15th Annual Muslim Mental Health Conference
Theme: Muslim Mental Health, Building on Foundations and Nurturing Innovations
Friday-Saturday, March 10-11, 2023
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA
Conference will include:
- Keynote speakers
- Panels on special topics such as Islamic Psychology, Refugee Mental Health, Islamophobia, Women and Children’s Mental Health,
- Special Sessions for Imams and Chaplains
- Mentoring sessions
- Book talks by authors in the field
- Narratives of Pain storytelling and poetry experience
Fees for the conference are:
USD $250 professionals
USD $125 students and low to middle income countries
Full details and registration coming soon.
16th Annual Muslim Studies Program Conference
Theme: Measuring Muslim Publics: Curves, Columns, Spheres and Squares
February 23-24, 2023
Michigan State University, International Center, East Lansing, MI, USA
Michigan State University is hosting an international conference entitled “Measuring Muslim Publics: Curves, Columns, Spheres and Squares.” This conference investigates who is ‘the public’ in public opinion? What effect does it have on politics? These questions have received a great deal of attention by scholars of American and European contexts where their contributions have taken on a universalistic overtone. Are these generalized assumptions valid in other societies – notably in Muslim-majority contexts? In addressing these questions, this conference aims to contribute to the interdisciplinary study of public opinion and ‘the public’ in Muslim contexts inside and outside of the Muslim world.
Two Day Mental Health Conference
Presented by the Milwaukee Muslim Women’s Coalition
in partnership with the Muslim Mental Health Consortium
When: September 18-19, 2021
Location: Insight Life Learning Institute, Brookfield, WI
This two-day conference will bring together national and local behavioral health experts to address the unique needs of Muslim patients.
CME Credits available.
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