Mental Health Workshop 2021: Adapting to Changing Times


A Mental Health Workshop

Adapting to Changing times

A research & counselling based approach to managing stress during COVID

March 2020 marked the beginning of a global lockdown due to the pandemic.

As a result, we’re left with limited human interaction, a change that can be extremely difficult to cope with.

Have you been negatively impacted by the lockdown and have struggled to cope?

Watch our workshop as our speakers share tips and suggestions on How to manage stress during COVID.


Dr. Uzma Sabeeh

MD, Qur’an Teacher


Sr. Kashmala Qasim 

PhD candidate in Psychology


Sr. Asma Maryam Ali


Through this free workshop, you’ll be able to:

  • Increase your awareness of mental health and its challenges
  • Obtain knowledge of coping strategies that can help you manage stress
  • Learn about Qur’an and its power to heal by the mercy of Allah (SWT)
  • Connect to resources that are available in the community

* Please note that the workshop was hosted live on Mar 6th, 2021 at 4pm. Refer below for the recording for this workshop or you can watch it on our YouTube channel.

Mental Health and Well-Being

Mental Health and Well-Being Workshop

We all know someone who is facing or has gone through some challenges related to mental health. Is there negativity associated with mental health issues? What are some things we can do as a community to bridge the gap between mental health issues and the help required to deal with these?

Join us on October 27, 2018, at 2:30 pm, at Al Huda Institute, 5671 McAdam Road, Mississauga, with the Muslim Medical Association of Canada as we learn about mental health and well-being in light of Islam.

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