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Publications by IAIP Fellows

Articles are listed by date in descending order starting with the most recent.

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Articles Authored by IAIP Fellows

 

Title: An Islamic Theoretical Orientation to Psychotherapy

Author(s): Abdallah Rothman

Year: 2018

Published In: Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy edited by Carrie York Al-Karam

Publisher: Templeton Press

Pages: 25-56

 

Title: Outlining a Case Illustration of Islamically-Integrated Psychology

Author(s): Hooman Keshavarzi & Fahad Khan

Year: 2018

Published In: Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy edited by Carrie York Al-Karam

Publisher: Templeton Press

Pages: 175-207

 

Title: Toward a framework for Islamic psychology and psychotherapy: An Islamic model of the soul

Author(s): Abdallah Rothman & Adrian Coyle

Year: 2018

Journal: Journal of Religion and Health

Volume: online first

Pages: 1-14

 

Title: Traditions, paradigms and basic concepts in Islamic psychology

Author(s): Rasjid Skinner

Year: 2018

Journal: Journal of religion and health

Volume: online first

Pages: 1-8

 

Title: Islamic Perspectives on Psychological and Spiritual Well-being and Treatment

Author(s): Hooman Keshavarzi & Bilal Ali

Year: 2018

Published In: Islamophobia & Psychiatry: Recognition, Prevention, and Treatment edited by H. S. Moffic,, J. Peteet, A. Hankir, R. Awaad  

Publisher: in press

 

Title: The evolving Islam and psychology movement

Author(s): Paul Kaplick & Rasjid Skinner

Year: 2017

Journal: European Psychologist

Volume: 22(3)

Pages: 198-204

 

Title: Integrating Islamic Traditions in Modern Psychology: Research Trends in Last Ten Years

Author(s): Amber Haque, Fahad Khan, Hooman Keshavarzi, & Abdallah Rothman

Year: 2016

Journal: Journal of Muslim Mental Health

Volume: 10:1

Pages: 75-100

 

Title: Indigenous adoption of Novaco’s model of anger management among individuals with psychiatric problems in Pakistan

Author(s): Sumara Naz & Muhammad Tahir Khalily

Year: 2016

Journal: Journal of Religion and Health

Volume: 55:2

Pages: 439-447

 

Title: Obsessional Disorders in al-Balkhi’s 9th Century Treatise: Sustenance of the Body and Soul

Author(s): Rania Awaad & Sara Ali

Year: 2015

Journal: Journal of Affective Disorders

Volume: 180

Pages: 185-189

 

Title: Outlining a Psychotherapy Model for Enhancing Muslim Mental Health Within an Islamic Context

Author(s): Hooman Keshavarzi & Amber Haque

Year: 2013

Journal: The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion

Volume: 23

Pages: 230-249

 

Title: Integrating Indigenous Healing Methods in Therapy: Muslim Beliefs and Practices

Author(s): Amber Haque & Hooman Keshavarzi

Year: 2013

Journal: The International Journal of Culture and Mental Health

Volume: 7:3

Pages: 297-314

 

Title: Schema perpetuation and schema healing: A case vignette for schema focused therapy in Islamic perspective

Author(s): Muhammad Tahir Khalily

Year: 2012

Journal: Islamic Studies

Volume: 51:3

Pages: 327-336

 

Title: An Islamic approach to psychology and mental health

Author(s): Rasjid Skinner

Year: 2010

Journal: Mental Health, Religion & Culture

Volume: 13(6)

Pages: 547-551

 

Title: Uncontrolled Anger and its Management in the Light of Sunnah

Author(s): Muhammad Tahir Khalily

Year: 2010

Journal: Insights

Volume: 3(2-3)

Pages: 33-62

 

Title: Psychology from Islamic perspective: Contributions of early Muslim scholars and challenges to contemporary Muslim psychologists

Author(s): Amber Haque

Year: 2004

Journal: Journal of Religion & Health

Volume: 43(4)

Pages: 357-377

 

Books Authored by IAIP Fellows

 

Title: Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy: Uniting Faith and Professional Practice

Author(s): Abdallah Rothman, Hooman Keshavarzi & Fahad Khan

Editor: Carrie York Al-Karam

Year: 2018

Publisher: Templeton Press

ISBN: 1599475413

 

Title: The Dilemma of Muslim Psychologists

Author(s): Malik Badri

Year: 2016

Publisher: Islamic Book Trust

ISBN: 967052623X

 

Title: Cyber Counseling for Muslim Clients

Author(s): Malik Badri

Year: 2016

Publisher: Islamic Book Trust

ISBN: 9670957028

 

Title: Translation and annotation of Abu Zayd al-Balkhi’s Sustenance of the Soul

Author(s): Malik Badri

Year: 2013

Publisher: International Institute of Islamic Thought

ISBN: 1565645995

 

Title: Psychology of personality: Islamic perspectives

Author(s): Amber Haque & Yasien Mohamed

Year: 2009

Publisher: Cengage Learning Asia.

ASIN: B00SCWZAQC

 

Title: Contemplation: An Islamic psychospiritual Study

Author(s): Malik Badri

Year: 2000

Publisher: International Institute of Islamic Thought

ISBN: 1565642678

 

Title: Fitrah: Islamic Concept of Human Nature

Author(s): Yasien Mohamed

Year: 1996

Publisher: Ta-Ha Publishers

ISBN: 1897940262

Other Articles related to Islamic Psychology

 

Abu-Raiya, H. (2015). Working with religious Muslim clients: A dynamic, Quranic- based model of psychotherapy. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 2(2), 120-133. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/scp0000068

 

Abu-Raiya, H., & Pargament, K. I. (2010). Religiously integrated psychotherapy with Muslim clients: From research to practice. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 41(2), 181-188. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0017988

 

Abu-Raiya, H., Pargament, K. I., Mahoney, A., & Stein, C. (2008). A psychological measure of Islamic religiousness: Development and evidence for reliability and validity. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 18(4), 291-315. http:// dx.doi.org/10.1080/10508610802229270

 

Ali, B. & Keshavarzi, H. (2016). Forensic Psychology in Islamic Jurisprudence. Oxford Encyclopedia of Islamic Bioethics.Al-Radi, O., & Mahdy, M. A. (1994). Group therapy: An Islamic approach. Integrative Psychiatry, 10, 106–109.

 

Briki, W., & Amara, M. (2018). Perspective of Islamic self: Rethinking Ibn al-Qayyim’s three-heart model from the scope of dynamical social psychology. Journal of Religion and Health, 57(3), 836–848. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10943-017-0414-0

Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Geranmayepour, S., & Chen, Z. (2014). Measuring Muslim spirituality: Relationships of Muslim experiential religiousness with religious and psychological adjustment in Iran. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 8(1), 77-94. http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/jmmh.10381607.0008.105

 

Hamdan, A. (2008). Cognitive restructuring: An Islamic perspective. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 3(1), 99-116. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15564900802035268

 

Hodge, D. R. (2005). Social work and the house of Islam: Orienting practitioners to the beliefs and values of Muslims in the United States. Social Work, 50, 162–173.

 

Hodge, D. R., & Nadir, A. (2008). Moving toward culturally competent practice with Muslims: Modifying cognitive therapy with Islamic tenets. Social Work, 53, 31–41.

 

Yucel, S. (2009). Concept of shifa, healing, in the Qur’an and sunnah. Akademik Arastirmalar dergisi, 40, 225–235.

Other books related Islamic Psychology

Al-Razi, A. (2007). Razi’s Traditional Psychology (A.J. Arberry Trans.). Kazi Publications Inc.

 

Bakhtiar, L. (1994). Moral Healer's Handbook: The Psychology of Spiritual Chivalry. Institute of Traditional Psychoethics and Guidance. Kazi Publications, Inc.

 

Ghazali, A. (2014). Mukhtasar Ihya Ulum Ad-Din. (M. Khalaf Trans.). Lypia/Nikosia, Cyprus: Spohr Publishers.

 

Mishkawayh, A. (2003). Refinement of Character (C.K. Zurayk Trans.). Kazi Publications Inc.

 

Utz, A. (2011). Psychology from the Islamic perspective. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: International Islamic Publishing House.