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Alberto Imbrogno

Counselling Of The Deep

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Counselling Of The Deep

Focus areas

Lifestyle Loss Anxiety Emotions Grief Values


Theory and Approach

Counselling of the Deep makes use of the most modern neuro-scientific discoveries about the brain and the body mixing European psychological clinical knowledge. The foundations of the practice are spiritual development balanced with behavioural experiments. This means that Counselling of the Deep mainly sees the client under a scientific and holistic light considering the environmental, cultural, social and family influences, keeping an open eye to faith and spiritualism. Passions and interests include but are not limited to anthropology, arts, agriculture, nature, animals and science.

Cultural Origins

Counselling of The Deep has European origins and as such is heavily influenced by thousands of years of history. The history influences include paganism and Egyptian knowledge, Greek, Norse and roman mythologies, Dark Ages and Renaissance, Enlightenment period, to modern times.
Albert, the facilitator, has Italian background and can fluently speak two languages. He has travelled a lot and lives in Australia since 2012 where he got the opportunity to enrich his knowledge about Australian values and aboriginal mythologies.


The topics treated in counselling and analysis are diverse and various. Counselling of The Deep is a nonjudgmental and objective facilitator to self-discover and self-support. Topics and specialisation are on depression, anxiety, identity, personality development, trauma, relationship and addiction. There is no discrimination whatsoever about gender, race, religion, sexual or cultural preferences.



Psychotherapy and Counselling born with the aim to help clarify, adjust and aid mental difficulties. Through individual counselling the person would be able to deeply focus on its reasons and personal meaninngs to find the right life path


The Couple is seen as a whole third entity, with unique emergent dynamics due the interactions of the parts. Counselling helps clarify reasons, communications and emotions between the parts, discovering what works and what doesn't.


During Counselling process, parts as environment or personality are to be broken down, analysed, enriched and if necessary corrected. Similar to the couple counselling, Family is an emergent unique entity.


Groups offer the a splendid opportunity to discuss and see others realities, opinions, experiences and solutions. Every group topic is different.

- As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of the unconscious.  - C. Jung

WHAT is this service about?

Counseling known also as psychotherapy or analysis, is a professional service used to gain mind lucidity, behavioral changes, improve the lifestyle, and understanding causes and solutions to undermining issues.

It uses a talkative approach; topics can vary form grief and loss, to personality, addiction, anxiety, relationship, depression and stress. Homework and techniques are necessary sometimes to achieve the goals. The goals are set up together with the counselor and regularly reviewed until fulfillment.

HOW many sessions?

This question can be addressed only after the issues are discussed with the therapist. It really depends on the client resources and presenting issues, the extent of the problem and how is affecting the quality of life, and availability.

Usually, summing up everything, an average of 15 session assure a deeper self-awareness, behavioral change, and solid learning of skills and techniques.

DOES it really work?

Counseling is not for everyone. Results and outcomes depend on client's motivation, commitment and honesty, as well as counselor's personality, experience and preparation; how they 'click' together it's not predictable. Policies, qualification and referrals are key factors as well in the counseling work.

When it works, it surely provides a general outstanding improvement of lifestyle, behaviors, mental health, self-control, better problem solving, organisational skills and improved emotional / social / moral intelligence.

IS this is a private service?

Yes, Counselling of the Deep is a private professional psychotherapy service. This means that government plans and insurance plans are not included and do not cover this service.

There are several reasons for this decision and the main one is to be able to establish a better bond without feeling stigmatised by the system; plus being able to plan a treatment program without pressure from anyone else it's another key factor. Private service is a flexible and unique solution that suite everyone.



During psychoanalytic sessions, which typically last 50 minutes and ideally take place 2 times a week, the patient (the "analysand") may lie on a couch, with the analyst often sitting just behind and out of sight. The patient expresses his or her thoughts, including free associations, fantasies and dreams, from which the analyst infers the unconscious conflicts causing the patient's symptoms and character problems.

Through the analysis of these conflicts, which includes interpreting the transference and counter-transference (the analyst's feelings for the patient), the analyst confronts the patient's pathological defences to help the patient gain insight.

Psychoanalysis is a controversial discipline and its validity as a science is contested. Nonetheless, it remains a strong influence within psychiatry, more so in some quarters than others. Psychoanalytic concepts are also widely used outside the therapeutic arena, in areas such as psychoanalytic literary criticism, as well as in the analysis of film, fairy tales and other cultural phenomena.


Counselling psychology is a psychological speciality that encompasses research and applied work in several broad domains: counselling process and outcome; supervision and training; career development and counselling; and prevention and health. Some unifying themes among counselling psychologists include a focus on assets and strengths, person–environment interactions, educational and career development, brief interactions, and a focus on intact personalities.

Counselling process refers to how or why counselling happens and progresses. Counselling outcome addresses whether or not counselling is effective, under what conditions it is effective, and what outcomes are considered effective—such as symptom reduction, behaviour change, or quality of life improvement. Topics commonly explored in the study of counselling process and outcome include therapist variables, client variables, the counselling or therapeutic relationship, cultural variables, process and outcome measurement, mechanisms of change, and process and outcome research methods.


Occasionally, coaching may mean an informal relationship between two people, of whom one has more experience and expertise than the other and offers advice and guidance as the latter learns; but coaching differs from mentoring in focusing on specific tasks or objectives, as opposed to more general goals or overall development.

Life coaching techniques include active imagination, goals visualisation and set up, acceptance and commitment, solution focused therapy, self-respect and recognition of values in the here-now experience.


Behaviourism combines elements of philosophy, methodology, and psychological theory. It emerged in the late nineteenth century as a reaction to depth psychology and other traditional forms of psychology, which often had difficulty making predictions that could be tested experimentally.

The most used approach are Dialectical B. Therapy, Cognitive B. Therapy, and all other evidence based approaches including desensitisation, exposure therapy, role plays, classical and operant conditioning and ABC models.


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