The Stanford Muslim Mental Health & Islamic Psychology Lab serves as an academic home for the study of mental health in the context of the Islamic faith and Muslim populations. The Lab aims to provide intellectual resources to clinicians, researchers, trainees, educators, community, and religious leaders working with or studying Muslims.
The Lab conducts extensive research into understanding Muslims’ unique needs pertaining to mental health and the Islamic faith. Furthermore, it aims to tackle the stigma surrounding the Muslim community regarding seeking mental health services, and the association between mental health and spirituality. The Lab is committed to providing resources to increase the quality and accessibility of mental health services for Muslims in the United States and worldwide.
Lab Interns - 2023-2024 Cohort
Applications will reopen in the summer.