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Season Finale - Are Religiosity and Mental Health Connected? with Dr. Osman Umarji and Dr. Farah Islam

Season Finale - Are Religiosity and Mental Health Connected? with Dr. Osman Umarji and Dr. Farah Islam

Update: 2022-07-06
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The importance of mental health is discussed everywhere today, from workplaces and schools to television shows and social media. In most cases, however, it has a distinctly secular approach. There is rarely any mention of the role that faith and spirituality can play in mental well-being.

A recent study by Yaqeen makes the case that religiosity is not only relevant to mental health, but central to it.

What are the biggest factors affecting the mental health of Muslims? How can religiosity lead to positive psychological outcomes? Can religiosity even be measured?

In this episode, host Mohamad Zaoud talks to Dr. Osman Umarji and Dr. Farah Islam, co-authors of “Faith in Mind: Islam’s Role in Mental Health.” Read the study here.

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Season Finale - Are Religiosity and Mental Health Connected? with Dr. Osman Umarji and Dr. Farah Islam

Season Finale - Are Religiosity and Mental Health Connected? with Dr. Osman Umarji and Dr. Farah Islam

Osman Umarji, Farah Islam