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Reigniting the Fire - Maintaining Healthy Relationships

Reigniting the Fire is a panel discussion for those currently or previously married or considering marriage in the future. Psychotherapist Musarrat Yousufali will discuss 5 keys to a happy relationship and Sh. Yassir Fazaga will explore healthy ways to keep the passion alive in a contemporary American Muslim marriage. Yasmin Diallo Turk will facilitate questions and conversation with the presenters.


Location:

Whole Foods Domain

2nd floor community room (near the elevator)

11920 Domain Dr, Austin, TX 78758

*This event is co-hosted by Muslim Space and East Austin Community of al-Islam (EACI)

Meet the Panel

Musarrat Yousufali is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). That's just professional jargon for being a licensed healer, marriage mender and change maker. I help people who want to transform their lives and are buried under troubled pasts and hurting hearts. I guide them to healing their past demons so that they can live a life free of anxiety, depression, fears; and build a happier life for themselves and their relationships. I know from working with women and couples from all walks of life as well as my own personal experience that investing in healing has made the biggest difference in their lives and the best investment they could have made to be happier and healthier. I believe when you heal your heart you will change the world. (Musarrat is this still your preferred bio?)

Imam Yassir was born in Eritrea in northeast Africa and moved to the USA at the age of 15. Upon graduating high school, he pursued a Bachelors Degree in Islamic Studies from the Imam Saud University Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in Virginia. He has finished work for his Masters in Psychotherapy at California State Long Beach, and is currently pursuing a second Masters in Arabic at The University of Texas at Austin.

Yasmin Turk does evaluation and compliance for SafePlace, an organization that works at the intersections of child abuse, human trafficking, sexual and domestic violence. She also supports people and projects that enhance education, sustainability and creativity in Senegal, one of the 25 poorest countries in the world. She is currently working on her dissertation about ecotourism and plans to start an ecotourism business. On top of that she’s the mother of three, and a visible activist representing the Austin-area Muslim community at large.

Earlier Event: November 30
Friday Prayers
Later Event: December 6
Ladies Halaqa with Sh. Yassir Fazaga