Encouraging publication of research
and scholarship in Islamic Psychology
We are dedicated to the promulgation of Islamic Psychology knowledge and are committed to increasing access to reliable sources of information. Whether it be a classical scholarly work from the ninth century or the latest cutting-edge research, the IAIP provides access to high quality literature relevant to the field.
The Journal of Islamic Psychology
The Journal of Islamic Psychology is the IAIP’s quarterly publication that highlights the most current research and writing on theory and practice and topics that help to advance the field.
The first edition of the journal will be published in January 2019. This will be a special inaugural edition including all of the papers from the IAIP conference in October 2018. Authors include: Malik Badri, Amber Haque, Rasjid Skinner, Abdallah Rothman, Hooman Keshavarzi, Yasien Mohamed, Muhammad Khalily, and more.
The Journal is free open access to all.
IAIP members at every level receive discounts on the print edition of the journal.
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Below are recommended books authored by IAIP Fellows and Board members and others.
This edited volume features nine essays, each of which is written by a Muslim clinician who practices Islamically integrated psychotherapy, several of whom are IAIP Fellows. The contributors discuss a wide range of topics, such as how Islam can be viewed as a system for psychological wellbeing, or a “science of the soul”; what marital counseling can look like from an Islamically-integrated perspective; Prophet Mohammed as a psycho-spiritual exemplar; the use of Quranic stories in family therapy; as well as using Islamic teachings when working with Muslim children and adolescents. This book is a vital resource for Muslim and non-Muslim clinicians alike as well as the lay Muslim reader wanting to know more about how the Islamic faith and psychotherapy are engaging with each
other in a modern clinical context.