Medical & Health Endorsement
Online Non-Surgical Weight Loss
visited Martin and Marion’s’ Elite Clinics in November 2019, to experience their Weight Loss Treatment. When the NHS Consultant realised she wanted/needed to lose weight, she undertook her research. Then immediately decided to visit Martin and Marion Shirran and complete the treatment.
and experiencing all the benefits of changing my mindset and relationship with food, I wouldn’t hesitate now, to recommend my own patients to choose the psychological route, rather than the surgical option.
is simple, effective and they will show you it works! It’s a fine example that time perspectives are modifiable, and, when modified correctly, positive physical, mental and emotional results are gained”.
“NLP and Clinical Hypnotherapy to create a brilliantly simple and powerful technique, for making life choices, and effecting positive change.”
clearly describes a technique that can be employed to very good effect in a range of therapies. I recommend its use”
from teachers to psychologists to parents and students. It is wonderfully simple, but simply effective. I am finding it to be a great tool.
is refreshingly blunt. You would not fill your cars tank to overflowing with fuel, so why do you do it to your stomach on a daily basis. Their book could save lives – and it might save yours”
of many of the developed worlds most frequently occurring illnesses including cardiovascular disease and cancers, the leading causes of death. I spent many hours talking with Marion and Martin. I was interested to hear of the work they are doing at their clinic in Spain and the development of their weight loss treatment. So I did not hesitate when they asked me to write the foreword for their book”.
yet powerful form of therapy. It has the potential to change lives for the better, and in doing so, have a positive impact on the stresses in today’s world”.
containing research evidence, which demonstrated the efficacy of Pause Button Therapy for Permanent Weight Loss. Martin and Marion presented the paper at the 1st International Conference on Time Perspective, at Coimbra University in Portugal.
She looks forward to being able to share her vast experience, gained from over 15,000 1:1 clinical hours working with overweight individuals for the benefit of a wider audience.
are the authors of three books relating to the work at their clinic published globally by Hay House. The book on their new version of CBT was featured by Diabetes UK and reviewed in Psychologies Magazine.
As a result, they have gained in excess of 15,000 1:1 hours experience helping their clients to lose weight. They have appeared on national TV in the US and the UK, and hundreds of publications have featured their work.They were invited to present their work at two psychology conferences. Firstly, at Coimbra University Portugal in 2012, and subsequently, in 2014, they joined Dr Sarah Clarke to present their work at a symposium at Warsaw University, Poland.
registered in the UK with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.
from The Albert Ellis Institute in New York in 2006, after completing his primary course at Birmingham University School of Psychology. Marion gained her degree at Lancaster University in 1988.
at their Elite Clinic, they have undertaken the Training and Accreditation of visiting therapists from around the world, wishing to provide the Shirrans’ work locally.
rather than go down the surgical route. Firstly, because many doctors do believe in the role of hypnotherapy. And I had worked with anaesthetists who used hypnotherapy to help with an anaesthetic, for example. And secondly, I realised that the counselling they included would be helpful for me.
I know that if bariatric patients haven’t received any counselling to address their emotional eating, they can do silly things after gastric band surgery. One example of this is melting chocolate. And, as a result , they end up regaining the weight they have lost.
as I was consistently 2 or 3 stone overweight since the birth of my children. As a result, I did successfully lose weight initially, but, of course, it gradually came back on again each time.
There are obvious limitations on the level of weight that is considered safe for people to have an anaesthetic, and to have surgery. This is because overweight patients are more likely to bleed, suffer blood clots, or for their wound to become infected.
known patients who have had complications after bariatric surgery, including one lady who nearly died.
Being a surgeon, however, I’m fully aware of all the risks of surgery. So, while doing my research, I came across a website featuring the work of Martin and Marion and their successful weight loss treatment.
- and why I was eating for reasons other than nutrition. Thanks to the CBT, I became more aware of how I had been using food for emotional reasons.
- and really helped to re-programme my eating habits. The messages got through to my subconscious mind, which has taken all the struggle out of losing weight.
- thanks to the weight loss therapy sessions. And, of course, when you have less of the stress hormone, cortisol, in your body, it makes it so much easier to lose weight!
- which has helped bring my blood sugar control back down to normal. I was really floored to learn that at the start of the sessions I was actually prediabetic, which I hadn’t realised. This really hit a nerve with me, as there is a lot of family history of diabetes.
- compared to how I used to eat in the past. I usually get up around 6:30am, but I don’t break my fast until around 1pm each day.
- and how what we eat affects our hormones also taught me lots of things.