Mental Health & Well Being: Stress at Work

“…chance to network & practice speaking. Meet people…”

“..very enjoyable…exposure to community, happy to help…Please attend – always a great way to support each other…” – Dr Sophia Mohyuddin [ speaker]

“Really interesting topic by two super talented women…Really interesting ideas and takeaways. Come and meet other talented Muslim professionals.”

“I thought it was useful having Muslim females talk about these issues and their experiences…importance of handling stress. I thought they [speakers] were amazing & very inspirational…it’s a safe open environment.”

“I really enjoyed it, many things I could relate to and I also learnt a few new things. How common stress is among Muslim women and the support structures out there to help. this will help me a lot in my personal life since I have close family & friends suffering majorly from stress so now I have a few tips to help support…very insightful & engaging…” – Safiya

“Very useful things I could implement in my own life and share with others, family friends etc…different resources available. Islamic aspects about mental health. Very well done, infomative and very relevant!…it’s good to bring awareness of it as an issue in our communities and an Islamic reminder…”

“The session went well and it was very useful. Very knowledgeble mashallah [speakers]…attend future sessions…”

Author: Sadiqa Jabbar

Salams/Hi there! my name is Sadiqa Jabbar and I am an Architect and Urban Designer at MEB Design Ltd. My architectural interests lie in sustainable projects that benefit the community at large with a positive social impact; projects that make a difference to people no matter the scale. My experiences at various architectural firms and stint at freelancing have drawn me to schemes in a variety of sectors most notably community, education, healthcare, residential and ecclesiastical. My research has enabled me to appreciate the sensitivities of communities in London, Delhi, Karachi, and Bangkok.

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