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Youth Counselling

Ibn Umar reported: The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said,
“The most beloved people to Allah are those who are most beneficial to the people. The most beloved deed to Allah is to make a Muslim happy, or to remove one of his troubles..”

We hope to make this service a benefit for many young Muslims allowing them to flourish in their lives to convert young people who are suffering from problems to become happy, positive and successful people.


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Our Team

Abdulhakim Sourroukh

An enthusiastic and committed youth worker whom places the wellbeing of the community’s youth at the very forefront of his mission. “I want the youth to have vision.” Abdulhakeem has a BA is criminology, and with years of experience managing youth projects he now leads the wlicc’s youth department towards a fruitful future.

Dr Mohammad Al Swaydan

Dr Mohammad is the head of WLICC and has a calm and subtle approach when dealing with peoples problems. He is a graduate from Imam Ibn Saud Islamic university in Riyadh and is currently pursuing his PHD in Islamic finance.

Sheikh Hassan Aljishtimi

Sheikh Hassan is one of the Imams at the WLICC who deals nearly daily with counseling individuals and families. He has a Master degree in linguistics and many years of experience in reconciling between people.

How to book an appointment?

1. Click “Book An Appointment” button

If the link does not work, you may also click here.

2. Select the Youth Counselling Service
3. Choose from the list of counselors
3. Choose a date and time
4. Enter your information

WLICC does not share your personal information to third parties.

5. Confirm your appointment

No cancellation or rescheduling is permitted within 24 hour(s) of the appointment time.

Have questions?

Call 020 7471 8277 or email youth@wlicc.org.

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