In an attempt to provide additional resources to individuals and healthcare professionals, Muslim Spiritual Care Services will identify organizations, blogs, published material or models that address the needs of Muslim patients.
The information presented here is very valuable and it doesn’t necessarily reflect the views of or endorsed by Muslim Spiritual Care Services.
Muslim and Mental Health
Mental Health for Muslims
Chaplaincy Resources & Educational Programs
Reflective Practice Journal
Reflective Practice: Formation and Supervision in Ministry is a journal that seeks to understand, expand, and promote theory, learning and reflection in the practice of supervision and formation in various ministries from pluralistic multi-faith perspectives.
ACPE is where people of diverse faith traditions, backgrounds, and cultures collaborate join to provide innovative experiential education. ACPE leads in the theory and practice of clinical education for spiritual care. ACPE promotes and broadens the provision of quality professional theological education in a variety of settings.
Clinical Pastoral Education of Central California
CPE of Central California is a collaborative representing hospitals, faith communities and local educational institutions responding to train and to keep dedicated professional chaplains here in our own communities. Students will receive training consisting of both academic and direct clinical supervised experiences.
Hartford Seminary’s Islamic Chaplaincy Program
Hartford Seminary’s Islamic Chaplaincy Program consists of the 48-credit Master of Arts degree with a concentration in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations and a 24-credit Graduate Certificate. This meets the accrediting requirements of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) for its equivalent of a Master of Divinity degree.
Offers PhD is Spiritual Care and Counseling. The program leads to three tracks: Clinical Spiritual Care (chaplaincy), ACPE (Association for Clinical Pastoral Education) Supervisory, and Spiritually-Integrative Psychotherapy.
Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Services: The Case for Muslim Patients
Wahiba Abu-Ras, PhD