Islamic Chaplaincy Education Post-Graduate Certification (Muslim Chaplains and Counselors) - ICE 8100

Advanced Spiritual Counseling:Toward the Liberation of the Soul and Transformative Recovery in Islam

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As Salamu Alaykum, (Welcome, and Peace to All)

The National Institute of Muslim Human Service Practitioners (NIMHSP) in our effort to assist Muslim career development in human service fields, offers this professional development suite of amazing counseling experiences and strategies.

This is the first online, six credit, graduate university 8100 level course, in Islamic clinical chaplaincy & counseling from an indigenous Muslim education and training institution. It is the first nationally recognized Muslim counseling education coursework for Imams, chaplains, and counselors who work in institutions, such as prisons, hospitals, courts, and mental health agencies.

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This is a 32 academic hour, comprehensive Islamic chaplaincy and counseling education course.

Learners will earn six CPE, graduate university level credits, appropriate for chaplaincy and counseling employment in federal and state systems.

This course include 2 clinical tele-supervision experiences. Learners will use the latest teleconferencing technology in this clinical supervision experience.

A certification and educational transcript will be issued upon successful completion.

Six CPE's are often requisite to employment in chaplaincy. This course can be applied toward our Muslim Chaplain and Disaster Chaplain national certifications.

Requirements:

Letter of affiliation from a recognized Majlis Ashura, or Imam's council.

and/or membership in a nationally recognized professional organization such as NIMHSP, or Association of Muslim Chaplains (AMC).

A Masters Degree degree is recommended or a Bachelors degree in a human service, chaplaincy. or counseling related field. Graduation from IOU, Zaytuna, or Hartford Seminary Islamic Chaplaincy program will satisfy this criteria.

Learner's are required to undergo a 3rd. party criminal background check which is required before issuance of transcripts or certification. This vetting cost will be covered by NIMHSP.

Those with crimes against the eldery, children, and the mentally ill or those who are sex offenders need not apply.

Learners will have private control and access to their investigation, and can store files certificates, and transcripts in a portfolio that follows the student after graduation, and can be used to satisfy government and private security vettings etc.

Learners must possess before course conclusion a mandated reporter certificate (usually offered free on web).

We are headed toward a renaissance in Islamic psychology and counseling. The course will cover professional ethics and law, group and family counseling, parental relations, addiction, recidivism, systems thinking, career development, personality disorders, and forensic psychological issues, Ilmul Nafs, treatment systems, motivational counseling, ethnographic demography studies, LGBT-Q issues, recidivism, geriatric issues, and death / dying in the Islamic counseling environment. Please see previews of the syllabus below:

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Your Instructor


Dr. Imam Hamzah Alameen
Dr. Imam Hamzah Alameen
Dr. Imam Hamzah Alameen, Mhs, PMFT, D.Sc., CHSP, DRCC, CARC
Director of Clinical Services and Curriculum Development
Crisis Recovery Network
Certified NYS OASAS Education and Training Provider
SBIRT Education and Training Provider
He is a pastoral clinical mental health therapist, specializing in disaster relief, family recovery, and solution orientated therapies. He is a marriage and family professional clinical therapist who supervises Crisis Recovery Network, which is a multi-state counseling firm that provides crisis and recovery services, education, training and supervision. Alameen is professor emeritus at Al Ijaazah Society. Alameen is President of the National Institute of Muslim Human Services Practitioners (NIMHSP), and editor of the Journal of Islamic Human Service and Counseling. He is a writer, organic farmer, aromachologist, horologist, and computer scientist. He is a leader in the recovery orientated systems of care peer support movement. He has published numerous scientific articles and media concerning recovery orientated systems of care, counseling, and behavioral health provision.

He provides training, coaching and consulting to health care organizations across the country on Motivational Interviewing, SBIRT and the integration of behavioral health, physical health and substance use services. Currently, he is the clinical lead for developing programs for reducing substance use in at risk populations.


Course Curriculum


  Modern Ethical Concerns and Scope
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  Leadership & Career Development in Muslim Chaplaincy: Majlis Ashurah, Nasihah, and Adminstration
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  Dhikr Bead Assignment: 500 word essay
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  The Seven Principles: Of The Contented Heart (Ihsan Wal Qalb Saleem)
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  Islamic Recovery Orientated Care Systems
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  Transpersonal Psychology and Demographics
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  LGBT-Q Issues In Islamic Counseling
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  Clinical Tele-Supervision
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  Islamic Family Counseling
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  Adolescents and Group Therapy
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  Using Quran, Dhikr, and Art using Validation Therapy.
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  Cultural Competency: Islamophobia, Discrimination and Immigrants.
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  Hospitals, Veterens and First Responders
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  Federal Agencies and the BOP
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  Mental Health Chaplain Knowledge Base
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  Aftercare, Reintegration and Recidivist Counseling
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  Clinical Tele-Supervision
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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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