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Lecture: “Find True Love and Make it Last” with Haleh Banani
February 23, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Learn what it takes to attract the right person to marry and make the love last a lifetime. How do we build and maintain healthy relationships? What is it we should look for in a partner? What are the current crises we’re facing in marriages? Come and listen to Haleh Banani, a clinical psychologist with 20 years of experience, answer these questions and discuss relationships in Islam.
Haleh Banani has her Master’s in Clinical Psychology with 20 years experience. She is a pioneer in combining psychology & Islam within her practice- providing Skype sessions for clients from around the world. Haleh hosted her own TV show on Al-Fajr TV in Egypt called ‘With Haleh’. She is an international speaker and writer. She has appeared as a trusted expert on Al-Jazeera, Huda, & Bayyinah TV and Islamic Online University. Haleh is the founder of the 5 Pillars of Marriage Program which is an online course that gives the blueprint to having a successful marriage. It has helped save hundreds of marriages worldwide.
Sponsored by Muslin Students Association. For more information, visit here.
Perkins Library Room 217
Duke University, West Campus