Therapy from the Quran and Ahadith

Dr. Feryad A. Hussain (author) , Darussalam (publisher)

Medicine of Prophet - coloured - Arabic - الطب النبوى

Medicine of Prophet - coloured - Arabic - الطب النبوى

Healing body and soul

Healing body and soul

Availability: In stock
Special Price SAR30.99 Regular Price SAR40.25 inclusive of Tax

Check Aramex Shipping Rate

Shipment Destination



The re-emergence of islamically – centered therapy has increased over the past few decades. This has been motivated by the need for a therapeutic approach to treating mental illness that is ideologically acceptable within the boundaries of Shari’ah. This has becomes a concern not only for Muslims therapists and their patients but in fact for all Muslims, ass part of their adherence to Islam and towards improving their Iman. Muslims psychologists around the world are working hard at developing faith- based models of therapy that acceptable to their peers and Muslim scholar alike.

This book is precisely that; Ann easy-to-use collection of Qur’anic ayaat and authentic Ahadiths and their interpretation that allow bi idh nillah individuals to challenge distressing psychological thoughts and behaviors. Written by an experienced clinical psychologist, the text may be used as a therapeutic aid or reference for clinicians or simply as a general guide to character development... the use of analogy means that the book is relevernt to booth Muslims and Non Muslims alike with the aim of using guidance from Islam to alleviate difficulties and to improve our understanding of Human distress. Only the creator best knows the Creation.

Take a look at a similar book

Tib E Nabvi

What is the medicine of the Prophet (PBUH)? What does Islam say about medicine and cures? Does Islam provide cures for common ailments and prevention of diseases?

Medicine in Islam carries a history of enquiry, innovation, and change. Through and through, the search for knowledge occupies an esteemed place in the Islamic worldview. This notion, combined with the universal need to preserve and restore health, has therefore invigorated the development of the science of medicine since the early centuries of Islam by leaps and bounds.

All over the Islamic world, physicians, scientists and philosophers alike have sustained the wealth of medicinal knowledge with their incalculable contributions.

Buy Now Read More
Customer Questions
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:Therapy from the Quran and Ahadith
Your Rating