About 2019-03-26T16:34:51+00:00

About us

Living well is a simple concept that can feel out of reach in so many ways, especially mentally and emotionally. That is why Muslim Bliss was created. It was founded by Sadia Jalali, MA, LMFT who saw the void in the Muslim community for mental wellness education and awareness.

As a licensed marriage and family therapist, she saw a need for relationship skills, premarital education, and marriage enrichment after marriage. These are all important areas where the Muslim community lacks in educational resources for development. The community also struggles to meet the needs of people who experience divorce and support is needed there. Sadia knew she had to take her skills beyond her private practice of 12 years and aims to offer services (courses, workshops, counseling) online through Muslim Bliss.

In her over decade as a counselor, Sadia has worked with hundreds of individuals, couples, and families on fostering healthier relationships. She has held workshops, seminars, and speaking engagements for local and national Muslim organizations. Sadia has led youth groups and worked as a school counselor in a Muslim private school, so she understands some of the difficulties of Muslim youth and their often dual identities. To further her understanding of Islam, she is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Islamic Studies and Leadership at Bayan Claremont.

Living well is a work in progress. Muslim Bliss is here to be a part of that journey to help you achieve your best self through healthy relationships.


Sadia Jalali steered me through the roughest instances of my past and present and dissected my life in a way that helped me understand why I perceived things the way I did. She has a knack for picking apart your thoughts and challenging the unhealthy ways we often view the world. My commitment to therapy has helped me approach my life with a clearer and more positive attitude. Situations that would have otherwise triggered anxiety and unhealthy bouts of stress in me are minor challenges now. I calculate life’s stressors from the perspective of a healthy adult and have come to terms with past traumas which triggered anxiety and affected my relationships. Sadia has the warm personality everyone wants in a therapist coupled with the intelligence we need. She is easy to open up to, even when times are dark. I am so grateful to have found someone as compassionate and easy to get along with as her. We often forego therapy because it is hard or because we don’t like our therapist—but if you are willing to give Ms. Jalali a chance, you will see how she helps her patients navigate the hardest roads with ease while maintaining the professional connection we want to place our trust in.

Female Muslim Client