The possibility of spirits inhabiting human bodies is fairly universal across cultures and religions, and is one of the oldest ways of accounting for mental health difficulties.

In Islam, the belief that Jinns (spirits) can cause mental illness is widely accepted. This course aims to explain the relationships between Jinns and mental health difficulties, and to explore the religious framework that exists around them. Belief in Jinns can influence how people understand and think about their symptoms, and the ways in which they seek help.

This course will explore these issues through teaching, discussions, and shared lived experience.

"The training session and presentation was accurate and appropriate for the current issues on Jinn, Black Magic and Evil Eyes”
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