Islamic Psychology: The Basics is a jargon-free and accessible introduction that explores psychology from an Islamic perspective, and provides a foundation level overview of the fundamental principles and practices of Islamic psychology. The book introduces concepts, models, approaches, themes, and theories you need to know to study the mind, soul, and behaviour based on Islamic scripture. Offering an overview of IslA mic psychology and what IslA mic psychologists do, chapters address key topics including the history of the evolution of the science of the soul, and the psychology of human behaviour and experiences. Rassool examines the concepts of the Fitrah, the Nafs (Self), the Aql (Intellect), the RuI hI (Soul) the Qalb (Heart), and the concept of IslA mic healing and spiritual interventions. Other themes include the Qur'an and psychology, models and approaches in IslA mic psychology, interpreting IslA mic psychology for modern times, and the contemporary scope of the practice of IslA mic psychology.Outlining the challenges and solutions of the development of IslA mic psychology and potential future trends, and including features to aid learning, this is the ideal introductory book for students in Psychology, IslA mic Psychology, and IslA mic Studies, as well as professionals including counsellors and therapists, and anyone interested in psychology from an IslA mic perspective.