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Resilient Women: Psycho-social and Spiritual Strength of Muslim Women

Presentation and Dialog around Research, Resources, and Strategies

May 6, 2023

11 AM - 5 PM

Working Women Community Centre

1527 Victoria Park Ave, Scarborough, ON M1L 2T3

About the Conference

Join us on Saturday, May 6th by attending Resilient Women: Psycho-social and Spiritual Strength of Muslim Women, Presentation and Dialog around Research, Resources, and Strategies, a one-day event designed to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of mental health issues, including the impact of violence on Muslim women's mental health. The conference will feature a variety of mental health experts who will discuss the latest research and share best practices and resources available for addressing mental health concerns and other pressing issues that immigrant women and newcomers face today. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in interactive sessions that cover a wide range of topics related to techniques to treat and heal mental health issues, including the impact of violence on Muslim women's mental health. The conference will also provide an interdisciplinary platform for health care providers, researchers, practitioners, students, and educators to discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns in the field of Muslim Women's Mental Health. During the conference, the participants will also learn about the importance of self-care and self-compassion, and resources available in the community. Participants will also have the opportunity to network with other professionals working in the field of mental health. They will leave with a wealth of information, resources, and practical strategies that they can use to improve the mental health and well-being of the women they serve.

Presentations and Panel Discussions

  • Overview of Mental Health and Illness

  • Review of Muslim Women’s Mental Health: A Study

  • Common mental health problems, their symptoms, and risk factors

  • Pharmacotherapy and mental health

  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder among women who experienced violence

  • Management and Treatment of Mental Health Issues

  • Interactive Q&A - Panelists

  • Handling Mental Health Problems: Strategies and Resources


Zohra Rahman is currently a Director at a youth mental health organization and launched her private practice in 2016. She has been engaging youth for over 15 years and provides various forms of clinical counselling for youth struggling with mental health, 

About the Organization:

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The story of the Azerbaijani Women’s Support Centre (AWSC) begins in 2005 when a group of dedicated women from across the country decided to support women and families in Canada and globally. After years of hard work, AWSC is Canada's only charity organization for Azerbaijani women. We are dedicated to equity, equality and empowerment for all women. We also work with women of other communities to achieve significant milestones for women. AWSC is committed to improving the status of women. We provide women and children with support, information, and options. We offer programs and services designed to empower women and children. We coordinate projects and work closely with our community members, partners and service providers, to ensure that women and families are organized, informed, and support each other.

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