This is a treatment technique, incorporating religious values to Cognitive conduct treatment, which was developed and promoted at the University of Sydney. Four key areas are emphasized—recognition, hope, attaining which means and goal and forgiveness. The patient is guided via five phases to achieve meaning and intention. This starts with examining the inevitables of life akin to birth and death. After desensitizing the affected person to mortality, the patient is moved to a better phase of letting go of fear and turmoil in life. The next phase examines the patient’s approach to life elements that avoid confronting mortality and perpetuate fear and turmoil.