Date: March 23, 2019
Time: 10am – 6pm
Cost: Discount Price $84.99 until February 23rd | Regular Price: $99.99
Materials: Self-Love Course Workbook is Included with Attendance
Lunch: $5, Please sign up at the door
Where: Conference Hall, Main Bldg, American Islamic College
Date: March 23, 2019
This course is designed to help you cultivate a wholehearted, nourishing, and sacred relationship with yourself through the One who created you! It is about transforming the way we understand and view love and how we can express that love for God and ourselves in a way that can empower our spiritual, mental, & emotional growth and wellness!
“Is Self-Love Islamic?” “Can Self-Love help me grow closer to my Creator?” “Why is Self-Love Important for my spiritual, mental, & emotional growth?”
These are common questions that might come to your mind when you think of “self-love.” That is because self-love is a term many of us have not truly understood because it is rarely talked about in our communities and the way that it is sometimes taught in our society is not inline with Islamic teachings!
But understanding self-love and how to have a fulfilling relationship with ourselves are crucial for our spiritual growth and our over all well-being! That is because the relationship we have with ourselves impacts every other relationship in life!
Join this Self-Love Course to get your answers and learn how to view this sacred relationship with yourself in a way that fuels your religious, spiritual, mental, and emotional growth!
Dr. Marwa is the CEO & founder of H.O.M.E. She is a psychologist, educator, & writer dedicated to providing spiritual, mental, & emotional transformation & empowerment through psycho-spiritual education & services that are rooted in Islamic teachings!
For many years, even before she pursued her education in psychology, Dr. Marwa was always passionate about navigating and exploring psychological and self-help topics within an Islamic & spiritual context.
In addition to her Islamic studies as well as her extensive explorations and studies within the self-help world, she has also studied psychology extensively for 10 years. In addition to completing both her bachelors and masters degree in psychology, she has also completed her doctorate of psychology (PsyD) degree at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her doctoral research focus was on Islam & Psychology as she completed a research study titled, “An Islamic Psychological Approach to Psychotherapy.” Her main aim in this study was to shed light on the powerful knowledge and tools that Islam has to offer to the world of psychology.
Dr. Marwa views herself as a constant student of Islam and strives to always seek the knowledge that will empower her own spiritual growth but also help her provide others with the education and services that are well rooted in sound Islamic knowledge. Through her studies of Islam, psychology, research, and through continuously consulting with Islamic teachers and scholars, Dr. Marwa hopes to offer others the knowledge and tools they need to empower their spiritual, mental, and emotional growth as well as cultivate healthy and fulfilling relationships with God, themselves, and others!