About This Course

This course is 7 hours of professional development for coaches and business people who would like to go on a "deep dive" into their own mental operating system, and that of their staff and customers. This is part of a series developed for business owners and coaches.

  • Short video segments and text by Matthew and some self-paced activities

  • Certificate of completion at the end

  • Learn about our "socal brain" and attachment styles.

  • Learn about your own emotional logic.

  • Learn how to recognise the emotional logic and relational needs of others.

  • Learn the science behind solid customer/client relationships.

Course curriculum

  • 1


    • Wired for Relationships Introduction

  • 2

    Relationship Theory

    • The Social Brain

    • Attachment Theory

    • 4 Adult Attachment Styles

    • Personal Attachment Styles

    • Reflection Assignment (30 min)

  • 3

    Personal Relationships

    • The Social Self and Personal Relationships

    • Constructed Reality

    • Discovering Your Emotional Logic

    • Emotional Logic Assignment (20 min)

    • Trauma

    • Your "Hero's Journey" Assignment (1 hr)

    • The Hero's Journey Resources (Supplementary)

  • 4

    Work Relationships

    • Relationships at Work

    • Safety At Work

    • Work Is Not About Work - Supplement

    • Recognising the Emotional Logic of Others

    • Your Businesses Hero’s Story about Relationships (40 min)

  • 5

    Customer and Client Relationships

    • Customer and Clients Want to be Seen, Heard, and Valued

    • Customers React On Emotional Logic

    • Give Them Empathy

    • Your Customers Hero’s Story About Relationships (40 min)

  • 6


    • Relationship Principles

    • Final Reflection Assignment (30 min)

  • 7

    OS Extras

    • Default Mode Networks - Supplementary

  • 8

    Thank You

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CEO The Science of Psychotherapy

Matthew Dahlitz

Matthew Dahlitz is both university trained and an autodidact whose knowledge spans across the arts, technology, psychology, neuroscience, emergency medicine, and business. He has studied psychology at the University of Queensland with a Master of Counselling degree specializing in neuropsychotherapy. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Neuropsychotherapist, has taught post-graduate courses in neuropsychotherapy, and is author of the book The Psychotherapists’s Essential Guide to the Brain. Matthew has also studied at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music in both music technology and master of composition. He has scored for film and produced a number of albums of original music and played producer in a film production company. Matthew has also been an Advanced Care Paramedic for a decade, managed commercial property and property development projects in the tens of millions of dollars, founded the Age of Robots site that reports on the technology and the social and psychological impacts of this second machine age, and runs a media and publishing company with an emphasis on great story telling.