Muslim Chaplaincy, Pastoral Care and Counselling

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Muslim Chaplaincy, Pastoral Care and Counselling Level-1

About the Course

The course provides students with an opportunity to learn, understand and acquire the set of skills that are required for the role of a chaplain. The course uses a practical, spiritual and psychological approach, focused on key features of Muslim chaplaincy, covering a range of subjects that come handy in one’s career as a chaplain.

Lecturers

Ustadh Kaushar Tai

(Management and Training Consultant at Aksaa Ltd,UK)

Maulana Ilyas Dalal

(Prison and Hospital Chaplain and Head Teacher,UK)

Professor Mike Gartland

(MSc. M.Ed. BA(Hons) Dip Psych. UKCP
Head of Pastoral & Spiritual Care,UK)

Maulana Hussain Muhit

(Prison Chaplain,UK)

Ustadh Shaffiq Din

(Muslim Prison Chaplain – Consultant and Trainer,UK)

Shaikh Yunus Dudhwala

(The Chair of the Halal Monitoring Committee ,HMC,UK)

Dr Muhammad Mansur Ali

(Lecturer in Islamic Studies, Cardiff University, UK)

AT A GLANCE

Completely online

4 Months

Saturdays : 11:00AM - 1:00PM GMT

Video Recordings Available

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From £14.99/Month

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Starts on Feb 22nd, 2020.

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21st Feb 2020

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Course Instructors

Ustadh Kausar Tai

(Management and Training Consultant at Aksaa Ltd,UK)

Maulana Ilyas Dalal

(Prison and Hospital Chaplain and Head Teacher,UK)

Professor Mike Gartland

(MSc. M.Ed. BA(Hons) Dip Psych. UKCP Head of Pastoral & Spiritual Care,UK)

Maulana Hussain Muhit

(Prison Chaplain,UK)

Shaikh Yunus Dudhwala

(The Chair of the Halal Monitoring Committee ,HMC,UK)

Dr Muhammad Mansur Ali

(Lecturer in Islamic Studies, Cardiff University, UK)

Ustadh Shaffiq Din

(Muslim Prison Chaplain – Consultant and Trainer,UK)

Main Modules 

1.Introduction to Chaplaincy Work

  • Chaplaincy– Historical and Contemporary Perspective
  • Exploration of Models of Chaplaincy
  • Theological Approach to Chaplaincy
  • The Distinctive Contribution of Chaplaincy within Community
  • Multi-faith Approach to Chaplaincy
  • Spirituality, Suffering and Pain – How to address?
  • A Chaplain as Reflective Practitioner

2.Introduction to Muslim Chaplaincy

  • Theology of Chaplaincy
  • Islamic creed and Practices
  • Ethics: Religious and Contemporary Ethical Issues
  • Islamic Spiritual Care
  • Pastoral care in Islam
  • Core principles and Practices of Chaplaincy from Islamic Perspective
  • Key Challenges & Opportunities

3.Introduction to Prison Chaplaincy

  • The Criminal Justice System and Prison Chaplaincy, UK.
  • The Role and Contribution of a Muslim Prison Chaplain
  • Current England and Wales Prison Chaplaincy Service
  • The Changing Role of a Prison Chaplain
  • The Prison Chaplain – Key Challenges & Opportunities
  • Responding to Prisons
  • Understanding Thought Patterns and Negative Thinking
  • Spiritual Development – An Islamic Perspective

4.Introduction to Hospital Chaplaincy

  • Healthcare Chaplaincy– Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
  • Muslim Chaplain– Key Roles
  • Working in NHS, UK
  • Social care and Healthcare Chaplaincy
  • Self-care and Reflection
  • Human Health and Biology
  • Study Skills

5.Advanced Spiritual Care for Patients

  • The Meaning and Practice of Islamic Spiritual Care
  • Spirituality and Religion in Healthcare
  • Spirituality, Suffering and Pain (in context)
  • Spiritual Care Assessment of patients’ needs and Provision of Care
  • Illness; Spiritual and Medical cure
  • Health Service, NHS UK
  • Palliative care and Marie Curie competencies (including end of life care for adult patients with learning difficulties)
  • Work Effectively in Trauma-informed Care
  • Children Chaplaincy
  • The Therapeutic relationship and boundaries

6.Islamic Grief & Bereavement Counselling

  • Provide Loss and Grief Support
  • Crisis Counselling
  • Stress Management
  • Shariah-compliant Wills, Inheritance and funeral rights and regulations in Islam and UK

7.Communication and Chaplaincy Counselling Skills

  • Methodology of Communication
  • Counselling Skills – Listening Skills
  • Islamic Therapeutic Communication
  • Essential Counselling Skills (CBT, listening skills, empathy etc)
  • Understanding Addiction Behaviour (Addiction Counselling)
  • Assertive Communication & Active Listening

8.Introduction to College/University Chaplaincy

  • Introduction to the Education System, UK
  • Chaplain in an Education System- Key Roles
  • Responding to Students

9.Interfaith Relations & Pastoral Care in a Multicultural Society

  • Theology of Chaplaincy
  • Multi-faith Approach to Chaplaincy
  • Interfaith Relations
  • Equality and Diversity in Contemporary Healthcare Chaplaincy
  • Ethical and Pastoral Care in Multicultural Society
  • Cross-cultural Communication in Healthcare Chaplaincy
  • Ethics: Religious and Contemporary Ethical Issues
  • Ethical Pastoral Care

10.Clients and Case Management – Practical Model (Part 1)

  • Work with Diverse People
  • Facilitate the Empowerment of Older People
  • Work with People with Mental health issues
  • Identify and Respond to Children and Youth at Risk
  • Engage Respectfully with the Youth
  • Respond to Client Needs
  • Dealing with Critical Situations
  • Use Communication to Build Relationships
  • Ethics and Confidentiality
  • Work Legally and Ethically

11.Clients and Case Management – Practical Model (Part 2)

  • Planning the Provision of Pastoral and Spiritual Care
  • Providing Pastoral and Spiritual Care
  • Reflecting on and Improve own Professional Practice
  • Developing, Facilitating and Reviewing all Aspects of Case Management
  • Analyzing Impact of Sociological Factors on Clients in Community, Work and Services
  • Developing Empathy in the Light of Sunnah

12.History of Muslims in Britain

  • Cultural Sensitivities – Ethnic Minorities in the UK and in the West
  • Social Issues and Finding Solutions

13. Woman, Islam and the UK

  • Marital Issues and Family Discord
  • Types of Divorce and Regulations in Islam
  • Key Issues
  • Key Opportunities

Modules

1.Chaplaincy– Historical and Contemporary Perspective
2.Exploration of models of Chaplaincy
3.Theological approach to Chaplaincy
4.The Contribution of Chaplaincy within Community
5.Multi-faith approach to chaplaincy
6.Spirituality, Suffering and Pain – How to address?
7.A Chaplain as Reflective Practitioner
1.Theology of Chaplaincy
2.Islamic Creed and Practices
3.Ethics: Religious and Contemporary Ethical Issues
4.Islamic Spiritual Care
5.Pastoral care in Islam
6.Core principles and Practices of Chaplaincy from an Islamic Perspective
7.Key Challenges & Opportunities.
1.The Criminal Justice System and Prison Chaplaincy, UK
2.The Role and Contribution of a Muslim Prison Chaplain
3.Present England and Wales Prison Chaplaincy Service
4.The Changing Role of Prison Chaplain
5.A Prison Chaplain – Key Challenges & Opportunities
6.Responding to Prisons
7.Understanding Thought Patterns and Negative Thinking
8.Spiritual Development – An Islamic Perspective
1.Healthcare Chaplaincy – Historical and Contemporary Perspective
2.Muslim Chaplain – Key Roles
3.Working in NHS, UK
4.Social care and Healthcare Chaplaincy
5.Self-care and Reflection
6.Human Health and Biology
7.Study Skills.
1.The Meaning and Practice of Islamic Spiritual Care
2.Spirituality and Religion in Healthcare
3.Spirituality, Suffering and Pain (in context)
4.Spiritual Care Assessment of patients' needs and Provision of Care
5.Illness; Spiritual and Medical cure
6.Health Service, NHS UK
7.Palliative care and Marie Curie competencies (including end of life care for adult patients with learning difficulties)
8.Work Effectively in Trauma-informed Care
9.Children Chaplaincy
10.The Therapeutic relationship and boundaries
1.Provide Loss and Grief Support
2.Crisis Counselling
3.Stress Management
4.Shari'ah-compliant Wills and Inheritance
5.Funeral rights and regulations in Islam and the UK
1.Methodology of Communication
2.Counselling Skills
3.Islamic Therapeutic Communication
4.Essential Counselling Skills (CBT, listening skills, empathy etc.)
5.Understanding Addiction Behaviour (Addiction Counselling)
6.Assertive Communication & Active Listening.
1.Introduction to the Education System, UK
2.Chaplain in an Education System- Key Roles
3.Responding to Students
9.Interfaith Relations & Pastoral Care in a Multicultural Society
1.Theology of Chaplaincy
2.Multi-faith approach to chaplaincy
3.Interfaith Relations
4.Equality and Diversity in Contemporary Healthcare Chaplaincy
5.Ethical and Pastoral Care in a Multicultural Society
6.Cross-cultural Communication in Healthcare Chaplaincy
7.Ethics: Religious and Contemporary Ethical Issues
8.Ethical Pastoral Care
10.Clients and Case Management – Practical Model (Part 1)
1.Work with Diverse People
2.Facilitate the Empowerment of Old People
3.Work with People with Mental health issues
4.Recognise and Respond to Children and Youth at Risk
5.Engage Respectfully with the Youth
6.Respond to Client Needs
7.Dealing with Critical Situations
8.Use Communication to Build Relationships
9.Ethics and Confidentiality
10.Work Legally and Ethically
11.Clients and Case Management – Practical Model (Part 2)
1.Planning the Provision of Pastoral and Spiritual Care
2.Providing Pastoral and Spiritual Care
3.Reflecting on Professional Practice
4.Develop, Facilitate and Review all Aspects of Case Management
5.Analysing Impact of Sociological Factors on Clients in Community Work and Services
6.Developing Empathy in the Light of Sunnah.
12.History of Muslims in Britain
1.Cultural Sensitivities – Ethnic Minorities in the UK and West
2.Social Issues and its Solutions.
1.Marital Issues and Family Discord
2.Types of Divorce and its Regulations in Islam
3.Important Issues
4.Key Opportunities.
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Course Overview

The course will provide an in-depth analysis of chaplaincy, spiritual advice and pastoral care from an Islamic perspective, by enriching learners with a clear understanding of the core principles and practices of chaplaincy from an Islamic perspective. The teaching sessions will enable them to understand and engage with a broader cultural, sociological and political issues surrounding chaplaincy for Muslims in the contemporary world. The course will prepare them to deal with those in spiritual distress, situated in the various existing contexts such as Prison, university, rehab, and hospitals. Highlighting the key aspects of spiritual development from the perspective of Islam, the course will cover multiple areas of Muslim chaplaincy such as Prison Chaplaincy, Hospital Chaplaincy, Education Chaplaincy and Mosque Chaplaincy that enable you to understand how to provide personal, and spiritual advice and care in different situations and multicultural contexts. Considering the concepts and normative framework of chaplaincy, this course will help you examine the extent to which these principles of Muslim chaplaincy will find a place in the context of contemporary advanced spiritual care for imprisoned, medical patients, students, women and Muslims living in multicultural environment.
The course will enlighten on the topics such as Grief & Bereavement Counselling, Crisis Counselling, Stress Management, Essential Counselling Skills including CBT ( Cognitive behavioural therapy), communication & listening skills and empathy; and Understanding Addiction Behaviour (Addiction Counselling), Understanding of Thought Patterns, Negative Thinking and the Role of a Chaplain in Prisons, Universities and NHS, UK. The course will equip the students with the skills and knowledge that enable them to work effectively in trauma-informed care, deal with people suffering through mental health issues, provide loss and grief support, offer spiritual advice and care to elderly, young people, teenagers and women. It explores key aspects related to Muslim chaplaincy, with a practical and deep understanding of pastoral care in Islam. This strengthens them to address present-day pastoral care challenges in the West such as cultural sensitivities of ethnic minorities in the UK, social issues faced by Muslim living in the Western countries and multicultural societies. The course will also provide with the grasp of interfaith relations & pastoral care in a multicultural society, women and marital issues and an understanding of thought patterns, negative thinking, including a study of addiction behaviour.
The course will develop essential skills related to case Management including spiritual care assessment of patients' needs, and provision of care and analyzing the impact of social factors on them. The course will also teach the learners to provide effective spiritual advice to the various types of distressed people such as students, imprisoned, patients and women.
Al Balagh Muslim Chaplaincy, Pastoral Care and Counselling course is a distinctive and comprehensive online course, that will enable students to learn how to practice chaplaincy in hospitals, prisons, universities, mosques and lead in community work. The level 1 course will prepare the students for level 2, which will be more intensive and focused on practical professional training.
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Key Objectives

The objective of this course is:

  • To develop an understanding of chaplaincy from both western and Islamic perspective with a clear insight of Islamic pastoral care.
  • To enrich with extensive mastery in hospital chaplaincy, prison chaplaincy, university chaplaincy, and mosque chaplaincy.
  • To enable an understanding of advanced spiritual care for patients, Islamic grief & bereavement counselling, Interfaith relations, & pastoral care in a multicultural society, cultural sensitivities through practical, spiritual and psychological approach.
  • To provide with a critical and context-based analysis of issues relating to chaplaincy and pastoral care in the Muslim communities around the world, with more focus on the issues faced by Muslims living in the Western countries and Multicultural societies.
  • To build the essential skills related to chaplaincy such as listening skills, communication skills, Islamic counselling skills, CBT, clients, and case management.

Learning Outcome

Upon completion of this course, the students will:

  • Gain theoretical knowledge and practical skills of Muslim chaplaincy and Islamic pastoral care.
  • Be able to understand the core areas of Muslim chaplain and its  application in various contexts such as Prison, Hospital, College and Mosque.
  • Be able to differentiate between the multiple concepts of conventional chaplaincy and Islamic chaplaincy and choose the best-suited method.
  • Be equipped with a clear insight of all facets of Muslim chaplaincy and Islamic spiritual care including, management of clients and cases, provision of effective spiritual care, plan and analyse.
  • Learn where and how a person would require specialist intervention and spiritual support.
  • Be able to work as a chaplain in Prisons, Hospitals, Education Institutions, Mosques and Community Centers.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is this online course structured?
Our online program comprises enriched learning sessions, engaging, on-demand live and recorded video lessons. Our course is innovatively divided into different modules and sub models. The learners can ask questions, get their doubts cleared if they have any. You can get support from our course instructors or academic support team during live sessions or even after the sessions as needed.
Is it compulsory to attend LIVE sessions? Will it be count towards the progress of my course?
We always encourage that you should attend LIVE sessions but if, in any case, you miss attending one of the sessions then you can always have access to the recorded session (Yes, you will receive recorded video of the LIVE session you have missed).
When will I have access to the online course material?
Right after successful enrolment, you will get access to myAlbalagh which is our online learning portal where you can get access to the pre-course material. The course content will be released gradually after starting the course.
When will LIVE sessions be scheduled?
Date, Day, and Time for each LIVE session will always be pre-scheduled. To know more about the schedule on live sessions, please, visit “myAlbalagh” and click on the tab “Schedule.” You will get complete details.
What if I am not able to attend LIVE sessions?
If, in any case, you miss attending LIVE session, you can catch up by watching the video recordings later at your convenient time. To get access to the video recordings, you should visit “myAlbalagh” by using your sign-in details. You can get access to “myAlbalagh” through your laptop, desktop or from your mobile.
What if I have questions to ask but can’t attend Live?
Please, get access to “myAlbalagh” and reach “Discussion Board.” It is this place where you can ask questions, discuss and get your doubts cleared. Our support staff will take your queries forward and get answers for you from your course instructors.
How do I interact with my classmates?
You can use “Discussion Board” to get connected to other course learners as well. But we recommend that the discussion here on “Discussion Board” shall be relevant only to the course being taken. Strictly, no personal discussions or chatting. You can also interact with your classmates in our “Whatsapp Group” exclusive for the course students
How long will I have access to the online program?
You will have access to the online course content up to 2 years. Please contact our admin team by Email at [email protected] if you want lifetime access.
Are family/group discounts available?
Yes, we provide discount for groups or families who are interested in joining one of our courses. Please, email us to get complete details on it.
I am having trouble signing into my private member portal. What should I do?
In case, if you find any trouble accessing your account then please, contact us immediately. We make sure that your problem gets resolved at the earliest.
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