Islamic Parenting: Raising Resilient Children | Ustadha Hosai Mojaddidi & Brother Ali Bishop

Ustadha Hosai Mojaddidi and Brother Ali Bishop give practical and spiritual insights about raising resilient children based on the book "The Coddling of the American Mind," by Greg Lukianoff and Johathan Haidt.

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This talk was delivered on January 24, 2023 at Peace Terrace Academy in Fremont. It was delivered via the Muslim Community Center - East Bay (MCC East Bay) in Pleasanton, California.

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Ustadha Hosai Mojaddidi is an educator, public speaker, author/writer, spiritual counselor, and mental health advocate with over 25 years experience serving the Muslim community. She is the co-founder of MH4M (, a site dedicated to providing clinically supported & Islamically sound information on common mental health issues.

She began her Islamic studies at the renowned Zaytuna Institute (now Zaytuna College) in the San Francisco Bay Area where she was blessed to study a variety of topics including Qur'anic memorization and recitation, fiqh, seerah, aqeeda, tazkiyyah an-nafs, and other sacred sciences directly with Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi, Imam Zaid Shakir, Qari Amar Bellaha, and other visiting scholars.

She currently offers year round classes on spiritual development and self development for adults and youth through different local and national organizations on topics such as parenting, marriage/family, women's issues, youth issues, spirituality, seerah, tazkiyyah an nafs, social-emotional learning, social media literacy, mental health advocacy, etc. She is also a published author, writer, and active content creator on social media. She is a wife and mother of two and resides in California, USA.

Brother Ali Bishop is a licensed mental health therapist working in Alameda County. His full time time position is the mental health clinician at Newark Memorial High School in Newark, California. Br. Ali services high school students that have a wide variety of mental health issues including anxiety, stress management, anger management and depression just to name a few.

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