It’s fulfilled half your faith. Nurtured you. Healed you. Made you understand why you were created in pairs. But it’s also stretched you. Changed you. Made you realise that love and mercy aren’t always easy. It’s marriage. It’s important. And it’s yours.
At ImamConnect, we support healthy muslim marriages. Intentionally choosing to uplift your marriage every single day is no small feat, and perhaps you are part of a duo who do it so well. The ones others look up to, are inspired by and ask for advice.
Even for the best of us
But it can be tiring, can’t it? And this pandemic doesn’t make things any easier. Don’t let fatigue, stress or keeping up appearances stop you from seeking support and checking in on the health of your most intimate relationship.
- After being married for so long, are you running out of things to say to your spouse?
- Do you increasingly live like two ships passing in the night?
- Do you have a happy, stable marriage but there's a niggling concern you don't know how to discuss with your spouse?
- Is lockdown putting stress on your household?
You can book an exclusive hour-long Marriage Health Check with one of our mindful and qualified counsellors. With no further commitment required, you have everything to gain.
List of Recommended Counsellors Available to Book Now on ImamConnect for A One Hour, No Obligation Marriage Health Check
Aamna Khokhar is a qualified and experienced Relationship Coach with over ten years of experience. Her coaching philosophy is rooted in the Islamic principles of integrity and compassion as she helps couples build and maintain healthy, fulfilling and wholesome relationships.
Imam Omer Bajwa is a qualified Islamic Chaplain who provides a deep and spiritually rooted perspective to his pastoral care. With over 20 years of experience, including over a decade as the Muslim chaplain at Yale University, he is dedicated to helping couples develop caring and conscious relationships.
Dr. Tarek Elgawhary is a scholar of Islam and comparative religions having studied at both Princeton University and al-Azhar Seminary. He is the creator of the Making Sense of Islam platform where he discusses issues related to Islam and mindfulness.
Rakin Niass is a qualified educator with over 20 years of experience in community mentorship, guidance and care. As a teacher and spiritual advisor, he brings a gentle and God-centred approach to his couples counselling.
Farah Amarah is licensed counsellor specialising in trauma-informed therapy and prioritises a holistic approach in supporting healthy relationships.