Beat Stress & Anxiety! Doctor Shows How with Islam & Science
What you'll learn
- Overcome all worries and stress. Doesn't matter how they started!
- FREE FULL E-book included. Instant Insights - The Muslim Mind Guide for Success and Contentment, by Dr TK Harris.
- Regain Wellbeing and a Positive Mindset
- Beat was-was, unwanted thoughts, panic, and phobias
- Regain Deen and faith
- Restore Confidence in all areas of life
- Help others who face similar issues
- Contribute to the Mental Health Access Mission
- Gain thawaab (blessing) for doing things the Islamic way
- Restore the psychological benefits of performing salah and other Islamic duties
- Learn instant ways to calm anxieties, anger, panic and stress
- Learn long term techniques to prevent buildup and re-emergence of symptoms
- Gain command of your life
- Clarify and strengthen your goals and purpose
- No requirements except you have the time and commitment to move forward once again.
You know how stress and mental health issues are not well addressed in many communities. Muslims believe that while life has its ups and downs, the Almighty never wishes us to suffer more than we can bear.
Dr TK Harris, a lifelong friend and colleague of Mufti Menk, is an Oxford trained doctor who works to give strength of mind to people of faith. His Mental Health Access Mission, which funds this online project, is all about bringing high quality mental wellbeing knowledge to all the Ummah (Muslims of the world), or indeed anyone who recognises that spirituality is a powerful ally in living a happy life.
Your faith is in fact an aid to your mental health, not a barrier. Dr Harris, hailed as "Unique in his ability to marry medicine with faith" (Mufti Menk), and author of 7 books on the Islamic mind, reveals more powerful treatment techniques than ever before.
Understand and overcome stress, worry, and anxiety:
Fear, guilt, exhaustion, hopelessness, obsessions, tension, racing heartbeat, poor sleep and diet, reclusiveness, social anxiety, emotionality, tension and many more!
You will learn:
How to find instant peace in a crisis.
How to hang on and regain genuine hope when things seem hopeless.
How to tackle worries with balanced thinking.
How to be more trusting of yourself and your decisions.
How to gain greater knowledge of your personality, including any blind spots which keep catching you out.
How to banish worries about the past, and anxieties about the future.
How to use Islamic techniques (including salah and du'aa) as powerful methods to handle stress: specific techniques and mental approaches.
How to gain control of your mind
How to prevent buildup of worries
How to deal with stress from social fears and relationship problems
How to forge a much stronger, reassuring bond with the Almighty
How to break free from guilt, restlessness and irritability
This course, over 7 days, is packed with assignments, videos, lectures, and quizzes. Day by day, you will steadily gain confidence. There will be many moments when you will, insha'allah, feel instantly enlightened.
The power to overcome difficulties is within you. It is no coincidence that you came to this page. Allah shows the way to whomever he wishes.
Take heart, and be joyful that you have found something that will genuinely help you forward. Dr Harris has been helping people to overcome mental difficulties for over 20 years. As a doctor, he has vowed only to use methods that really work. Find his work on Youtube, Amazon, Wordpress, and other media.
Life has ups and downs, but it need not be traumatic. Sign up and gain greater command of your life.
Who this course is for:
- Open entry. Anyone is suitable to do this engaging and positive course.
Described as 'unique in his ability to combine the spiritual with the medical' by my long-time friend Mufti Menk, I am a medical writer, performance psychology expert, and educational program designer. I live in service of people who wish to live fuller, happier, more fulfilled lives, but I rely on solid ground: science and experience. I gained medical and business qualifications in the UK, in Oxford, but now I work in the fields of non-clinical mental health and high performance mental health. Medicine is too limited in its scope, being based just on the science of disorders. When neuroscience is paired with knowledge from fields such as spirituality, high performance, and well-being, the work suddenly becomes very promising indeed. So here I am.
Life is full of both difficulty and joy, and we have only to try to make the best decisions we can, given our hopes and plans, alongside dealing effectively and contentedly with the events and turns that life brings. I myself have experienced great difficulties and traumas, both in my own health and beyond, but I am thankful to have come through them because of belief and focus.
I focus on my strength: I can help people master mental health issues more easily than most people I know, because I can explain complex and subtle things in easy and effective ways. I am thankful for this strength- it was only ever a gift, to which i try to do justice wherever the need emerges. I don't expect thanks; I initially trained as a cardiac surgeon, but left that field because I wanted to do something more complex and challenging.
The life of a neuropsychiatrist can be very fulfilling but is also hazardous. The care systems we work in are often incomplete and inadequate, and there are helpful and unhelpful people in any line of work. Unlike when i was a surgeon, I rarely thanks from patients, neither do I expect it. My fulfilment is based on knowing I did a good job, and being grateful that life gave me the honour and privilege of helping another person. Patients have troubled minds and difficult histories; some will not want help, and some will be plainly dangerous to deal with. Most psychiatrists have faced all these issues. Some emerge harmed and don't continue, retiring early or leaving the profession. Others decide to play it safe, doing the minimum necessary to earn a living. Others evolve in their approach, and find ways to still be of use to people because they believe in their mission. They persist, refining their work and doing the best they can whatever life throws at them. I am one of those.
I have worked and succeeded for several years as a top-level consultant neuropsychiatrist. Then, illness and trauma forced me to review my life and focus on what I had always believed but not been able to practice: mental wellness is not just about the absence of illness. It's about mental strengths, belief, spirituality, building character, making good decisions, and doing justice to one's abilities. So I went back to school, reinvented myself, and evolved my work. Nowadays I do several things:
I write. Eight books and counting.
I run a performance consultancy helping high performers at the top of their field to extend their abilities.
I create both online and residential recovery programs for people seeking to learn better habits, recover from difficulties of all kinds, and find more contented, wider ways to live.
I am Chair of the non-profit Mental Health Access Mission, providing mental health care free of charge to people in regions of need.
I work internationally, spending my time mostly between the UK, UAE and Africa. I always travel with my wife and two children.