Welcome to Orri.
Where your recovery
We’re a specialist day treatment service for eating disorders who will meet you where you are in that journey with expert care and kindness.
We can do this together..
You don’t have
to do this alone.
We believe that your recovery is possible. Why? Because we’ve seen it happen.
Our community works collaboratively to provide expert, evidence-based treatment with kindness and compassion at its core.
Wherever you are,
we’ll meet you there.
It’s a brave and courageous decision to reach out for support, so we’re with you every step of the way.
Together, we’ll explore your options for treatment and find a programme that suits your needs and evolves alongside you in your journey.
“The Orri team may be the most compassionate and skilful dedicated professionals you will ever meet.”
We’re here for
parents and families.
Eating disorders affect the family too. At Orri, we treat everyone impacted by an eating disorder, inviting you to be a part of your loved one’s journey whilst navigating your own.
Together, we’ll take time to talk, understand, and help you to support them in recovery.
A supportive community.
Your journey with Orri.
Recover in person, online, or with a blend of both.
No matter your location, our online treatment is face-to-face recovery community at the click of a button.
A safe space in central London for you to recover from your eating disorder. No matter where you are in your journey, we’re here to walk alongside you.
Our Blend Programme is a unique programme for eating disorder recovery, combining both our in person and online treatment programmes.
Outstanding care is what we do, kindness makes us Orri
Our programmes focus on recovery: where you want to get to, not just what you’re recovering from.
Our approach provides you with the opportunity to address all the different parts of yourself and your everyday life, recognising that eating disorders are not just about food, but impact all areas of someone’s life and relationships.
Everyone’s recovery is different, so our programmes recognise
and reflect that.
What might recovery look like for me?
If you’d like to learn more or if you’re concerned for a loved one, we’re here to listen without judgement. We can help.
Hear from our team and clients.
Our Regular Guest Blogger uses poetry to express his learnings and emotions throughout his recovery from Anorexia. In this poem, he explores family dynamics with an eating disorder.
It can be difficult to escape the conversation around health, diet or body talk. If you feel stuck in this void of social pressure and diet culture, here’s a gentle blog to remind you that you are enough already.
New Year, New Me? It doesn’t have to be. Stacey, Orri’s Sport and Exercise Psychologist, offers her specialist insight on how you can be the same you this year, just with more compassion.
Trauma-informed nutritionist and previous guest of Orri’s Instagram Lives, Kaysha Thomas, shares her specialist advice on how students can manage food upon return, or arrival, at university.
Sometimes, Christmas isn’t the “most wonderful time of the year”. Especially for individuals and their families in eating disorder recovery. Here are community tips on how thrive in recovery this festive season.
Christmas can heighten pressure to perhaps ‘be recovered’ and ‘well’ at the dinner table. To help you prepare for Christmas, we spoke with Hannah, previous Orri team member and founder of Full of Beans podcast, to share her key tips.
Festivities can be enjoyable. Though for some, it can be painful; especially if there is somebody missing at the dinner table. A gentle blog on how you can cope this Christmas without your loved ones.
For Eating Disorders Awareness Week, we spoke to our client, Richard, about his journey with binge eating disorder and starting his recovery journey at Orri. At what point did you realise that you were suffering with Binge Eating Disorder? I...
Anorexia is a complex mental illness, but it is treatable and recovery is possible. Despite how it may seem, anorexia – like other eating disorders – is not just about food. Rather, there are often complex emotional underlying causes that prompt an individual...