Mahin, SIM and Sh. Amir talk to Hooman Keshavarzi about Islamic psychotherapy. Hooman serves as the Executive Director of Khalil Center.  Khalil Center is a social and spiritual community wellness center designed to address the widespread prevalence of social, psychological, familial, relational and spiritual issues of communities. Khalil Center has locations in the Bay Area and Chicagoland.

Khalil Center is a project of the Zakat Foundation.

Annual Banquet Dinner:

Speakers: Zaid Shakir, Hamzah Wald Maqbul and Rania Awaad

Time: 6pm
Date: Saturday, April 15 2017
Where Shalimar Banquet Hall
280 W. North Ave, Villa Park IL 60181

info@khalilcenter.com
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Twitter: @KhalilCenter

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One comment on “EP 058: Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy | Hooman Keshavarzi

  1. “does it ever heal properly” was asked about trauma.

    Imagine if you take a ceramic vase and drop it, it is now in pieces. Pick up each piece and glue it back together. The vase is put back together, but it will never be EXACTLY the same as before it was dropped. That doesn’t mean it is “bad” or undesirable, if anything it is now more unique and complex and those glued cracks (internal scars) enable them to go deeper within themselves.

    I would say, they heal to a new and better form inshallah

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