Self-Healing Islamic Recovery Journey
About the Book
Sharing life experience on my recovery journey being an ex-offender in Singapore. I went through rehabilitation and dealt with mental stress while I was incarcerated. Applying contemporary and Islamic psychology based on my learning knowledge, I discovered how to overcome with the proper mindset to gradually develop a strong mind and a habit geared toward recovery. Consequently, based on my experience, I have implemented a self-healing methodology by attending some religious and psychological training to develop a new behavioral habit that will lead to recovery. I also developed an interest to read some professional reading materials and tools to assist in my recovery journey. Instead of concentrating on my history as an ex-offender, this book will bring you down the journey of my self-healing methodology from an Islamic psychological perspective.
About the Author
I am currently working full-time in the Project Management industry, doing an online business, studying part-time for a Master of Science in Construction and Project Management at Heriot-Watt University, UK, conducting workshops, and doing some freelance psychotherapy & hypnotherapy sessions to assist the Muslim women community in Singapore. During my self-healing recovery stage, I managed my coping skills with equipping myself with knowledge, family, relatives and close friends’ supports. I focus on further studies and now I am Graduated Diploma in Syariah Islamiyyah from Kolej Ugama Islam Melaka (KUIM). Additionally, Al Balagh Academy’s Therapeutic Khalil - Training in Islamic Psychology gave me a thorough understanding of Islamic psychology. I am also engaging with Muslim women’s support group and volunteering in the International Students of Islamic Psychology group (ISIP). In summary, I am motivated and eager to understand and develop psychological and religious knowledge to further assist women in the Muslim Community.