Our London clinic has reopened to resume in person treatment. Online programmes remain alongside. Click here to learn more.

BBC Five Live Interview: Kerrie Jones and Naga Munchetty

BBC Five Live Interview: Kerrie Jones and Naga Munchetty

Following the tragic and untimely death of Nikki Grahame, Kerrie Jones, CEO & Founder, spoke with Naga Munchetty from BBC Radio 5 Live about the impact of lockdown on eating disorders, and how to support loved ones who are struggling.

4 ways to keep your recovery on track now lockdown has ended

4 ways to keep your recovery on track now lockdown has ended

We’re gradually dipping our toe back into a semblance of “normality” here in England. But what if you found lockdown life actually peaceful and helpful for your recovery? What if the prospect of returning to “normality” is really daunting?

#RecoveringTogether and reopening

#RecoveringTogether and reopening

No one should have to recover from their eating disorder alone. As we prepare the building for Monday’s reopening, we’ll be shining a light on how we have been – and always will be – #RecoveringTogether.

“How to save a life” from our client

“How to save a life” from our client

A client shares her heart-warming experience of Orri’s online treatment programme, “The approach everyone takes is so different to any other treatment I have had before.”

When does exercise become an addiction?

When does exercise become an addiction?

It can be difficult to spot a harmful relationship to exercise as our culture celebrates activities that are perceived to be contributing to our health and wellbeing. If we’re unable to spot the intention beneath the activity, as well as how it may be negatively impacting areas of a person’s life, important opportunities for intervention can be missed.