Mosque Open House
Muslims in Bryan-College Station invite all our friends and neighbors to visit the local mosque during our Mosque Open House. This event will be a come-and-go event 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm. We welcome you to visit the local mosque and get a chance to learn more about Islam and Muslims! Please invite and bring all your friends and family. Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!
4/1/2017 2:30:00 PM -05:000.0000
Brothers Indoor Basketball Tournment 4v4
Assalamu Alakium, We will be having a 4 on 4 DOUBLE ELIMINATION BASKETBALL tournment in the Muslim Student Center! Details below: Total Players: 5 per team (4 on court; 1 sub!) Total Teams: 8 teams (double elimination) Entry Fee: $20 per team Time: Asr - 11 p.m. Date: TBA To sign-up use the link below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSce7_FZXUVARddtXpiC8uo0ub4nDZoAsKPIg6IkvJtVk7eM6w/viewform Note: Rules and Regulations of the game will be posted during the game. Snacks and drinks will be sold during the game. Cash and credit accepted!
2/25/2017 4:00:00 AM -06:000.0000
MIA: What’s Missing In the Archive? You, Me, Muslims and Islam.
In celebration of Black History Month, our very own Sr. Rebecca Hankins, a Associate Professor, Curator, and Librarian for Africana Studies with Texas A&M University Libraries, will be giving a talk on the value of archives after Isha, (8PM) titled MIA: What’s Missing In the Archive? You, Me, Muslims and Islam. Biography - Rebecca Hankins was recently appointed by President Obama as an Member, National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Rebecca Hankins is Associate Professor, Curator, and Librarian for Africana Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Arabic Language at Texas A&M University, where she has worked since 2003. Ms. Hankins was Assistant Librarian and Archivist at the University of Arizona from 2001 to 2003 and Archivist at the Amistad Research Center at Tulane University from 1988 to 2001. She is also a Regent for Exam Development for the Academy of Certified Archivists and a Distinguished Fellow of the Society of American Archivists. Ms. Hankins received a B.A. from Loyola University New Orleans, an M.L.I.S. from Louisiana State University, and is a Certified Archivist with the Academy of Certified Archivists.
2/24/2017 8:00:00 PM -06:000.0000
Meet Your Muslim Neighbors!
Hi friends, We are so blessed to live in such a wonderful community who have stood with us in support and solidarity. We are welcoming you to visit our mosque, on February 11th from 1:30pm - 3:30pm. Please bring your family, friends, neighbors, and come meet your Muslim neighbors in the Bryan/College Station area! Address: 417 Stasney St. College Station, TX 77845
2/11/2017 1:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
ICBCS Spring Welcome Dinner
Come visit your new Muslim friends and neighbors at the Islamic Community of Bryan/College Station. Make some new friends and get to know your local masjid! Dinner will be served at 6:30 PM, followed by a program by Imam Islam and the ICBCS/MSA Board after Magrib prayer.
1/27/2017 6:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
The Future of Refugee Resettlement in Texas
Join us this Friday, December 16th at Isha Prayer (7:30PM) to listen to Ghulam Kehar, the CEO of Amaanah Refugee Services, to talk about the Future of Refugee Resettlement in Texas. Bio: Ghulam Kehar: Chief Executive Officer As part of Amaanah’s founding group, Ghulam has been the visionary at the helm of Amaanah and a voice for refugees for almost 10 years. Ghulam is a regular speaker and presenter and has also served on the advisory board for the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (MOIRA) in Houston. Ghulam holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and entrepreneurship from the University of Houston and a nonprofit leadership certification from Rice University. More information found here: https://refugeelink.com/
12/16/2016 7:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
Community at Times of Trial - By Sh. Mamdouh Mahmoud
Join us for our weekly Friday Night Lesson at ICBCS Masjid after Isha (7:30PM) with Sh. Mamdouh Mahmoud. Biography - Sh. Mamdouh Mahmoud graduated from Al-Azhar University in Cairo in 1994 with a B.A. in Islamic Studies and English Literature. He has studied extensively with various scholars, acquiring the knowledge and certification to teach diverse topics within the Islamic Sciences including fiqh, hadith, Arabic, and Qur’anic Studies, aqeedah, tafseer, morals, seerah, and family matters. In his professional career, he has served as an imam of various mosques. He was Imam at the Islamic Society of Greater Houston (Southeast Masjid Abu Bakr As-Siddeeq) from 1996 to 2001. He also worked as a volunteer Muslim Chaplain in the Texas prison system, a contract Imam with the Federal Bureau of Prisons in the United States Penitentiary in Beaumont, Texas, and as a part-time Imam for the Islamic Society of Lafayette, Louisiana until 2002. From 2002-2003, he was the Imam and Director of Galveston Islamic Center and was the first Muslim chaplain working with pastoral care at the University of Texas medical branch in Galveston. He then served as Director and Assistant Imam of Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota from 2004-2005, and then as the full time Imam and Director of the Eden Prairie Islamic Community Center (EPICC). He served as a volunteer Imam of Masjid Al-Ansar serving the Woodlands and Conroe, TX. He is also a founding member of the Islamic University of Minnesota, the Islamic Jurisprudence Council of Minnesota (IJCM), the Quraa (Quran reciters) Association of America, and a member of the North American Imam Federation (NAIF). He served from 2009-2011 as the Director of Sharia Academy of America – Houston Branch, which he also helped to found. He continues to teach online classes and monthly seminars for the institution. His latest project, Roots and Sprouts, was founded in 2011.
11/25/2016 7:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
Allah Wants You Back - Presented by Hamzah Ghia
Join us for our weekly Friday Night Lesson at ICBCS Masjid after Isha (7:30PM) with Br. Hamzah Ghia. Biography - Hamzah Ghia: Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Br. Hamzah is a University of Houston alum where he completed his masters degree in accounting.. He memorized the Quran at the age of ten (masha’Allah!), and has completed his Ijazah with Sh. Uthman Khan and Sh. Syed El Abdullah. He is currently studying under numerous teachers locally in Houston. He has been a teacher of Quran for ten years now, and is the principal at Masjid Hamza in Houston for one of the biggest part time programs in the city of Houston. He also serves as the Youth Director at Masjid Hamza.
11/18/2016 7:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
FAST 5 - Presented by: Ustadh Amaar al-Shukry
Join us for our Friday Night Halaqa for this week with Ustadh Amaar al-Shukry! The title of the lesson will be: Fast 5: The prophetic advice on taking advantage of 5 before 5. It will start after Isha at 7:30 PM at the ICBCS Mosque. Biography - Ammar AlShukry is the AlMaghrib Grand Slam Champion, excelling in his involvement at every capacity: volunteer, original Ameer of QTayybah, HQ staff, graduate and now instructor. Ammar began seeking knowledge in New York with a wide variety of teachers in Quran, Hadith, Aqeedah, Fiqh and Tafseer. Beyond the tri-state he was able to benefit from scholars throughout the United States such as Shaykh Salah Al-Sawwy, Dr. Hatem El-Haj, Shaykh Mamdouh Mahmoud, and extensive study with Vice-President of AlMaghrib Institute, Shaykh Waleed Basyouni. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Islamic Sciences with AlMaghrib Institute. He has the ability to walk seamlessly between generations. Ammar is also very well known for his thought-provoking and heart-moving poetry with classics such as “Jannah”, “Until I See You”, and “The Witr Du’a”
11/11/2016 7:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
Day of Ashura Iftar
The 10th of Muharram, or the day of 'Ashura is on Tuesday, October 11th. ICBCS will be hosting an iftar at the new Muslim Student Center (located next to the masjid) insha'Allah. The Prophet (saw) said, “Fasting that day of 'Ashura is of great merits. I hope that Allah will accept it as an expiation of sins committed the previous year." He (saw) also encouraged us to fast either the 9th and 10th of Muharram, or the 10th of 11th of Muharram. May Allah give us the ability to fast in the coming days and accept it as an expiation of our sins of the previous year.
10/11/2016 7:15:00 PM -05:000.0000
Halal Food - What's really in your food? Speaker: Dr. Mian Riaz
Halal Food Guidelines - What's Really in your Food? Presented by: Dr. Mian N. Riaz (Author of "Halal Food Production) Topics that will be covered: Halal Food in the United States Hidden Haram Ingredients in Food What are E Numbers? Halal Food Shopping Guide Biography: Mian Riaz, Ph.D., is director for the Food Protein R&D Center and head of the Extrusion Program and Graduate Faculty in the Food Science and Technology Program at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Dr. Riaz works with the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America to increase awareness of Muslim issues specifically related to halal certfication. He evaluates the impact halal standards may have on foods.
10/7/2016 7:15:00 PM -05:000.0000
ICBCS Eid ul-Adha Picnic
Bring your family out join the ICBCS Community in celebrating Eid ul-adha! Eid picnic will be on Saturday, September 17th at Tiffany Park in Bryan. Address: 3890 Copperfield Drive, Bryan, TX 77802 Burgers, bouncy houses, trains, cotton candy, sports - fun for all ages!
9/17/2016 4:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
The Sinner's Cure - By: Ammar al-Shukry
Join us for our Friday Night Halaqa for this week with Ustadh Amaar al-Shukry! The title of the lesson will be: The Sinner's Cure: The Importance of Istighar. It will start after Magrib at 7:40PM at the ICBCS Mosque.
9/16/2016 7:40:00 PM -05:000.0000
Eid ul-Adha Prayer
Eid-ul-Adha will be on Monday, September 12. Salatul Eid will be held at the Brazos County Expo Center. Takbeerat will begin at 8:30am and salat will be at 9:00 am. Please bring your own prayer rugs. Address: 5827 Leonard Rd, Bryan, TX 77807 (PLEASE NOTICE THE CHANGE OF VENUE) Eid picnic, insha-Allah, will be held on the following Saturday, September 17 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Tiffany Park
9/12/2016 8:30:00 AM -05:000.0000
Day of 'Arafah Iftar
The Prophet (S) was asked about fasting on the Day of Arafa. He said, "It expiates the sins of the previous year and of the coming year." [Sahih Muslim] ICBCS will be provided iftar for those observing the day of 'Arafah at the Masjid, after magrib (7:30PM)
9/11/2016 7:30:00 PM -05:000.0000
Community Night: Jeopardy!
Come test your knowledge at our first community night at the Islamic Community of Bryan/College Station! Brothers versus Sisters. Who will win?! After Magrib, Friday, September 9th (7:45 PM)
9/9/2016 7:45:00 PM -05:000.0000
ICBCS Welcome Social
Come visit your new Muslim friends and neighbors at the Islamic Community of Bryan/College Station on Friday, September 2nd after Magrib (8pm). Make some new friends, eat some yummy ice cream, and get to know your local masjid!
9/2/2016 8:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
FNL: When Mountains Crumble by Ust. Ammar AlShukry
Let's kick off the semester with a Friday Night Lesson (FNL) with AlMagrib's very own - Ustadh Ammar Alshukry! Biography - Ammar AlShukry is the AlMaghrib Grand Slam Champion, excelling in his involvement at every capacity: volunteer, original Ameer of QTayybah, HQ staff, graduate and now instructor. Ammar began seeking knowledge in New York with a wide variety of teachers in Quran, Hadith, Aqeedah, Fiqh and Tafseer. Beyond the tri-state he was able to benefit from scholars throughout the United States such as Shaykh Salah Al-Sawwy, Dr. Hatem El-Haj, Shaykh Mamdouh Mahmoud, and extensive study with Vice-President of AlMaghrib Institute, Shaykh Waleed Basyouni. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Islamic Sciences with AlMaghrib Institute. He has the ability to walk seamlessly between generations. Ammar is also very well known for his thought-provoking and heart-moving poetry with classics such as “Jannah”, “Until I See You”, and “The Witr Du’a”
8/26/2016 8:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
Sisters' Halaqa:"Importance of Dhikr in Our Lives"
By: Umm Abdullah Sr Ghada Kharbat Saturday After Maghreb
8/13/2016 8:20:00 PM -05:000.0000
Eid ul-Fitr Picnic
Bring your family out join the ICBCS Community in celebrating Eid ul Fitr! Eid picnic will be on Sunday, July 10th in Austin Colony Park. Address: 2400 Austins Colony Pkwy, Bryan, TX 77802 Burgers, bouncy houses, trains, cotton candy, sports - fun for all ages!
7/10/2016 2:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
ICBCS Eid ul-Fitr Prayer
EId will be Wednesday, July 6th - Insha'Allah. We will complete 30 days of Ramadan. ii) Prayer time: Takbeerat to begin at 8.30 and prayer around 9.00am. Please bring your own prayer rugs for praying in New building. iii) Parking options (see map) a) Paid metered street parking. b) Free parking at St. Mary's parking lot off Nagle Street (Their parking attendant will direct you to the left side of their lot) c) Parking garage off College Main d) Masjid parking lot RESERVED for Disabled parking only. iv) Zakatul Fitr Please pay by Friday evening if you want ICBCS to distribute it or pay online to any of the Muslim charitable organizations. Zakatul Fitr is $10 for each person in the household, regardless of age. v) Prayer spaces Brothers: Multi-purpose Hall (use left entrance) with overflow in Masjid. Sisters: Multi-purpose Hall (use Sisters’ new entrance) or Upstairs area in Masjid.
7/6/2016 8:30:00 AM -05:000.0000
Aggie Muslim Alumni Network - Houston Lunch
Assalamu Alaikum Aggie Muslim Alumni, We hope that this message reaches you in the best of health and Iman. It seems like only yesterday that we were on the Texas A&M campus, walking across Academic Plaza or studying at Evans. What better way to relive these memories with each other, than reuniting with the Aggie Muslim Alumni Network for lunch on Saturday, April 30th. Lunch will be held at Mezban (6655 Harwin Dr #108, Houston, TX 77036), starting at 1:00 PM, and will be free to Aggies and their families. We will have a short program, including a preview of the Aggie Muslim Student Center (MSC), scheduled to open this Ramadan insha’Allah. We will be accepting donations to see this project to the finish line insha’Allah. Please RSVP here - http://bit.ly/1MvlArG Learn more about the MSC project here - http://www.muslimstudentcenter.org/
4/30/2016 1:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
Mosque Open House
Mosque Open House Meet your Muslim neighbors and try a variety of ethnic foods Mosque Address: 417 Stasney St. College Station, TX 77840
4/9/2016 3:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
Etiquette of Believers - Surat Alhujurat" By: Sheikh Mamdouh Mahmoud
"Etiquette of Believers - Surat Alhujurat" After Maghreb (7:50 PM)
3/25/2016 7:50:00 PM -05:000.0000
MSC Fundraising Competition
Howdy Ags! I got a little story for you Ags! Twenty years ago, the Bryan College Station Muslim community was blessed to open the doors to the Islamic Community of Bryan-College Station (ICBCS). Now in 2015, we are again given the oppertunity to serve the community once more by helping fund the first Muslim Student Center in the state of Texas! If you are a student at Texas A&M you can help in the funding of the expansion project! We are asking that you reach out to your parents, your family friends and communities back home over winter break to help raise some funds for the student center. There is a competition to help add a little incentive as well! ** DEADLINE: MARCH 22ND BY MIDNIGHT** There are two ways you can get donations in and for them to be counted in the competition! 1) Get the envelope with cash and your name on the outisde to Shan Khan Niazi or Arshia Waqar 2) Donate at muslimstudentcenter.org and in the memo section to add your name. THE PRIZES ARE: * Fitbit surge for the student who raises the most money in total! * iPad mini 3 to the person who gets the most amount of donors! If you have any questions reach out to Shan Khan Niazi or Arshia Waqar! May your gift be a continuous blessings upon you as it benefits generations of Muslim students to come. Ameen.
3/22/2016 11:59:00 PM -05:000.0000
ICBCS Youth BBQ
This Sunday (February 28th) @ 1:30pm, ICBCS will be hosting a youth BBQ for all ages 12-18 at Wolf Pen Creek Park. We will be grilling and hosting small sports activities such as volleyball, kite flying and tug-o-war, inshaAllah. Note that we are scheduling directly after Sunday School & Duhr prayer. Please RSVP Sr. Nimrah and spread the word to others interested. We ask that parents coordinate rideshares from Sunday School to Wolf Pen Creek Park between their children. If rides are needed, please contact me and we can arrange rides with a counselor, inshaAllah. Pick-up from Wolf Pen Creek is set for 3:30pm. Wolf Pen Creek Park: 1015 Colgate Dr, College Station, TX 77840
2/28/2016 1:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
Friday Night Lesson
VIDEO EDITION - "Increase Your Love for the Prophet Muhammad" by Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan
2/26/2016 8:00:00 PM -06:000.0000
Friday Night Halaqa with Sheikh Mamdouh Mahmoud - "Etiquette of believers - Surat Alhujurat"
It's a new semester and we are back with Friday Night Halaqas! This week we have Sheikh Mamdouh Mahmoud from Houston, with the topic "Etiquette of believers - Surat Alhujurat"
2/19/2016 8:00:00 PM -06:000.0000
Spring Welcome Dinner
Join us on Friday, Feb 5th for the Spring 2016 ICBCS Welcome dinner! We will have special guest, Sh. Zia Shiekh, to give a short reminder after dinner. The event will start at 6:30 pm. Please sign up here if you can provide a dish - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SwRcuZ2O8t22dkEzUNEXTxNWRSPQ4ApsB7tOvYscv7U/edit Imam Zia is a founding member of the North Texas Islamic Council, an umbrella organization representing Islamic Organizations in the North Texas Area. He is actively involved in Interfaith, Outreach and Dawah work, working hard to unite various faith groups in an effort to create peace and harmony between religions. He has served as an Imam in the USA since 1996. Education & Other Skills: *PhD from the Graduate Theological Foundation. * Masters in Arabic and Islamic Theology * Memorized the complete Qur’an * Can speak Arabic, Urdu, English, Punjabi, Gujarati fluently * Has written a complete explanation of Imam Bukhari’s Book of Iman
2/5/2016 6:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
Friday Night Halaqa with Sh. Eiad Soudan - "Our Meeting with Allah on the Day of Judgement"
It's a new semester and we are back with Friday Night Halaqas! This week we have Sh. Eiad Soudan from Houston, with the topic "Our Meeting with Allah on the Day of Judgement" Dr. Eiad Soudan is a Syrian doctor, with a medical degree from the University of Damascusi in Syria. He is currently the Imam of Masjid Bilal in Houston, Texas, where he teaches subjects such as Islamic Studies. He is also a Quran teacher at many Islamic schools in Houston.
1/22/2016 7:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
Sister's Winter Potluck Social
Please join your ICBCS sisters for a monthly gathering on Wednesday, December 30th after Dhuhr (1:00PM). There will be games, food, and plenty of company to be around! Please bring a dish to share!
12/30/2015 1:00:00 PM -06:000.0000
MOSQUE OPEN HOUSE
Muslims in Bryan-College Station invite all our friends and neighbors to visit the local mosque during our Mosque Open House. You can invite your friends and family too! This is a come and go event from 2:30pm to 4:30pm for a chance to have a look at our mosque and get a chance to learn a little more about Islam and Muslims. Come out to meet your Muslim Neighbors and enjoy some ethnic refreshments while you are at it! We hope to see you there!
11/8/2015 2:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
Friday Night Halaqa: Why do Muslim Scholars Disagree? by Sh. Arsalan Haque
NOTE** Due to time change, the halaqa has been moved to after ISHA Prayer (7:30 PM) Biography - Arsalan Haque was born in Karachi and raised in College Station, Texas. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor's in Biochemistry in 2001. After working in in Houston for a few years, he traveled to Damascus, where he studied the Arabic language for two years. In 2007, he was granted a scholarship by the Islamic American University to study at al-Azhar University in Egypt. He is married with two sons.
11/6/2015 7:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
Day of 'Ashura Potluck
Assalaamu alaikum Brothers and Sisters, The 10th of Muharram, or the day of 'Ashura is on Saturday, October 24th. The Prophet (saw) said, “Fasting that day of 'Ashura is of great merits. I hope that Allah will accept it as an expiation of sins committed the previous year." He (saw) also encouraged us to fast either the 9th and 10th of Muharram, or the 10th of 11th of Muharram. May Allah give us the ability to fast in the coming days and accept it as an expiation of our sins of the previous year. ICBCS will be hosting a potluck at the masjid after Magrib. Please bring a dish to share. Please avoid bringing 'junk food' Sign up here --> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1lLw7_wlyoZq7nzSuAp_6YhZQqPRUUXuda9K0eKXR-8k/viewform Wassalaamu alaikum, ICBCS
10/24/2015 6:45:00 PM -05:000.0000
Friday Halaqa - Istiqamah: Staying on the straight Path with Sh. Gyasi Mckinzie
Insha'Allah there will be a Friday night lesson (October 234d) with Sheikh Gyasi Mckinzie after Maghrib (6:55 PM). The topic is "Istiqamah: Staying on the straight Path. Biography - Sh. Gyasi Mckinzie was born in Washington D.C. and raised in Memphis, TN. He accepted Islam while in high school. He earned his B.A. from the College of Dawah and Usool Ad-Deen, and a diploma in Arabic from the Islamic University of Medina. He also has a Masters in Theological Studies from Vanderbilt University. Sh. Gyasi has nearly 15 years of experience providing Islamic leadership to schools and organizations. Besides having served as Imam of the Muslim Society of Memphis and as chaplain at two federal prisons, he has been the Youth Director of the Youth and Dawah Center in Memphis, TN. He has also served as an Islamic Studies teacher and school counselor at Pleasant View School and the Islamic School of Irving respectively. Currently, Sh. Gyasi works for Helping Hand for Relief and Development as the associate director of Marketing & Outreach for the US south central region. Sh. Gyasi also teaches classes at Al-Kauthar Institute. Sh. Gyasi lives in Euless, TX with his family. When not spending time with the youth and volunteer activities, he loves reading and going fishing.
10/23/2015 6:55:00 PM -05:000.0000
Tomorrow Never Came: The Redemption of Ka'b ibn Malik w/ Ammar Al-Shukry
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER: AMAAR AL-SHUKRY Program Details: At a young age Ka'b ibn Malik had it all; married, wealthy, he was a companion of the messenger of Allah and of the very first in Medinah to believe in him and serve him. His faith was unwavering, his reputation was impeccable. And then...he made a mistake. A mistake so big that it turned his world upside down and made the entire city of believers shun him. His mistake could have broken him. It could have destroyed him. But it didn't. The repentance of Ka'b ibn Malik is one of the most unique stories of the seerah. Told entirely in the first person of the person who lived it, it is a tale of loss, seclusion, trials, temptation.. And redemption. Some of the story highlights will include: 1) The consequences of sins in their immediate and long term effects 2) The role friendship plays in our success or failure 3) The conditions of a sincere repentance 4) The virtues of truthfulness 5) The recognizing of blessings and how to increase them Speaker Bio: http://www.virtualmosque.com/miscellaneous/poetry-fiction/interview-with-ammar-alshukry/
10/9/2015 7:10:00 PM -05:000.0000
Tips for a Blissful Marriage with Sadia Jalali
Insha'Allah ICBCS will be hosting Sadia Jalali (Bio below) on Friday, October 2nd after Magrib prayer (7:20pm) Sadia Jalali has her license to practice psychotherapy in Texas: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). She is an active member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT), a national professional organization as well as the local chapter, the Houston Association for Marriage and Family Therapists. Sadia Jalali has been in private practice since 2006, providing family/couple, individual, and group therapy services. She works with clients of diverse ethnicities, ages, and genders. Her therapeutic approach is collaborative and solution-focused, family therapy-based, culturally sensitive, and client-centered. As a Muslim-American with Pakistani heritage, Sadia Jalali can conduct therapy fluently in English, Urdu and Hindi. Her cultural and religious background has helped Sadia understand and become effective in working through cultural issues in families with 2nd generation immigrant children. Sadia is a parent of four young children, and understands issues such as effective communication in families including the parent-child relationship and marital relationship. Sadia has also led several group therapy services including anger management and parenting classes.
10/2/2015 7:20:00 PM -05:000.0000