Islamic Therapists at Eemaan Therapy Clinic in London

Beginning therapy can be daunting, but at Eemaan Therapy Clinic you can feel confident in our expertise.
Our therapists have worked with a wide variety of people and diagnoses and are committed to on-going professional development. They can also draw on an array of knowledge and skills developed through various successful careers.
As a result of their own diverse experiences, our Islamic therapists are skilled in developing individually tailored solutions. We understand that the success of the client/therapist relationship is vital to the success of the therapeutic process and will always work with you to enable you to achieve a greater sense of health, happiness, and life satisfaction.


Dr. Aisha Ali

Dr Aisha Ali is a highly experienced BPS Chartered Counselling Psychologist and Expert witness with over 15 years experience of working within the NHS in complex care and private practice.

Fatimah Patel

Fatimah is part of Dr Aisha Ali’s team, working as an assistant psychologist. She has great interest in the field of mental health and how such a domain can heavily influence an individual’s health and well-being.

Sidrah Abdul

Sidrah Abdul is a Psychological Counsellor at Eemaan Therapy Clinic, who works as part of Dr Aisha Ali’s team to provide a professional and effective therapeutic service for its clients.

Islamic Therapy & Counseling Services London

At Eemaan Therapy Clinic we offer a variety of therapeutic services for individuals, couples, families and groups. While most of our therapists draw on a range of approaches in their work, we specialize in:

  • Psychodynamic psychotherapy: helping uncover blind spots in order to identify and confront the hidden sources of difficulties
  • Relational psychotherapy: working to attain insight and develop better, healthier ways of relating to oneself and others through a focus on the client/therapist relationship

We also draw extensively on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and coaching techniques and offer telephone and video support in addition to in-person counselling.

In some cases, clients find it helpful to engage in multiple types of counselling and coaching; other clients may progress from one form of therapy to another as their needs and goals evolve.

Please contact us if you have questions about which form of Islamic counselling might be most effective for you, or would like to learn more about how and where to get started with Islamic therapy in London.

Dr Aisha Ali
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