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The Ruqyah Clinical Service has been established since 2004 with the intention of serving the needs of all type of communities. Our aims are to help, counsel and provide the prophetic treatment known as “Ruqyah” from the authentic source of Qur’an and Sunnah by investigating and treating the Physiological, Psychological, and the Supernatural. Why it is creating a certain issue, symptom, reaction, response or behaviour within you (albeit one that you are consciously desperate to be free from).

The founder is well known by my alias name Raqi Saeed the reason being due to him perform Ruqyah (Islamic Spiritual Healer) the practitioner have been brought up from childhood in the immense diverse multi-cultural community. The practitioner is a approved Raqi and the practise is registered. Click here to see the Ruqyah service approved by a Mufti.

Allah say “And We send down (stage by stage) in the Qur'an that which is a healing and a mercy to those who believe” [Qur’an 17:82]

Reason for new approach (reform)

The patients which are cared for come from a wide variety of religious and cultural backgrounds. I discovered a large gap between the Western and Eastern, Therapy and Medicine, which needed reforming. We wanted to form a unique approach similar to Holistic philosophy healing.

We found the lack of understanding of the patient’s culture can lead to misunderstanding of the patient’s problems and needs. Understanding the patients' culture is really an important ingredient in how to approach and administer with the mental and physical health of the patient.

A culturally and religiously competent practitioner must develop cultural and religiously sensitivity "Cultural sensitivity can be defined in the broadest sense to be an awareness and utilisation of knowledge related to ethnicity, culture, gender, or sexual orientation in explaining and understanding situations and responses of individuals in their environment" (Facione, 1993, as cited in Broome, 2006).

It is critical to assess each patient individually and not make cultural assumptions about a patient's beliefs or health practices. Asking the patient and family to define what they perceive as the cause of illness (Rankin et al., 2005) and what health practices the patient continues to follow will allow for development of an individualised culturally sensitive teaching plan. In assessing cultural beliefs, multiple areas should be considered, including the patient's perception of illness and treatment, the social organisation including family, communication behaviours, expression of pain, folk health care beliefs, past experience with care, and language.

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