Hosai Mojaddidi is the co-Founder of MH4M (www.mentalhealth4muslims.com), a site dedicated to providing mental health related content tailored for the Muslim community. She has served the American-Muslim community for over 20 years as a spiritual advisor, mental health advocate, writer/editor, mediator, interfaith organizer, and public speaker, covering a variety of topics including women's issues, marriage/family, youth/teen issues, education, self development, interfaith bridge building, mental health, spirituality, etc. She currently offers monthly self-development and spiritual wellness classes for Muslim women at Ta'leef Collective and the MCC East Bay, as well as regular educational workshops about social-emotional learning, social media competency & responsibility, and coming of age for students, teachers, and parents at several Bay Area Islamic schools. She also offers periodic talks throughout California and nationally for the Muslim community at large on a variety of topics including spiritual development (tazkiyah an nafs), seerah, parenting, women’s issues, mental health advocacy, youth issues, & social media competency. Her first children's book, Clear the Path: A Rhyme Book on Manners for Little Muslims was published two years ago and she has plan to write more books in the future, God-willing. In her spare time she enjoys reading, writing, blogging via social media, doing arts and crafts, visiting gourmet coffee shops, and exploring the countless beautiful beaches and state parks throughout California where she lives with her husband and two sons. To learn more about Hosai, please visit: www.hosaimojaddidi.com.