Haleh Banani will help you to heal, grow and prosper by combining the principles of psychology with the light of the Qurʾān and Sunnah. Fortnightly, we will be featuring an episode from her weekly TV program that she hosts on Al-Fajr called  “With Haleh.” Get ready to be EMPOWERED!

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Today's Episode:  Giving Advice Part 1/2

Learn critical methodology in giving advice such as: building rapport, asking questions, taking your time and making du'ā'.

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About The Author

Haleh Banani is the first female to host a program for Al-Fajr TV called "With Haleh" which combines the principles of psychology and Islam to help people reach their full potential and overcome their challenges. She has a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from University of Houston, graduating Magma Cum Laude. She has over 10 years experience in diagnosing mental and emotional disorders and administrating programs of treatment. Her clients call in for phone therapy from the U.S. and Middle East. She has given lectures on marriage in several countries. Her focus is couples' and individuals' therapy where she helps people suffering from depression, anxiety, eating disorders and self-esteem issues. She empowers her clients with unequivocal amount of enthusiasm, compassion and support. Her articles have been published in magazines in Houston and Egypt. Haleh received her ijaza for recitation of the Quran with tajweed in Egypt. She has studied Islam by attending intensive programs with many renowned scholars in North America. She has lived most of her life in the U.S., and is currently living in Egypt. She has been married for 15 years with Abdelmajeed and has Alhamdulillah 3 precious children: Abdelfattah, Kareem, and Layla. Her passions include skiing, kick boxing, tennis, traveling all humanitarian causes.

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    Alsalam wa alaikom wa rahmatuh allah,

    I liked your lecture very much and I’m so confused as a young muslim. I am starting to have beliefs that may be different from people around me. For example I am learning that different celebrations are not right in Islam at least most of what I read. Like birthday celebrations etc. I am learning certain cultural habits are different from religion. I am learning a different way of life but I’m confused about whether I am supposed to tel people about it. It took me a ride to accept everything I learned and I know I am supposed to treat people on their level of faith but I am also a student and between wanting to tell people the right things, learning how to say it and studying it all gets stuck. My question is where to start? Like would it be appropriate to send out emails to people or inbox their facebook and be like, hey did you know candle blowing was a pagan custom. Not everyone on my list is close to me and I don’t want to be offensive but I don’t want to hold back something that should be said because everyday I hold it back feels like a sin lol. Thanks you and hope to hear back inshaa allah

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