The Islamic Psychology Professional Association (IPPA) is a platform for bringing together people, research and ideas in developing Islamic Psychological approaches.
Our MISSION is to develop an Islamic approach to psychology for psychotherapy and allied health and social care field.
To establish an organisation
that addresses the growth
and development of Islamic Psychology for the professional field.
To disseminate and share research material.
To promote and raise awareness both within Muslim communities and in the wider society as a whole, including mainstream institutions in the U.K.
To develop networking and partnership.
To bring mental health and allied field practitioners together and connect up to support, learn and expand our understanding of theories and application in practice in the multiple spheres of our work, and to reduce isolation and establish a field in its own right.
Developing an Islamic Model/Concept of Islamic Psychology: An approach that is based on Divine revelation and the prophetic tradition, Quran and Sunnah.
The art and science of self-development based on the concept of the nafs in developing and maintaining our relationship with God, encompassing all aspects of our material and spiritual states in this existence and the afterlife.