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For Eating Disorders Awareness Week, our alumni client shares his experience of eating disorder treatment as a man.

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In Orri’s eating disorder service, we treat every person who comes through our door or checks into our online programme – male, female, any gender – with respect for their individual journey. All are welcome, however they may show up.

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This year, Eating Disorders Awareness Week is shining a light on men and eating disorders. We’re calling on the eating disorder community to remember your #BROS, along with a MANifesto, case studies, resources and more!

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Pippa, Orri’s Head of Creative and Somatic Therapy, provides 5 steps that can help you feel grounded and more attuned to your needs in eating disorder recovery.

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Did January go how you had planned it? Or, maybe those recovery goals you set at the start of the year are feeling harder to reach. If you are feeling the pull of the inner critic, here are some reminders.

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Eating disorder recovery is hard work. A raw and honest account of recovery from orthorexia, from a Guest Blogger. Go gently.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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