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Exploring the taboo of Muslim Anger - The individual, the community and the geopolitical: Understanding Anger and Muslims through Islamic Counsellin

  • Bath Royal Literary & Scientific Institute (BRLSI) 16-18 Queen Square Bath, England, BA1 2HN United Kingdom (map)

Sabnum Dharamsi & Abdullah Maynard

Islamic Counsellors and Islamic counselling trainers

This talk is an exploration of anger and how it is understood in the context of our model of Islamic Counselling and Islam. We consider the relevance of anger for psychological and spiritual development. Drawing on our work with clients and Islamic Counselling students, we also consider how contemporary geopolitical conflicts maybe being expressed in individual and group contexts. 

Sabnum Dharamsi co-founded Islamic Counselling, and leads on Training. She was Head Facilitator for ASK, a Sufi Academy, and convened the Islamic Counselling Module for Cambridge Muslim College’s Diploma.

Abdullah Maynard co-founded Islamic counselling, wrote the DoH Muslim Mental Health Scoping report and chairs the Lateef Project, the Islamic counselling service working with the NHS.

Tickets at the door only: £10 (refreshments included)