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|Contents:||Part I: Muslim Beliefs within a Counseling Framework. Haque, Kamil, Islam, Muslims, and Mental Health. Utz, Conceptualizations of Mental Health, Illness, and Healing. Ali, Aboul-Fotouh, Traditional Mental Health Coping and Help-seeking. Part II: Models and Interventions. Rahiem, Hamid, Mental Health Interview and Cultural Formulation. Mahmood, Ahmed, Psychological Testing and Assessment. Amer, Jalal, Individual Psychotherapy/Counseling: Psychodynamic, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Humanistic-experiential Models. Daneshpour, Family Systems Therapy and Postmodern Approaches. Dharamsi, Maynard, Islamic-based Interventions. Ansary, Salloum, Community-based Prevention and Intervention. Part III: Service Settings. Mohiuddin, Maroof, Inpatient Psychiatric Units. Nadir, El-Amin, Home-based Social Services. Humeidan, University Counseling Centers. Part IV: Special Populations. Ahmed, Converts to Islam. Ahmed, Adolescents and Emerging Adults. Ahmed, Aboul-Fotouh, Refugees. Part V: Special Issues. Abugideiri, Domestic Violence. Killawi, Sexuality and Sexual Dysfunctions. Ali, Substance Abuse.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Sameera Ahmed and Mona M. Amer.|
"This detailed and in-depth volume will be of interest to a wide range of practitioners working in psychiatry, counselling and social work alongside those engaged in mental health research and in