Binge Eating Disorder Treatment

A specialist programme for recovery.


Hello. Welcome to Orri.

Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is treatable, and recovery is possible.

There’s no ‘one way’ to have BED, however, there are shared characteristics and behavioural patterns that can help with diagnosis and treatment, including:

  • Eating uncontrollably (bingeing) and/or fear of eating uncontrollably
  • Secretive eating and isolation, perhaps concealing food or wrappers
  • Acts of self-disgust and self-harm
  • Petty theft to obtain food to binge on 
  • Perfectionism or ritualistic behaviour / rules
  • Depression, and other co-occurring conditions such as OCD and anxiety
  • Low self-esteem
  • Preoccupation with body image and appearance

We often find that people can feel trapped in a cycle of bingeing and restricting, and feelings of shame, guilt and fear can arise as we experience behaviours that feel very out of our control and not understood.

Get help today


This might be your first time reaching out for eating disorder treatment, or, you might feel like you’ve had lots of support before. Wherever you find yourself, we’ll meet you there.

Our treatment is rated ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC.

Orri is in the top 1% of all UK mental health organisations.

How is Binge Eating Disorder treated?

We are the UK’s leading specialist, private eating disorder clinic. With our vision of ‘recovery for all’ we provide expert, evidence-based treatment and deliver outstanding outcomes with kindness.

We offer treatment plans for Binge Eating Disorder which use a range of therapies to help you overcome your eating disorder:

Psychotherapy / Psychology


Occupational Therapy


Supported meals and snacks

CBT-informed approaches

Trauma therapy

Support for parents and carers

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“The support I have received from Orri has been beyond amazing. The therapy is the best I’ve ever experienced and I have been treated with respect, compassion and kindness throughout. 5 stars is definitely not enough.”

– Alumni Client

More than just comfort eating

People with binge eating disorder can often struggle with emotional regulation, and this can manifest in behaviours with food as eating becomes a means of self-soothing during moments of emotional distress.

Treatment, therefore, looks to understand the function of bingeing and restricting, and illuminates the triggers that lead to feelings of acute emotional distress that are challenging to cope with.

Embedding a structure around food and eating is important for breaking the cycle of bingeing and restricting. This may include intention setting and creating plans for certain times of day when someone may confront cravings or binge episodes (such as the evenings).

From a dietetic perspective, we look to understand someone’s relationship to food and address how food can be labelled as “unsafe” or “out of bounds” due to a history of bingeing. In essence, we work together to welcome a sense of safety around food and hunger.

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How is Binge Eating Disorder diagnosed?

 We conduct a highly in-depth assessment utilising multiple members of our specialist team to ensure that our treatment is effective and meaningful for your recovery. 

Step 1

Reach out

Call us or fill out the contact form on this page. One of our admissions specialists will then be in touch to discuss how our online programme can help you.

Step 2


We will organise a virtual intake assessment where you will meet one of our specialist team members to discuss your experience in depth.

Step 3

Start your sessions

Following your assessment, we’ll discuss our recommendations with you. We’ll agree a start date and get everything aligned for your first session.

Our Treatment Programmes

Recover in person, online, or with a blend of both.

Day Treatment

Day Treatment

An intensive programme, working with our expert clinicians in our beautiful London clinic.

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Online Day Treatment

No matter your location, online treatment meets you where you are at the click of a button.

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Outpatient Services

Specialist one-to-one therapy sessions with our expert clinicians.

Your own team of specialists

Our multi-disciplinary experts have spent their careers working alongside individuals and families to make recovery possible.

Recognised and approved by private medical insurers

WPA Healthcare Practice