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Understanding the Muslim Experience

  • 02/09/2018
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Towson UU Church, 1710 Dulaney Valley Road, Lutherville, MD

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  • Two continuing Education credits are available for social workers, counselors, and psychologists.

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What does it feel like to grow up Muslim in today’s world? A panel of Muslim parents will discuss their experiences as they and their children grew up in the Baltimore area. They will talk about experiences related to school, dating, work, and other situations where they interact with non-Muslims. Panelists will represent differing levels of acculturation along with the diversity that exists within and between Muslim communities. Religiously conservative Islamic believers and secular Muslims will discuss their experiences, and invite your questions. This event is co-sponsored by Adult Religious Exploration and Youth Religious Exploration because we believe that it will provide useful information to community members of all ages.

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This workshop is free to the public, but please register so we know you are coming.  Childcare is provided on request.  CEUs are available for social workers and counselors for $20.

Silvana Alsamadi, LGPC, NCC, M.Ed, is a Professional School Counselor at Chapel Hill Elementary School in Baltimore where she runs a comprehensive, developmental school counseling program for approximately 400 students in grades 3-5. Her publications include measurement of emotional problems and techniques for welcoming students with various sexual orientations or gender identities in schools. She will organize the panel for this event and provide background information.



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