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Our Impact

Helping and supporting those in need

We were created to provide a faith and culturally sensitive safe space for those struggling with their mental health. From inception to date, we have helped over (number) individuals, Muslim and non-Muslim, through our counselling and support services.

This has been possible due to our growing team of over 20 counsellors and CBT therapists, which places us as one of the largest Muslim mental health service providing charity within the UK.

Dispelling misconceptions and educating communities

It is no secret that mental health is a huge taboo across Muslim communities even today. We are continuously working to stamp out this taboo and de-stigmatise mental health, because we believe that you can heal by coming together, talking about it and engaging in empathy and compassion.

To do this, we have conducted a number of workshops and trainings, which have been developed by highly qualified and well-experienced academics and professionals, across a range of topics.

The morning was nourishing, enlightening and encouraged bravery and compassion. The attendees were keen to find out more and we wished we had more time to share more information about mental health from an Islamic perspective.

Grant ThorntonFor a Faith Based Approach to Mental Health Workshop

Thank you very much on behalf of the Sunnah Trust team for leading today’s session. The students really enjoyed the session and found it very engaging and learnt new ways on how to deal with mental health.

Sunnah TrustFor a Mental Health Training Session

As a children’s palliative care charity we have numerous parents and carers calling our Helpline of Muslim faith. The resource has therefore been shared by our Helpline advisors to ensure they are sensitive to the specific faith needs of callers and have information to draw upon as necessary.

Julia Hodgson (Together for Short Lives)for A Muslim's Toolkit on Anxiety and Depression

This is by far my favourite journal. I’ve never thought of my relationship with Allah and Quran in the way this booklet has made me think and feel. I’m so grateful. May Allah reward you for putting such an epic resource out into the community.

MinahFor the Positive Islamic Affirmations Journal
Counselling Sessions
Workshop Attendees
Social Media Followers
Organisations we have worked with


Approachable Parenting




Eternal Gardens

Genes & Health

Green Acres Group

Grenfell Muslim Response Unit

Here for Youth

Islamic Help

Islamic Relief

Khalil Center

Lantern Initiative



Mindworks UK

MK Womens Wellbeing

Muslim Doctors Association

Muslimaat UK

Muslim Women’s Connect

Muslim Women’s Network

Muslim Youth Helpline

My Tazkiyah

Nisa Helpline


Ramadan Tent Project


Safinah Collective

Sunnah Trust

Young Minds


Grant Thornton

Public Health England



Genes & Health

Al Manaar Mosque

Bury Park Masjid

Exeter Mosque

Green Lane Mosque


Wise Masjid

Cambridge University


Imperial College London

King’s College London

London School of Economics

Manchester Metropolitan University

NUS: National Union of Students

Queen Mary: University of London

University College London

University of Birmingham

University of East Anglia

University of Leicester

University of Warwick

Azhar Academy


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