Religious consultations with Imam Suhaib
Imam Suhaib Webb will be doing 10 minute religious consultations Friday's from 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm once a month starting September 11th.
To reserve your spot email
This event has been postponed, stay tuned for more info about new dates.
MCA Islamic Counseling & Education aims to provide programs and services based on Islamic teachings to build a healthier, stronger Muslim community that will bring out the best in individuals and families through focusing on all aspects of personal and family wellness including spiritual, emotional, mental and physical.
Islamic Counseling is based on the teaching of the Glorious Qur’an and the hadith of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. It emphasizes spiritual development as the cornerstone for healing and prevention of future problems.
Types of Counseling available:
- Individual, family, couples
or call (408)727-7277 ext. 777.
Click here to Schedule a Counseling Appointment
*The Counseling room has moved to MCA New Building at 3033 Scott blvd, Santa Clara
Meet our Counselors
Brother Kamal Shaarawy
Br. Kamal has a Masters' degree in psychology and an Islamic Studies and Electrical Engineering degree from Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt. He is currently working on his doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Br. Kamal has provided Islamic family counseling for individuals, couples and families and marital coaching services for prospective and married couples in the US for over 25 years. He has also written a book on marriage, Dwell in Tranquility.
Visit Website at SalaamHearts.com
Purchase your own copy of Dwell in Tranquility today:
(Click on Book Image for more info)
Sister Heba El-Haddad
Heba has received her undergraduate degree from UC Irvine in Psychology of Social Science and later earned a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology. She worked at OMID Multicultural Institute for Development, a mental health institute for 3 years, where she completed her clinical hours and gained a variety of experience working with the Muslim population coming from many different ethnicities and backgrounds. Simultaneously, she worked at the Anaheim Family Justice Center through New Star Family Center in Anaheim with law enforcement, counseling victims of domestic violence and abuse. She also served as a therapist for ICNA's first Transitional home and shelter for Muslim women in Southern California. Heba has previously worked with pioneering community organizations such as Islamic Relief USA and Access California Services. Heba currently provides Pre-Marital Counseling services in Northern California where she resides and is an affiliate of the Stanford Muslim Mental Health Department. Heba is married and has 2 children.
Examples of topics that can be addressed through Islamic Counseling:
- Coaching to rejuvenate and enhance marriage
- Enhancing self-image and self-confidence for children, youth, and adults
- Islamic coaching for individuals, couples, and families
- Life transitions such as aging, separation/divorce, career change
- Managing stress/anger effectively
- Overcoming depressive thoughts, fear, or anxiety
- Overcoming harmful habits
- Parenting education and support
- Pre-marital training and preparation
- Pre-marital compatibility analysis
If you have questions please email
Dr. Leonard Sax, MD, Phd is a physician and psychologist, graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology then went on to the University of Pennsylvania where he earned both a PhD in Psychology and an MD. In addition to his 22 years of clinical experience, Dr. Sax is the best-selling author of Why Gender Matters, Boys Adrift and his most recent book Girls on the Edge.
To learn more about Dr. Sax visit http://www.leonardsax.com/
Watch Dr. Sax discuss his book, Boys Adrift, with Matt Lauer on the TODAY show
Watch Dr. Sax discuss his book, Girls on the Edge, with Kiran Chetry on CNN’s American Morning
To learn more about Stress Management and other work related issues please visit theislamicworkplace.com
If you have any questions, comments or concerns please e-mail
or call (408)727-7277 ext. 777.
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