Education & Certifications
M.A., Duke University, Bioethics & Science Policy (2021)
A.B., Harvard University, Neuroscience & Philosophy (2020)
Addressing Mental Health Through Community Partnerships in a Muslim Community.
Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.)
The mental health of American Muslims remains significantly understudied and unaddressed, despite known obstacles to Muslims' utilization of mental health services, such as stigma and institutional mistrust. Since the inception of the Stanford Muslim Mental Health and Islamic Psychology Lab in 2014, partnerships across the Bay Area were formed among key Muslim community establishments to address obstacles to good mental health. Through a community-centered approach, diverse stakeholders engaged to identify and address the community's most pressing mental health challenges. Successful outcomes of this approach include facilitated research and mental health initiatives to support the Bay Area Muslim community.
View details for DOI 10.1176/appi.ps.202100505
View details for PubMedID 36065581
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