Pornography is a Muslim problem, while the discussion on Muslims and pornography consumption has begun to enter mainstream discussion, we often often focus on “porn is haram” without a context that addresses the underlying causes and effects of pornography consumption. In this episode, we are joined by Abida Minhas, who is a licensed professional counselor and supervisor with a BA in Psychology and a Masters in Clinical Psychology. She is also a founding member of MAPS, the Muslim Association for Psychological Services, which is a social enterprise whose purpose is to bridge the gap between mental health and the Muslim community.
To learn more about Abida Minhas and the MAPS network, visit www.mapsnetwork.org
To read brother Ahmad’s reflection on his journey to quitting porn, visit 10 Tested Ways to Overcome Porn Addiction.
To read sister Sakinah's account on battling alcohol addiction, visit Drowning In Bottles: My Muslim Story Of Addiction And Substance Use Disorder