Haleh Banani (muslim woman psychologist)

Haleh_Banani_Islam_Clinical_Psychology_TherapistHaleh Banani is the first female to host a program for Al-Fajr TV called “With Haleh” which combines the principles of psychology and Islam to help people reach their full potential and overcome their challenges. She has a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from University of Houston, graduating Magma Cum Laude. She has over 10 years experience in diagnosing mental and emotional disorders and administrating programs of treatment.

HalehBanani.com was established in order to address the needs of the Ummah from a psychological perspective. She conducts webinars and teaches tools that empower her audience emotionally and helps improve their relationships. This website will allow people internationally to seek professional help from her through phone & Skype therapy. Her focus is counseling individuals and couples to build stronger relationships, improve their lives and through her therapy helps people suffering from depression, anxiety, eating disorders and self-esteem issues. She empowers her clients with unequivocal amount of enthusiasm, compassion and support.

Haleh is an internationally published writer and psychologist on the website Muslim Matters (www.muslimmatters.org) Haleh received her ijaza for recitation of the Quran with tajweed in Egypt. She has studied Islam by attending intensive programs with many renowned scholars in North America. She has lived most of her life in the U.S., and is currently living in Egypt. She has been leading halaqas weekly for the past 8 years in order to inspire, empower and guide Muslims and non-Muslims using acceptance, tolerance, psychology & laughter. Her passions include skiing, kick boxing, tennis, traveling and all humanitarian causes.

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Recommendation letter from Dr. Yasir Qadhi

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Author: Abdullah

Analytical & Creative. --- I'm not a Sheikh or a scholar, I'm just a regular guy in love with this Deen. Don't praise me for practicing my Deen. But pray for me, for the errors, that you haven't seen.

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