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What is wellbeing?
Wellbeing can be understood as how people feel and how they function, both on a personal and a social level, and how they evaluate their lives as a whole. It includes having good mental health, high life satisfaction, a sense of meaning or purpose, and the ability to manage stress. More generally, wellbeing is just feeling well.
The Buddy Program
Conversion can be a lonely and difficult process. We are here to help you and encourage you at every step of the way. Sometimes people need that extra support and our dedicated buddy program has been developed to take care of that need. You can register your interest here and withdraw from the program at anytime you wish.
Meet our wellbeing and counselling team
We have a dedicated team of trainee and qualified counsellors that can offer you the support you need on your journey. Contact us using the form below if you are in need of counselling.
Her initial training was as a clinical hypnotherapist and she has since gone on to train as a Mindfulness Practitioner, Psychotherapeutic Counsellor and is currently undertaking a Masters in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy.
Sister Tina converted to Islam over 14 years ago. She qualified as a person-centred counsellor in 2006 and worked for several years counselling at the Salvation Army, charities and privately. She took some years out to raise her family and then returned to counselling in September 2019.
She is a fully qualified counsellor and a member of the British Association of counselling and psychotherapy (BACP).
She is also qualified as an integrated counsellor offering a person-centred approach, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), Islamic counselling and psychotherapy, and a person-centred experiential approach in counselling for depression.
She offers a safe, confidential, professional, and non-judgemental environment for you to explore, grow and develop the resources you already have within yourself through your difficult time.
Aminah Jayne O’Rourke
Aminah converted to Islam in 2012 and has been facilitating the care of converts to Islam since 2013.
In 2016 she became acquainted with EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) & tapping therapies. Subsequently, she was trained by one of the founding masters of this world-renowned therapy.
EFT is best described, in simple terms, as as ‘emotional acupuncture’ (without needles). As a therapist, she sees beneficiaries (clients) in one-to-one or group settings; showing them how to calm their hearts, bodies & minds for a plethora of different reasons.
She is registered as a professional (certified and accredited) EFT practitioner with EFT International. She is bound by their code of ethics and fully insured to work worldwide (including the USA and Canada).
Sessions with Aminah aim to offer emotional freedom, and also benefit women in several ways. Find out more at:
Sarah converted to Islam in 2001 and has been passionate about convert care and their experiences ever since.
Sarah uses the Person-Centred approach and is a member of the BACP, she has monthly supervision and continues to develop her skills with the newest and up-to-date methods of therapy.
She currently works with people in crisis, she has experience working with people who struggle with anxiety, self-harm, depression, marital issues, relationship difficulties, parental relationships the mother-daughter puzzle. She also works with clients who have sensory integration issues, ADHD and autism.
Farrah qualified as a person-centred counsellor/psychotherapist in the year 2017.
She aims to create a comfortable, non-judgemental and professional space where you can express your true self. She currently works with people who suffer from learning difficulties and other mental health issues.
Her studies and experiences have given her the opportunity to work with people from diverse backgrounds and the skills to work with:
– Eating disorders
– Relationship problems
And much more
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