PRESS/ PUBLICATIONS

Islam Channel, June 2020

Guest appearance in Living the Life

BACP June 2020

Samia Quddus shares her second contribution piece in June's British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy ( BACP ) Children and Young People’s magazine. This beautifully illustrated collaborative lead article 'Counselling CYP in the time of coronavirus' provides honest, personal and professional opinions from 7 contributors. Samia'a piece explores the hijab and her attempts to build connections with the young people she works with.

BACP March 2020

'Trust in Allah but tie your camel', Samia Quddus features in the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Children, Young People & Families magazine March 2020.

BACP CYP June 2020

Samia Quddus features in the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Children and Young People's magazine June 2020. Samia speaks about the inspiration behind her children's picture book, Freya's Funny Feeling.

Learning from BME Voices

Published article by Samia Quddus in the BACP Children, Young People and Families Magazine; December Issue 2019. Samia shares her thoughts on Trauma Conference 2019 as well as areas for professional consideration when working with trauma and communities that carry a wider identity.

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Creator, Samia Quddus. A comprehensive Islamic-based gratitude journaling concept cultivating happiness through spiritual reflection and remembrance.

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Samia Quddus is author of Freya's Funny Feeling, a story promoting children's emotional well-being. A beautifully illustrated book providing young readers a tool to understand the various emotions they often cannot comprehend as a child.

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