By Madiha Tahseen, Ph.D. More than 50% of Muslims report at least one significant marital issue (Chapman & Cattaneo, 2013). The reality is divorce amongst Muslim Americans has greatly increased in the last 25 years (ISPU, 2012). So if
A conversation with Rafee Al-Mansur, a Marriage and Family Therapist in Residence, Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, and Madiha Tahseen of The Family and Youth Institute about divorce in our American Muslim communities. In this webinar you’ll learn about the counseling trends and mental health needs from Rafee Al-Mansur, Dalia Mogahed will discuss the stigma and perception, and what is needed to shift the conversation to support rather than speculation. Dr. Tahseen will outline available resources in the toolkit and discuss findings from Divorce Needs Assessment The FYI did in preparation for the publication of the Divorce Support Toolkit.