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Why Counseling


The counseling services of Rahma Institute intends to utilize our traditional Islamic values and elements of counseling for:


  • – Pre-Marriage and Marriage counseling


  • – Solutions to parenting challenges, counseling for adults, families and children.


  • – General counseling and therapy for individuals


  • – A safe and comfortable environment to seek advice and promote healthy change and growth through learning


Our goal is to provide healing and therapy to individuals undergoing conflict or those simply seeking general advice and guidance on the challenges of every day life. Our team of professionals will help you maximize your potential. We will help you work through difficulties to improve the quality of your life, and achieve your personal and professional goals by creating pro-active plans. “Surely, with every difficult comes ease.” (94:5)


Counseling Options to Meet Your Needs


Rahma Institute provides flexible counseling options to accommodate your needs. Choose from the following options:


  • – Virtual Counseling within the privacy of our home
  • – In-Person Counseling (Dallas Area Vicinity)


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Benefits of Counseling


Truly, God does not change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves. [Rum: 11]


The Muslims have inherited a rich heritage, and when examined with an insight, we have healing for many, if not all, problems of the modern time.


Individuals often feel uncomfortable with the idea of counseling as it is at times looked down in many Muslim communities today. However, this was not the case during the Prophet (S) time. He encouraged to seek knowledge and nasiha (advice) and to build healthy relationships with your spouse, family, brothers, sisters and community at large:


Religion is nasihah.” We said: “To whom?” The Prophet (S) said: “To Allah and His Book, and His messenger, and to the leaders of the Muslims and their common folk.”[Muslim]


He (S) further stressed that if one member of the Ummah is hurt, the rest of the Ummah also hurts.

‘You will see the believers in their mutual kindness, love and sympathy just like one body. When a limb complains, the whole body responds to it with wakefulness and fever’ [Muslim and Bukhari]


Naturally, any relationship will have its conflicts, however, in order to maintain the mutual love and respect for one another, it is imperative to seek counseling and education even before the problem escalates. This is done through individual and/or family therapy where individuals can evaluate and address issues with guidance through a professional. By engaging in therapy, many people have found ways to increase their communication skills and have learned how to increase the bond between different members in their family. With the aid of a qualified therapist, individuals can bring peace, stability and communication back into their relationship thus affecting their lives and those around them.


To find about more about our Counseling Services, click here.