Building an Emotionally & Spiritually Resilient Ummah
Time to Recover
Addiction in the Muslim World Conference on June10-11, 2022
Islamic-3 Principles Addiction Healing Center
Mental health issues contribute to addictive behaviour and are often intertwined or integrated within the issue of addiction or alcoholism. Our expertise integrates Healing in Addiction along with Mental Health Dysfunctionality Issues such as anxiety, depression, fatigue, trauma, stress, relationship issues including marital or family issues. Mental Health and Addiction Issues are psychological in nature with a spiritual healing direction.
The department’s main mandate is to provide a healing service for the client, as our services does not revolve around the ILLNESS of the client. Our department looks at the degree of the client’s state of mind, along with the addiction or alcohol issue, as the key evaluation of whether we want to be involved in helping a client.
Please remember, BACK TO THE FITRAH MENTORING ACADEMY provides excellent Islamic-3P services that may suit your needs more effectively and easily. Please fill out and submit this survey and the Manager of the Addiction Department will guide you to the right level of service—Trust her!!
"If you want CHANGE, it must be in a positive way. It cannot be in a negative way because that will keep the falseness alive. Once you see the falseness of your thought system, it releases Wisdom and heads us into a positive reality. Then, we see Addiction for what it is i.e. it is only a human being giving it the power through Lack of Consciousness or Lack of Understanding. We treat the symptoms, but we don't find out WHY? " Sydney Banks talk in 1980 on Thought & Alcoholism.
Kathryn Jones -- CEO of Back to the Fitrah Mentoring Academy
Harry Derbitsky -- Training Director of the Addiction Department
Daniela Carbone -- Addictions Department Manager
Other Members -- Addictions Mentors
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