I am a cultural psychologist with a PhD/PsyD in Clinical Psychology. I am currently a British Academy postdoctoral fellow, stationed in the Division of Psychiatry at University College London, UK. My research explores the impact of counter-terrorism's expansion in health settings and its impact on British Muslim mental health access. Other research interests revolve around the cultural and political dimensions of mental health (theory and intervention) at the intersection of cultural psychology and medical anthropology. I teach on the impact of culture, religion, politics, globalisation and psychologisation on psychological interventions.
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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