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Therapy 3: Recognising & Changing Destructive Behaviours

Code   RP54
ISBN     9786035014397
Therapy 3: Recognising & Changing Destructive Behaviours

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Subtitle إدراك وتغيير السلوكيات المدمرة - سلسلة العلاج من القرآن والسنة - 3
Author Dr. Feryad Hussain
Binding Hardback
Pages 384
Size in Inches 6x8.75x0.85
Size in CM 15x22x2
Edition 1st (2023)
Weight (lbs) 1.24

In this book, Dr. Feryad A. Hussain presents a number of common habits and behaviours Muslims may not realize are not only detrimental to their lives in this world but also threatening to their existence in the afterlife. Not only does Dr. Hussain highlight destructive actions but also focuses on thoughts and attitudes that often accompany them in order to draw the reader’s attention to the inner cognitions that frequently fuel negative behaviours.

Using verses from the Qur’an and relevant hadiths as well as her knowledge and experience as a clinical psychologist, Dr. Hussain examines each of these behaviours in light of Islamic teachings and offers not only heartfelt advice for change but also reinforcing thoughts to help maintain positive change. More than a practical self-help guide to behaviour modification, it is a pertinent reminder of what true Islamic manners look like, how we can approach them with our minds, and how we can translate good thoughts into righteous actions.

About the Author

Dr. Feryad A. Hussain is an experienced consultant clinical psychologist. She has worked with multiple government, academic and healthcare institutions to highlight awareness and encourage inclusion of the psychological aspects of health and well-being in all areas of life and living. She has a special interest in Islamically-centered character development and actualizing these principles as a way of living one's best life.


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