Youth Counseling

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Youth Spiritual Counseling at SRVIC with Shaykh Hassan

“Spiritual counseling goes beyond traditional forms of psychotherapy by tapping into the importance of religion or spirituality within a person’s life. It aims to integrate standard therapy techniques with religious/spiritual practices and wisdom. Spiritual counseling can help people cope with a wide range of disorders and challenges, such as: anxiety, low self-esteem and more. Beyond specific disorders, spiritual counseling can help to promote personal growth. It may be useful if you feel that you have become spiritually disconnected or if you’re unsure about the role that you want religion to play in your life.” [Taken from thrivetalk.com]

Here at SRVIC, Shaykh Hassan serves as our Resident Scholar and Center Manager. Shaykh Hassan has completed the rigorous 7-year Aalim program and obtained Ijazat (authorization) in the Hadith, Tafsir and Fiqh sciences.  He completed most of his studies here in the United States, which allows him to connect to the youth on a personal level. 

He currently spearheads the Hifdh Program at SRVIC- which has 25+ students, Manages Our Center, and provides classes and services to  Muslim Communities in the Bay. Shaykh has also had the oppurtunity to serve as an Imam, Teacher, and Community Leader in Florida, Georgia, and Washigton State.

Shaykh Hassan has  obtained certifications in Servant Leadership, Property Management, and is currently pursuing his Certification in Islamic Finance.

If you would like to book a counseling session at SRVIC, Shaykh Hassan is available by appointment. These sessions are free of charge and available to anyone from the SRVIC community. Please get in-touch with Shaykh Hassan via email if you would like to book an appointment: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

**Disclaimer**

SRVIC does not provide a professional service in regards to counseling. Shaykh Hassan, is not a licensed psychologist / psychiatrist / certified therapist, or a professional mental health care provider. He will not diagnose nor pass professional judgement; rather, he may give advice and/or recommendations. Though we will adhere to strict rules of confidentiality, there are situations where SRVIC will take steps to ensure the safety of the community.

For Professional Counceling Please Contact either of the Following License Therapy Centers:

1. Amala Hopeline

2. Naseeha

3. Khalil Center

4. Bay Area Muslim Therapists