Haque, A., Khan, F., Keshavarzi, H., & Rothman, A. E. (2016). Integrating Islamic traditions in modern psychology: Research trends in last ten years. Journal of Muslim Mental Health10(1).


Kaplick, P.M. & Skinner, R (2017) – The Evolving Islam, Psychology Movement, European Psychologist, 22 (3) 198 – 204.

Rothman, A. & Coyle, A. (2018). Toward a framework for Islamic psychology and psychotherapy: An Islamic model of the soul. Journal of Religion and Health, 57(5), 1731-1744.


Rothman, A. (2018). An Islamic theoretical orientation to psychotherapy. In C. York Al-Karam (Ed.), Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy: Uniting Faith and Professional Practice (pp. 25-56). West Conshohocken, PA: Templeton Press.


Skinner, R. ((1989) 2018). Traditions paradigms and basic concepts in Islamic Psychology. J of Religion and Health. (1-8).  DOI:10.1007/s10943-018-0595-1

Skinner, R. (2010) An Islamic Approach to  Psychology & Mental Health. Mental Health, Religion & Culture 13 (6) 547-551.

Skinner, R. and Kaplick, P.M. (2017) – Cultural Shift in Mental Illness – a comparison of stress responses in World War 1 and the Vietnam War. J.R.S.M. Open 8 (12) 1-5.


And here is the list of key literature that we have listed on the IAIP website: