Dr. Neil Schultz

Use Psychology to Pull Back the Curtain & See What's Really There

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With knowledge, reflection, and support, you can transform and do things you’ve only dreamt about.

Dr Neil Schultz, Psychiatrist

Use Psychology to Pull Back the Curtain & See What's Really There

Download Your eBook & See What the Experts See

With knowledge, reflection, and support, you can transform and do things you’ve only dreamt about.

Just Like Using Night Vision Goggles

Night vision goggles let you see in the dark, see things you normally can’t.

A psychological understanding  lets you see things you normally don’t.

Just like these two images:

The dark, blurry image is what you normally see.

With psychological awareness, you see things you normally can’t.  

The result… a bright, clear image.

Now you can really start to understand what is happening.

Psychology brings clarity

It Really Helps

There is a Pathway

Develop Psychological Awareness

There is psychology in literally everything people do. When you understand the concepts, you will begin to see around you. You won't be able to 'un-see' and you will develop a whole new way of looking at life.

Understand Other People

Psychological knowledge will deliver new new insights into why people do what they do. It is a like lifting the veil and seeing what is really happening. You will be able to respond to them with those new insights.

Understand Yourself

It isn't just about other people, you play a central role in all interactions. Most people are blissfully unaware of what drives them. Knowing yourself explains why you do what you do. If you understand yourself and the other person, The possibilities are almost limited.

Understand Interactions

We don't exist in isolation, it is all about interactions between people. Understanding yourself and others solves many problems. But really understanding groups takes it to a different level. You can solve conflict and improve group function.

I Have the Expertise to Help You

Dr. Neil J Schultz 

JD, GDLP, MB, BS, MMed, FRANZCP

Neil has enjoyed a long career focused on helping people.  Starting as a general doctor working in hospitals in the late 1980’s he then moved on to specialise in psychiatry.  He worked with thousands of people experiencing a wide range of personal dilemmas over more than 20 years.  This included stress, anxiety, depression, psychosis and forensic and other civil court problems.

After more than twenty years in psychiatry he began studying law and when those studies were complete, he worked in mediation helping people resolve conflict.  At the same time, pursuing an interest in social justice, he runs a not-for-profit organisation helping raise awareness of victims of injustice.

While most of his career has been spent helping people already experiencing problems, working with people to avoid developing illness or conflict just makes sense, and this is why the program, “12 weeks to a better you” exists.

It is hard to imagine you could find a more qualified person to help you in your journey toward emotional competence.

People Are Transformed

Experts Agree

5/5
"“Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.”
5/5
"Positive organizational behavior follows the lead of positive psychology, which is driven by theory and research focusing on people's strengths and psychological capabilities. Instead of just retreading and putting a positive spin on traditional organisational behaviour concepts, the unveiling of positive organisational behaviour creates new opportunities."
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"The building of well-being will become a cornerstone of morality, politics, and religion."

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