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CPCAB, BACP, Ayesha Aslam on Islamic Counselling

CPCAB, BACP, Ayesha Aslam on Islamic Counselling


Symposium Crowd

Diversity symposium 

Just over 12 years ago Ayesha Aslam was told that you couldn’t combine faith in the counselling process. Fast forward today and she has been asked to deliver a talk on Islamic Counselling with two of the largest governing bodies in the UK.  

Join BACP and  CPCAB at the ‘Connecting with the lived experience‘ diversity symposium as we explore the way forward in understanding diversity as part of the client experience and as part of your own personal development.

The symposium aims        

To open a dialogue to enhance engagement with the lived experience.

·         Encourage delegates to look at their our own diversity in order to be fully present and open to the diversity of the other.

·         Explore what prevents the delegate from fully entering and experiencing the client’s world.  

·         Provide a space to consider what prevents the client from being fully transparent and present when meeting a counsellor outside of their lived experience.

·         It is hoped the day will open up debate with voices from a diverse range of delegates so that we can honestly and transparently take the next steps forward. These may include developing training materials, video resources, funding future research and/or policy changes and exploring how to support the community to be open to their own blind spots and to fully engage with the other.  

How will attending benefit me? 

If you are a Trainer or Tutor: Learn how to better facilitate group process and recognise diversity in training groups. Attendance and participation at the symposium will deepen your professional understanding of diversity, building emotional resilience and provide new insights to translate into your teaching work.

If you are a Counsellor or Trainee: Attendance will support continued professional development and deepening connection in your practice or training. Building upon skills to sensitively provide a safe space for a client to explore deep rooted experiences.

Programme The day will commence with a key note address, setting the scene for bridging the gap and connecting with the lived experience of the client and the client meeting the lived experience of the counsellor. The focus groups will provide an opportunity for a more concentrated and detailed discussion.

Venue:

 Canada Water Theatre & Library 21 Surrey Quays Road, London, SE16 7AR

To book Tickets are just £35 – book now

Global Sisters Day Event

Global Sisters Day Event

Global Sisters day every day event with Ayesha Aslam

The event went really well and we received positive feedback from the crowd and the Mayor of Ealing.

The following was covered

  • Effect on Muslim Mental Health
  • Islamic perspective of Women in Islam and how to apply this is our modern lives
  • Keeping it real by providing real stories
  • Shaikh Haitham, covered his personal experience of Cancer.

A snippet from the event can be found on  our YouTube Channel

 

Happily Ever After

Happily Ever After

Ayesha Aslam Happily ever after event

Happily Ever After

This isn’t just a marriage seminar. It’s a comprehensive discussion on all aspect’s of what it means to fulfil the objectives of having a healthy relationships and complete a human being in seeking a spouse and education on most important aspects of what makes a fulfilling relationship!

With

Ayesha Aslam – Director of Sakoon Islamic counselling

Shaykh Hasib Noor – The Legacy Institute

UST shabbir Hassan – The Nikah Company

Join us and share

London 2nd March

Oldham 3rd March

2nd Global Mental Health Summit

2nd Global Mental Health Summit

The 2nd Global Summit on Mental Health Culture Change

Global Mental Health Summit London

Ayesha Aslam and Sakoon Counselling have partnered with Global summit to drive Mental Health and culture change and will be a panelist at the event. 2nd Global Mental Health Summit

Building on the tremendous success of the first Global Summit on Mental Health Culture Change held in Los Angeles, California in May 2017, Give an Hour – in collaboration with the UK office of the Minister of Defence People and Veterans, the Royal Foundation and Combat Stress – brings this exciting gathering to London in October 2018.

The London Summit will continue the work accomplished in California by gathering together key thought leaders, government officials, stakeholders, policy makers and change agents to focus exclusively on addressing culture as a primary barrier to changing the way we think about, talk about and address emotional well-being and mental health.

A Series of Events that Engage, Educate and Inspire

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2nd Global Mental Health Summit

where you will see a list of famous people and celebrities.

Ayesha Aslam’s profile can be found here

Global Summit on Mental Health Culture Change, Conference