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Wholeness Center

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Jordan faces a growing challenge in mental health with approximately 16.4% of its population suffering from a mental health disorder and only 540 beds to support its population of about 10.2M and a growing refugee crises in the region. Unfortunately, access to comprehensive mental and functional wellness services is often limited in Jordan. Especially considering the stigma around mental health in Jordan and the region. 


However, the issue extends beyond diagnosed mental health conditions. Functional wellness, encompassing physical, mental, and social well-being, is equally crucial for overall health and quality of life in a world facing global climate and health crises. Our ability to reconnect with ourselves, each other and the planet is crucial to restore vitality internally and externally. 

Revive (إزدهار) emerges to address this critical gap, embodying a holistic approach to well-being, offering a unique blend of services: 

  • Mental health services and education

  • Functional wellness programs

  • Ecotherapy and embodiment


Why Revive is Different:

  • Combines evidence-based practices: integrating therapy, mindfulness, and nature-based interventions, all supported by research for their effectiveness in improving mental and physical health.

  • Focuses on wholeness: Revive addresses the mind-body connection, recognizing the interconnectedness of mental, physical, and social well-being. As well as our connection to inner and outer landscapes. Looking at the potential of the building as a healing and teaching tool.

  • Harnesses the power of nature: Ecotherapy and embodiment practices foster a connection with nature, proven to reduce stress, improve mood, and enhance cognitive function using the building and space as a healing and tool.


Revive is not just a center; it's a revival for individuals, communities and natural systems. By providing accessible and comprehensive personal, interpersonal and planetary services, the aim is to empower Jordanians to re-connect with themselves, their communities and the planet. 

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