A Psychologist Psychotherapist, Alessandro Norsa (1966) graduated in Pádua (1996) in clinical psychology. He is a specialist in psychosomatics, psychodrama and hypnotherapy, holding two Master degrees from the University of Coimbra, Portugal, in family and cognitive-behavioral therapy, and also a specialization in Neurobioethics and artificial brains from the Pontifical University Regina Apostolorum in Rome, Italy.
Lecturer at the IUSVE University (Venice) and coordinator of the Neuroaesthetics subgroup of the Neurobioethics study group at the Pontifical University Regina Apostolorum in Rome, UNESCO chair. In addition to his professional commitment, he has developed ethnographic-anthropological expertise over time. He is currently an expert in Modern History at the University of Verona, Italy, and a member of the European Commission Hypnosis Society and European Association of Social Anthropology.
Founder of the Frazer Association for Anthropological Research, Norsa is also President of SIPMU (Italian Society of Hypnosis and Humanistic Medicine). He has been collaborating for several years with the Universities of Turin, Genoa and Venice in Italy, and Cluj Napoca in Romania. Author of numerous national and international publications, he is regularly invited as key speaker at national and foreign conferences.