muslim teen mental health help class for Muslim teenagers with Mariya Khan Muslim therapist, muslim counsellor, muslim life coach

muslim teen mental health help class for Muslim teenagers with Mariya Khan Muslim therapist, muslim counsellor, muslim life coach

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Combining powerful psychological principles with authentic Islamic beliefs

so you can:

  • Get it right from the get-go! (Or nip it in the bud…)

  • Set your daughter up for healthy, life-long emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing inshaAllah.

  • Prevent the wrong life lessons being learned, instead…

  • … help programme her brain for confidence, resilience and clarity to get adulthood set-up for success no matter what
  • musim teen mental health
    The Details...

    To book your daughter’s space now, message me, Mariya: 07930 858 071

    For your peace of mind…

    References

    I know you’re busy, just wanted to say a personal huge thank you - Jazakillah khair - from the bottom of my heart for your tremendous work for our children. I wasn’t sure how N would get on yesterday in the discussion group (she’s not always very chatty in a group) but she came home talking about it and told me how she contributed and found it really interesting.

    May Allah reward you abundantly for your time and efforts sister, and may everything our children learn be a sadqa jaariyah for you, ameen 💚
    A
    Mum of N, Aged 11
    JazakAllah Khayr Mariya for the amazing session yesterday. I am so glad that you are opening their eyes to a lot of things about the world but still keeping it Islamic.

    You are definitely a treasure Allahumma barik. Ameen
    H
    Mum of M, Aged 12

    Young Muslimahs everywhere, whether homeschooled or school-going, are struggling with their:

    Faith

    Identity

    Emotional & Mental health

    So many young Muslimahs, even from the most religiously practicing families, are:

    Removing their hijabs

    Questioning their beliefs

    Disconnecting from their families

    So many young Muslimahs are:

    Emotionally overwhelmed

    Mentally confused

    Quietly suffering

    Wondering what’s wrong with them

    Comparing their bodies, lives, beliefs, families and freedoms to others

    The all too familiar stories:

    Compiled from my work with mothers and teens.

    (Real names have been replaced.)

    Sana's Story

    Sana seems to have always been shy. She’s quiet and lacks confidence, says her mum. She cries easily and is secretly being bullied by her peers. Sana is 13, she’s recently started being homeschooled and attends madrasa multiple times a week. Sana spends a lot of time thinking to herself. She compares herself to her peers and really worries something is wrong with her. Why can’t she be as happy as Lailah? Why is she not good at maths like her brother Adam? Why isn’t she beautiful, brave and popular like Zeenia? 

    Hanifah's Story

    Hanifah tried to run away. She had been long fantasizing of a life of ‘freedom’, like she’d been reading in novels, seeing on TV, YouTube, Netflix, in movies and all over Instagram and Tiktok.

    If only I was allowed, she’d think to herself… “If only I was allowed to wear whatever I wanted, to listen to music, to watch the popular shows plastered on billboards and gossiped about by my cousins… If only I was allowed to feel the wind in my hair walking down the street, to go out without my parents, to have less rules, no rules infact – to have ‘freedom’.

     

     

    Ayesha's Story

    Ayesha removed her hijab soon after she left home at the age of 19. She had grown up in a religious and practising household, but through her teen years she had increasingly become disaffected by her family’s beliefs and choices. She had become convinced with liberal arguments and ideologies and having no one to confidently and securely soothe her qualms and answer her questions, she started to feel sick and uncomfortable in her family home.

     

    Maryam’s Story

    Maryam’s parents are desperately worried. Once a happy girl, who listened to her parents and enjoyed her life, Maryam now spent most of her time in her bedroom. She has become isolated, and disconnected from her family. She’s stopped talking, and has become increasingly mean to her younger siblings. She doesn’t help her mum with the housework anymore and until her parents had confiscated it, she had been glued to her tablet.

    Homeschooling, madrasa, Islamic schools...

    … working hard to give your children what they want, what their peers have and what you didn’t have, so they don’t feel less or left out…

    … turning a blind eye because it’s easier, you’re scared, or you don’t know what to do…

    … looking for halal entertainment and media alternatives, attempting to censor mainstream shows, books and movies…

    … making dua, reading books and articles to keep you in the loop and as engaged with your child’s world as possible… 

    ... are all well-intended choices God-fearing parents like you do, trying to prevent the all too familiar horror stories from happening to your children...

    teen muslim mental health

    But, despite these efforts, in the fast-paced, tech-filled,
    and increasingly liberal &
    God-less society we live in...

    ... both Muslim children and parents are struggling,

    and suffering to maintain:

    Strong emaan & taqwa

    Clarity & focus in life

    Healthy mental & emotional wellbeing

    Peace & confidence in relationships

    muslim teen mental health help

    This is why...
    as a mental health therapist, I’m moving from private client work, to regular, online group sessions with young Muslimahs inshaAllah.

    Working 1:1 has been incredibly effective for my clients but it is often unaffordable for many who need help...

    ... and it limits the impact I offer, to fewer people.

    About Me

    Salaam, I’m Mariya, mum of 4 (aged 5-15), home-educator of 12 years, and certified mental health professional

    Mariya Khan Muslim therapist Mariya Khan Muslim counsellor Mariya Khan Muslim life coach

    Did I mention, I have a teenager daughter too?

    I am qualified in multiple psychological health models, have studied Arabic in Egypt, and learned under Shaikh Haitham Al Haddad (MRDF).

    The reason working with me is so impactful is because I combine authentic guidance from the Quran & Sunnah with a fundamental understanding of human psychological principles.

    Working 1:1 has been incredibly effective for my clients but it is often unaffordable for many who need help, and it limits the impact I offer, to fewer people.

    This is why I’m starting weekly, online group sessions for young Muslimahs aged 10 – 16.

    Combining powerful psychological principles with authentic Islamic beliefs

    so you can:

  • Get it right from the get-go! (Or nip it in the bud…)

  • Set your daughter up for healthy, life-long emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing inshaAllah.

  • Prevent the wrong life lessons being learned, instead…

  • … help programme her brain for confidence, resilience and clarity to get adulthood set-up for success no matter what
  • musim teen mental health

    To book your daughter’s space now, message me, Mariya: 07930 858 071

    muslim teen mental health help
    The Details...

    Young Muslimahs need:

    Surety in their belief in Allah

    Surety in their Islamic faith

    Surety in their Muslim identity

    Surety in their God-given capability, worth and value

    Surety in their life focus and direction

    They can get this by having someone who is...

    ... qualified,

    ... has the answers they are looking for,

    ... compassionately relates to them,

    ... is able to build a good, loving connection with them.

    This is the precise work I do and it is hugely impactful.


    Alhamdulillah

    muslim teen mental health help

    Classes will cover in a relaxed and comfortable way:

    Understanding of core psychological principles for easier, healthier mental and emotional wellbeing

    Understanding and strengthening faith in Allah, Quran and Islam etc.

    Combining the 2 understandings above, to build life-long resilience, focus & peace

    Making sense of emotions, moods, thoughts and behaviour

    How to feel closer to Allah and family

    How to feel confident, secure and purposeful

    How to build a solid understanding of who they are

    muslim teen mental health help

    Do you want this for your...

    daughter?

    niece?

    grand-daughter?

    musim teen mental health

    Do you want her to live life with a spring in her step, a smile on her face and a sparkle in her eyes?

    Do you want her to be free from liberal, God-less society's standards that continuously measure how beautiful she is, how cool she is, how well dressed, what she's watching, reading, listening to... whether she is talented, intelligent... what she looks like... her very self-worth??

    Do you want her to truly know Allah, feel His mercy and fully trust Him so that she has a life-long comfort in the knowledge He guides her just as He guides the mighty whales in the ocean and the small birds in the sky???

    muslim teen mental health help

    To book your daughter’s space now, message me, Mariya: 07930 858 071

    The Details...

    Did I mention, I have a teenager daughter too?

    S's behaviour and attitude have definitely improved allaahumma Baarik
    S
    Mum of S, Aged 14

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