Rabia Malik, PhD, is a consultant systemic psychotherapist. She is a registered practitioner with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists. She teaches part time on the systemic doctorate at the Tavistock Centre in London and runs a part time private practice. She has provided trainings and presented at conferences nationally and internationally on developing cross-cultural therapeutic practice as well as Islamic counselling. Her main interest is in developing therapeutic ways of working with Muslim clients, integrating cultural, religious, and spiritual beliefs with therapeutic practice. She has extensive experience in working with Muslim clients and community organizations. She works with statutory and community organizations on complex cases, including cases involving radicalization. Rabia previously was colead of the Marlborough Cultural Therapy Centre, a specialist service for minority ethnic clients based in a London Natural health Service child and adolescent mental health clinic. She also taught at the University of East London in psychosocial studies. Her doctorate was on the cultural construction of depression among Pakistanis. She has numerous publications based on her work.