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Dr. Rania Awaad
Psychiatry Prof . Director, Stanford Muslim Mental Health Lab. Clinical Director, Khalil Center Bay Area.Islamic Law & Theology Prof.@ dr.RaniaAwaad IG
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Stanford Muslim Mental Health Lab Nov 25
This winter quarter, Stanford students can enroll in seminar, PSYC 86Q. This class will offer students the opportunity to explore the causes of xenophobia and investigate the various ways different communities experience impacts from .
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Aasim I. Padela Nov 23
news news: conference Book and data from the Muslim ban!
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Dr. Rania Awaad Nov 23
Join us for this very important discussion hosted by and on the effects of on women Today, Monday 11/23 @ 2:30pm PST/5:30pm EST Tune into
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NCCMEducate Nov 23
Looking forward to this important conversation tonight!
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Dr. Rania Awaad Nov 21
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Dr. Rania Awaad Nov 20
Join Texas A&M and @stanfordMuslimmhlab Friday at 5:00pm PST/8pm EST for "Keeping your Mind in Mind: Self-Care in Islam" I'll be speaking about mental health within the Muslim context and teaching self-care tips using Islamic methods. Open to all! Link:
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Hamza Hussain (HHH) Nov 17
I remember Dr. Rania came to IFS and gave a talk about marriage. One of the most educational speeches I've ever heard, Masha'allah. بارك الله فيكم
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Stanford Muslim Mental Health Lab Nov 16
During these , it is important to from our . Here are some tips shared with us in her talk titled “Blurred Lines: Balancing Work, Family, and Social Life”.
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Stanford Muslim Mental Health Lab Nov 13
"Take some time to retreat. Little tiny mini retreats. They are already built into a Muslim's day. The five daily prayers." On disconnecting from the constant rush of daily, virtual life. "You need to retreat to stay balanced"
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Stanford Muslim Mental Health Lab Nov 13
"People who are natural caregivers are constantly giving to all who are around them that they eventually run on empty"
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Stanford Muslim Mental Health Lab Nov 13
"the essence of balance is understanding your priorities" On the key to living life holistically.
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Stanford Muslim Mental Health Lab Nov 13
that the Al-Kindi used to treat over a before the advent of Cognitive-Behavior !
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Khalil Center Nov 13
Join for this awesome, free webinar, in collaboration with , TONIGHT at 7:30 PM CST! Sign-up ASAP! 🔗
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Dr. Rania Awaad Nov 11
Very much looking forward to showcasing the incredibly rich historical and modern scholarly contributions of Muslim women Join us Thursday 11/12 6pm PST/ 9pm EST Register:
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Khalil Center Nov 9
Khalil Center focuses on training community leaders and scholars so that the work we do for mental health can reach as many people as possible. To this date, Khalil Center has trained more than 1,000 community leaders and Imams. Have you attended our First Responder Trainings?
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Mohsin Syed Nov 8
Replying to @DrRaniaAwaad
Shaykh NurAllah AbdulRahim (nephew of Shaykh Noreen): We, the family, invite everyone to come together in creating a support fund for the immediate family who were dependents and to build complex for students in his hometown.
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Khalil Center Nov 7
The emphasis on self-contemplation (tafakkur) has existed in the tradition for centuries. Famous companions, such as Sayyidina Omar (R), would constantly be doing Muhsabah (self-evaluation) of themselves to keep their egos in check. How has Tafakkur improved your life?
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Rabata Nov 7
"Let us emulate the Prophet ﷺ in showing love. 'Whoever does not show mercy will not be shown mercy.' Our entire Ummah will become better. Let us make the intention to embody his characteristics and traits after this 18hr experience." .
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Rabata Nov 7
"The Prophet ﷺ dealt with many marginalized invidiuals and people on the fringes. He made time to talk to and teach anyone, both men and women. This is why we have to learn about him to embody these traits. He" Dr.
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Rabata Nov 7
The Prophet ﷺ affirmed & validated mental illness. He didn't dismiss ppl, yet we find ourselves in a society in which shame & stigma are common for those who suffer. His sunnah was to take the time to speak to whoever approached him. Dr.
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