implications of our existence - via periodic articles. Significantly, my articles should not be read as guides towards spiritual or psychological excellence, but rather an exercise in inquisitiveness in the hopes of attaining wisdom, insight and understanding.
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