Islamic Counselling Services
For assistance in all matters of faith, we advise that you reach out to anyone of the community’s qualified and experienced scholars. Islamic Counselling Services include but are not limited to:
- Islamic counselling & advice
- New Muslims Support
- Marriage counselling
- Masaaíl and Fatwas
DAWA Couple Counseling
We are pleased to announce that we have launched counselling services to provide support and guidance to individuals and families facing various challenges. Our team of experienced and compassionate counsellors is ready to assist you in navigating through difficult times, promoting mental and emotional well-being.
Australian Counselling Clinic
I established the Australian Counselling Clinic to help find ways to resolve personal or psychological problems collaboratively with clients. I chose my business name to be Australian Counselling Clinic to represent all Australians and their counselling needs which include Aboriginal counselling, Non-aboriginal Australians, culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) Australians, and people who are in Australia but have yet not been recognised as Australian citizens but are making our country beautiful in different ways, like students and other expatriates. I offer counselling for clients being supported by NDIS scheme as well.
People often seek therapy when their self-narratives are no longer working for them and when expectations do not match with reality. I believe we all go through highs and lows in life, but if our bio-psycho-social requirements are imbalanced, its possible that we struggle to get back up.
I take an interest in working with individuals, couples, and families, experiencing a range of issues and difficulties. I have a special interest in working in the following areas:
Self-doubt versus self-efficacy
Alcohol and drug misuse
Shame and vulnerability
I have studied and applied the following therapeutic approaches:
Person Centred Therapy
Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Muslim Women Support Centre
We can help provide practical support with:
Health and wellbeing
General Welfare Services
Information and referrals linking Muslim women with appropriate service providers
Family and relationships
Halal food boxes through the assistance of The Halal Food Bank
Financial Assistance through the National Zakat Foundation and other service providers
Islamic Family Mediation, Counselling and Advice
New Muslim Support
Seeking Support? Explore our Counselling Services for New Muslims at the DAWA Centre!
At the DAWA Centre, we understand that embracing a new faith and navigating through the challenges of a different culture can sometimes feel overwhelming, especially for new Muslims in Australia. That’s why we’re excited to introduce our comprehensive counselling services, tailored specifically to support individuals who have recently embraced Islam.
Our dedicated team of professional counsellors is here to provide a listening ear and a helping hand as you embark on your personal journey as a new Muslim. Whether you’re facing questions about Islamic teachings, struggling with cultural adjustments, or simply need someone to talk to, our counsellors are ready to lend their expertise and support.
We believe in a holistic approach to counselling, addressing not only your emotional well-being but also your mental and spiritual needs. Our counsellors are trained to provide culturally sensitive and Islamically grounded support, ensuring that your unique experiences and beliefs are respected and understood.
At the DAWA Centre, we offer confidential one-on-one counselling sessions, where you can freely express yourself and explore your thoughts and feelings in a safe environment. Our counsellors are skilled in various therapeutic techniques and can assist you in developing coping strategies, managing stress, and enhancing your overall well-being as you navigate your new path as a Muslim in Western Australia.
Additionally, we understand that sometimes the best support comes from connecting with others who have shared similar experiences. That’s why we also offer group counselling sessions, providing an opportunity for you to engage with a community of individuals who understand and empathise with your journey.
Our counselling services are not limited to specific issues or challenges. Whether you’re facing personal dilemmas, family conflicts, or you simply need guidance on embracing your new faith, our counsellors are here to support you every step of the way.
To access our counselling services, simply reach out to our friendly staff at the DAWA Centre. They will assist you in scheduling an appointment with one of our qualified counsellors, ensuring that you receive the support you need, when you need it.
Remember, seeking support is a sign of strength in our faith, and you don’t have to face life’s challenges alone. We’re here to provide you with the tools and guidance to thrive as a new Muslim in Australia.
So, if you’re a new Muslim seeking a listening ear, guidance, or a fresh perspective, don’t hesitate to explore our counselling services at the DAWA Centre. Let’s embark on this journey together and create a brighter future for ourselves and our community.