Initiating education opportunities for study and training in psychology within an Islamic paradigm
IAIP has developed a well-rounded academic and experiential curriculum that provides a solid foundation in the theory and practice of Islamic Psychology for both experienced and aspiring professionals. Classical knowledge is taught along with insight from modern psychology as to how it can be applied in clinical psychology in today’s world from within an Islamic paradigm. Our curriculum is the result of decades of scholarship and research from our team of contemporary Islamic psychologists.
IAIP CERTIFIED EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
We have partnered with institutions to offer our curriculum at varying levels of qualification.
Istanbul Zaim University (IZU)
IAIP has partnered with IZU to offer advanced degrees and certification programs in Islamic Psychology.
IAIP and IZU are currently offering a week intensive certificate program designed for qualified clinicians and graduate students of psychology and related fields. This program offers a broad overview of theory and practice, to orient professionals to the Islamic paradigm and indigenous models of treatment.
We are working with IZU to offer a Masters in Islamic Psychology with the IAIP curriculum and certified IAIP instructors. This program will be headed by the founder and president of IAIP, and pioneer of the field, Professor Malik Badri. Students enrolled in this program will be given a foundational education in Islamic psychology from the ground up. *To register your interest in enrolling click here
Find out more about the summer intensive certificate program at IZU in Istanbul here.
Cambridge Muslim College (CMC)
IAIP has partnered with CMC in Cambridge, UK, offering a two part certification course with the upcoming development of a diploma program.
IAIP and CMC offer a week intensive certification course in Islamic Psychology & Psychotherapy. This first week long intensive is an introductory course open to all levels of experience. The course is meant to orient participants to an Islamic paradigm of psychology and introduce the theory behind Islamic psychology.
IAIP and CMC also offer a part 2 for graduates of part 1. This module focuses more on clinical application and is intended for practicing clinicians. The course gives an overview of different approaches in Islamic psychotherapy and provides the opportunity for clinicians to interact with and learn from a variety of experienced clinicians who practice Islamic psychotherapy.
Find out more about upcoming IAIP courses at CMC in Cambridge, UK here.
IAIP has partnered with AlNilain University in Khartoum, Sudan, offering two educational tracks.
IAIP and AlNilain will be launching a diploma in Islamic Psychology beginning in 2019. Students enrolled in this program will be given a foundational education in Islamic psychology from the ground up. This program introduces students to Western theories of psychology and orients them to the Islamic paradigm and indigenous models of treatment. Practical application in therapeutic practice is part of the curriculum.
Exceptional students who complete the diploma program at AlNilain will have the opportunity to continue their studies in the form of a research project that can lead to a Masters degree in Islamic Psychology and Psychotherapy.
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IAIP curriculums are based on research in theoretical foundations of Islamic Psychology.
If you are an institution who would like to consider implementing an IAIP curriculum please contact us.