Islamically Integrated Life Coaching

Empower yourself to empower others

Islamically Integrated Life Coaching Certification (IILC-Certification Level 1)

Islamically Integrated Life Coaching is a modern approach to studying and implementing Life coaching that integrates Islamic principles, philosophies, and strategies with mainstream life coaching approaches. Our training, tools, techniques, and resources are combined with Islamic values for you to become a successful life coach and build a thriving practice.

Course duration – 3 months 

Timings – 1 pm UTC to 3 pm UTC 

Date: 24th August 2024 – 24th November 2024

Every week Saturday and Sunday

Investment: $499 $449

10% Early Bird Discount till the 4th August!

Batch 4 Intake is Opening Now and Seats Are Limited. 

Who is a life coach? 

Life is filled with inevitable ups and downs in career, relationships, studies and almost all other domains of life. At times, individuals effortlessly move forward on their path, while at other times, they struggle to determine the best course of action. A certified life coach possesses the expertise to assist others during these challenging periods and help them navigate those challenges. If you are inclined to learn and utilise qualities such as empathy, active listening, decision making and problem-solving to support people in enhancing their lives, you might want to consider delving into the profession of a life coach. 

What’s “Islamic” in Islamic life coaching?

Modern psychological, self-help and life coaching studies are increasingly becoming secular, which means there are chances that they can present “solutions” to our problems that may not align with Islamic values. However, Islamically integrated life coaching ensures that not only are such solutions avoided, but the entire content presented is in synch with the teachings of Islam. Our source of inspiration and motivation is Quran and Sunnah. Therefore, all our lessons are inspired by Islamic principles.

The purpose of this course is to empower you to learn all the coaching techniques to empower others. Therefore, this course aims to

  1. Provide you with a comprehensive understanding of Islamic teachings related to personal growth and development. This includes exploring the principles of self-improvement and spiritual well-being from an Islamic perspective.
  2. Empower you to align your personal and professional lives with Islamic principles and values. ILC aims to help you develop a deeper understanding of Islamic ethics, morality, and spiritual teachings and integrate them into various aspects of your lives.
  3. Develop practical goal-setting and planning skills: Goal-setting is integral to personal development. ILC aims to equip you with effective tools and strategies for setting meaningful goals, creating action plans, and staying motivated in pursuit of those goals.
  4. Foster emotional intelligence and well-being: Emotional intelligence is crucial for navigating various challenges in life. ILC aims to enhance your emotional intelligence by providing guidance on regulating emotions, fostering positive relationships, and developing a balanced approach to life in accordance with Islamic principles.
  5. Enhance self-awareness and self-reflection: ILC emphasizes the importance of self-awareness and self-reflection as essential components of personal growth. You will learn techniques and tools to better understand your strengths, weaknesses, and values. The practice of regularly writing your reflections is an essential part of the course.
  6. Provide coaching techniques rooted in Islamic teachings: The course will introduce you to coaching techniques aligned with Islamic teachings and values. This includes active listening, effective questioning, goal-oriented conversations, coaching alliance, and providing guidance and support based on Islamic ethics.
  7. Promote balance and holistic well-being: Islam emphasizes the importance of balance in all aspects of life. ILC aims to help you achieve a balanced lifestyle by exploring topics such as time management, stress management, maintaining healthy relationships, and integrating work and personal life while staying true to Islamic values.
  8. Encourage positive mindset and resilience: Developing a positive mindset and resilience is vital for overcoming challenges and setbacks. ILC aims to provide you with strategies to cultivate positivity, manage negative thoughts, develop resilience, and maintain a strong belief in the Mercy and Guidance of Allah.
  9. Create a supportive and inclusive learning environment where you can connect with like-minded individuals, share your experiences, and seek guidance and support from the instructors and fellow participants. ILC aims to foster a sense of community and encourage lifelong learning and growth.
  10. Cultivate spiritual growth and connection with Allah: ILC focuses on nurturing your spiritual growth by exploring Islamic practices such as prayer, remembrance of Allah, and seeking knowledge. It aims to help you establish a deeper connection with your Creator, find solace in faith and seek Allah’s guidance in all aspects of life.  

 Finally, ILC will help you not only do all the above for yourself but also for your future clients and anyone who is interested in learning these tools.  Our vision is to empower individuals to lead fulfilling lives that are aligned with Islamic values, nurture their personal, spiritual, and emotional growth, and provide them with the tools and guidance to navigate life’s challenges with wisdom, resilience, and a strong connection with Allah and also help their client do the same.


A detailed syllabus will be provided to registered students only. 

Module 1 – Introduction to coaching and related terms 

Module 2 – Conducting a coaching session – the steps

Module 3 – Discovering Purpose & defining Vision 

Module 4 – Coaching techniques

Module 5 – Understanding Mind and Habit Formation 

Module 5 – Strategic Planning for and with the Client 

Module 6 – Strengthening the Belief System of the Client

Module 7 – Steps to Powerful Decision Making 

Module 8 – Understanding Personality Types

Module 9 – Strengthening relationships  

Module 10 – Integrating Spirituality in Coaching Practice 

Module 11 – Emotional Intelligence 

Module 12 – ILC Coach Competencies  

1- 80% attendance in live classes

2- 80% submission of reflections – ( Participants are required to reflect over the session and submit a brief draft of their reflection after every session).

3- Final Project – 3 recorded life coaching sessions 

4- Final Exam (Online, MCQ-based) – (80%)

Testimonials from Previous Batches

“This course has surpassed all my expectations. The value provided was exceptional, making it a one-of-a-kind learning experience. To those who want to impact the lives of others positively, I recommend that you join this course. This course can and will change your life.” Br. Javed

“The Islamic Integrated Life Coaching program was a terrific one of an excellent magnitude. It has taught me so many life skills and has sharpened my ability to make work and decisions even more worthwhile. The IILC training has given me the potential to rise and elevate my ambitions to higher and newer horizons! It’s a place of true solace as the word to their name speaks, and is a perfect example of brotherhood and sisterhood. 3-months felt like 3-hours!!! That is how blessed and peaceful the course was, yet it was thought-provoking and engaging. I highly, highly, highly recommend that anyone wanting to seek Islamic counsel training and life coaching commit to this wonderful and poignant journey!” Br Nayef

“ Right from the first class until the last session, it was an amazing journey filled with love, laughter, productivity, bonding, and loads and loads of learning. The techniques, skills, exercises, assignments, and reflections, all woven Islamically, provided a stronger foundation for building a coaching career. I couldn’t have asked for a better program.” Sr. Faiza

This course allowed me to constantly self-reflect and strive to be a better individual. Along with that, this course helped me enhance my relationships with my family and friends. I am more mindful of my interactions with other people and how I make them feel. I highly recommend this course to everyone.” Sr. Aram

“An organized program, well-prepared learning materials, and presentations a special lifetime experience I will never forget. I strongly recommend IILC  for all those who aspire to change their own life and that of society holistically without neglecting the creator of the creation.” Sr. Zebiba

“I would highly recommend this course. It is an invaluable asset for anyone seeking personal or professional growth. It will provide you with “practical tools and techniques to become an effective coach, as well as empower you on a personal level”. Sr. Bushra

“There is no doubt this course exceeded my expectations and has benefitted me. IILC empowers Muslims with the tools necessary to help the Ummah and ourselves navigate life by raising awareness of what contributes to the creation of mental stumbling blocks in life’s progression.” Br. Izham

Frequently Asked Questions

While there are no strict educational prerequisites for individuals aspiring to become life coaches, individuals with an associate degree or bachelor’s degree will be preferred. 

This is an online program in its entirety. The total number of modules is broken down into 25 classes—a total of approximately 60 hours. Live classes will be conducted twice a week. (See above for the dates and timings for this cohort). 

This course is designed for anyone who has the willingness and urge to bring a meaningful change in society. This includes (but is not limited to do so) professionals, stay-at-home mothers, teachers, trainers and students. This is also designed for anyone who is not really looking to be a life coach but wants to explore the field and is most welcome to join us as a listener (no certification will be provided to the listeners, and they are not expected to meet the course completion criteria).

 However, if you are undergoing therapy or taking medication, you can only join in as a listener. In that case, it is ethical not to request a certificate and practice life coaching. It is your moral duty is to inform us about your ongoing therapy or medication. 

 The above applies to you as well if you have a criminal history or are currently going a trial. 

There is yet to be a regulatory body that accredits Islamic Life Coaching courses. Solace aspires to be the one, In sha Allah and have a global community of Muslim coaches soon. Therefore, on completing this course (see requirements above), the you will receive a certificate from Solace. After this, you may start your private practice. Many of our students have excelled in the field by starting their own practice and exploring new avenues as they progress. 

This course does not allow or certify participants to work with clinical/mental health patients. Please note that being a clinician is a laborious process which requires a degree and many hours of supervised clinical practice. 

Lifetime access to the recording will be provided. 

If you still have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at 


Ishaq bin Sadiq

is the Founder & Lead instructor at Leaders Academy. He is a graduate of Dars-e-Nizami and a certified Life Coach. His passion is to develop youth so that they can contribute positively and meaningfully to society.

Bela Khan

is the Senior Lecturer of Psychology at IOU and an Academic Associate in Logotherapy. She is also a Life Coach, the author of two books and a Homeschooling Mom. She also holds her diplomas in Quran Tafseer and Hadith. Therefore, she loves combining the concepts of Psychology with the Divine Principles of Islam.