Certificate of Achievement

Mary Templeman Hogg - O'Rourke

has completed the following course:

Understanding Muslim Mental Health

Cardiff University

In this course, learners were introduced to some of the distinctive ways in which Muslims understand, and experience, mental health problems. Learners considered how they would use this understanding to provide better mental health support for Muslims.

4 weeks, 5 hours per week

Educators

Professor Sophie Gilliat-Ray

Cardiff University

Dr Asma Khan

Cardiff University

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Identify some of the distinctive ways in which Muslims may experience mental health problems
  • Develop an understanding of why experiences of mental health problems can vary between different groups of Muslims
  • Explore the impacts of Islamic beliefs and practices on mental health
  • Evaluate the inclusion of spiritual or religious factors in existing holistic frameworks for understanding mental health problems when working with Muslim individuals and communities
  • Reflect upon how mainstream health and social care practitioners might create conditions or environments where Muslims can feel comfortable talking about faith in a mental health context
  • Reflect upon how Muslim practitioners might create conditions or environments where Muslims can feel comfortable talking about mental health problems in a faith context

Syllabus

  • Introduction to the course and Muslim worldview
  • Muslim Experiences of Mental Health
  • Common Mental Health Problems Among Muslims
  • What is ‘recovery’, and who can help?

Issued on 14th June 2022

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Understanding Muslim Mental Health

Cardiff University