MPC Hypnotherapy

MPC Hypnotherapy

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Smoking, eating or drinking more than you want? Or do you just want to relax or improve your life? Plagued with doubts, lack of confidence, stress, anxiety, fears, phobias, pain, grief, depression? Do you want to regain control over a bad habit or change your beliefs?

Whether you have already tried different therapies and techniques or you have reached that stage of your personal development where you are ready to do something about a particular issue, Cyrille Corvec can help!
Cyrille is qualified by the Academy of Hypnotic Science, the largest trainer of government accredited clinical hypnotherapy in Australia. He is also an NLP practitioner with a proven track record in helping clients get what they want out of life. Cyrille migrated from France over a decade ago and has called Melbourne “home” ever since. MPC offers hypnotherapy and counselling, available in English or French. You can choose to fight your own battles but you don’t have to do it alone.

For enquiries and bookings click on the appointment request tab.


What is hypnosis and how does it work?

It’s similar to when your mind wanders but it is an amplified form of this. The aim is to bypass your conscious mind and connect with your subconscious. Your conscious mind will stop you from changing, or give you a thousand excuses why the issue cannot possibly be dealt with. The subconscious is where the work happens.

Will I lose control?

No. The mind is more complex than a computer and like a computer, has built-in fail-safe mechanisms.

What is NLP and how does it work?

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a form of therapy that can be used in conjunction with hypnosis or on its own. Any event, experience or interaction that you have had since childhood has built up into a multilevel filter which your mind constantly uses to make sense of and interpret any new event in your life. Sometimes, those “filters” work against us with a habit or belief. NLP allows us to fine tune those “filters” and change the belief or habit. Clients often find it useful to think of those filters as a pair of spectacles with faulty lenses.