Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Therapy for adults & adolescents

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) has a high success of enabling and strengthening an individual  to maximise their function, resulting in the achievement of personal, professional, and corporate goals

CBT is an evidence-based talking therapy that can help you manage your challenges by changing the way your conscious thoughts affect your mood/emotion and behaviour. It’s most commonly used to treat anxiety and depression, but can be useful for other psychological and physical health problems too.

Anxiety and Depression affects most of us at some point in life due to life circumstances that can become overwhelming that affects our day-to-day function to our full potential.

The application of CBT is not restricted to the management of Anxiety or Depression.


Thoughts create feelings

Feelings create behaviour

Behaviour reinforce thoughts


The Cognitive consulting Model:

A training of equipping that releases people into their possibilities.

For ICL, the thesis of the Cognitive Consulting model is that individual learning relates to the self, others and circumstances stem from a complicated interplay between:

  • Hereditary (biochemical & personality traits)

  • Environment (socio-economic status, religious/cultural beliefs, educational system, meaningful relationships, emotionally significant events & personality traits)

  • The uniqueness of the individual (body, soul, spirit)

Through this process of learning the individual develops idiosyncratic labelling of their world that leads to emotion and behaviour.