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Muslim tradition in psychotherapy and modern trends

Syed Azhar Ali Rizvi

Muslim tradition in psychotherapy and modern trends

by Syed Azhar Ali Rizvi

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Published by Institute of Islamic Culture in Lahore, Pakistan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychotherapy -- Religious aspects -- Islam.,
  • Islam -- Psychology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [215]-227).

    StatementSyed Azhar Ali Rizvi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMLCS 93/11734 (R)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination227 p. ;
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2012884M
    LC Control Number90930070

    This paper is an attempt to provide foundational information about Islamic perspective of mental health and psychotherapy. It further highlights the historical contribution of Muslim philosophers and physicians to the field of psychotherapy. Instead, invite Muslim clients to engage in a religious conversation, Abu-Raiya and co-author Kenneth I. Pargament, PhD, of Bowling Green State University recommend in a article published in Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (Vol. 41, No. 2). Ask about Islam's role in clients' lives and what it means to them, for example.

    Islamic Political Thought: An Introduction contains 16 chapters adapted from arti-cles in The Princeton Encyclopedia of Islamic Political Thought, a reference work pub-lished in This volume, shorter and more streamlined than the parent work, presents broad, comprehensive discussions of central themes and core concepts. During the golden era of Islamic civilization, the Islamic scholars had discussed the concept of psychology, psychiatry, psychotherapy, and their relationship to mental health. For example, Abu Bakar Muhammad Zakaria Al-Razi ( CE) is the first Muslim physician who introduced the methods of psychotherapy and he had achieved a lot of success.

    1. Modernity is the quality of being modern, contemporary or up-to-date, implying a modern or contemporary way of living or thinking. Modernity is often depicted as a period marked by a questioning or rejection of tradition and its normative uniformity as well as structural homogeneity, in favor of such novel or burgeoning standards and systems as rationalism, personal freedom, individualism. Arab culture is more Islamic in nature than the South Asian one; therefore, knowing the Islamic values gives a good indication of the Arab culture. Some of the cultural norms are found in both groups. The behavior of the South Asian Muslim people reflects Hindu traditions and values (Ibrahim & Ohnishi, ). For example, married women always wear.


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