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In the Media | 10.24.19

Vancouver Alumna Presents on Faith as a Source of Healing

Adler University Vancouver alumna Salima Versi presented, “’My religion is not for self-harm’: Faith as a source of healing in instances of spiritual abuse” on Tuesday, October 29 at Emmanuel College in Toronto.

Versi, who specializes in spiritual care, cross-cultural counselling, and women’s issues, is also a Ph.D. candidate in the University of Alberta’s Religious Studies program. Her presentation is about spiritual abuse in Muslim communities.

Read more about Versi’s presentation in the Muslim Link article “Check Out ‘My Religion is Not for Self-Harm: Faith as a Source of Healing in Instances of Spiritual Abuse’ a Lecture by Salima Versi on October 29 in Toronto.

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