About this Journal

The Journal of Muslim Mental Health is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal and publishes articles exploring social, cultural, medical, theological, historical, and psychological factors affecting the mental health of Muslims in the United States and globally. The journal publishes research and clinical material, including research articles, reviews, and reflections on clinical practice.

Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2021

Original Article


Politicizing Muslim Mental Health

Tarek Younis

2021-09-29 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2021

Investigating a Relationship between Perceived Stress, Religious Coping, and Religiosity in Migrant Muslim Women

Nana-fatima Taini Ozeto and Thérèse Allan

2021-09-29 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2021

Effects of Religious Discrimination and Fear for Safety on Life Satisfaction for Muslim Americans

Ramy Bassioni and Kimberly Langrehr

2021-09-29 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2021

The Relationship Between Afterlife Beliefs and Mental Wellbeing Among Jordanian Muslim Youth

Riyad Al-Issa , Steven Eric Krauss , Samsilah Roslan and Haslinda Abdullah

2021-09-29 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2021

Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

Nina Bosankic , Selvira Draganovic , Jasmina Ramic and Amber Haque

2021-09-29 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2021