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Meet The Marketing Team: Antalia

Meet The Marketing Team: Antalia

Introducing our amazing Marketing Assistant, Antalia, who joined the team during lockdown and has fast become part of the furniture!

Shaping peace together through compassion, kindness and hope

Shaping peace together through compassion, kindness and hope

Today, for International Day of Peace, we’re celebrating the theme “shaping peace together” by spreading compassion, kindness and hope in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. Never in our recent history have so many populations and generations been so collectively challenged…

Handling mealtimes as a student.

Handling mealtimes as a student.

We are right in the midst of student season. As we type, people are moving away or establishing themselves in an odd, virtual student world that no one quite knows how to navigate. With new environments and new schedules, comes new routines. For those in recovery from an eating disorder, routines are really important as they help individuals feel safe and secure in day-to-day life…

Heading to university? This blog is for you.

Heading to university? This blog is for you.

The transition from school to university can be a difficult time. It typically comes at a point in life when many individuals are at a higher risk of developing a mental illness, such as an eating disorder, and the integration of new environments, routines and people can have a significant impact on our resilience. “Yes, you’re learning the subject matter for your degree, but you’re also learning about who you are.”

5 Ways to Keep Your Recovery on Track

5 Ways to Keep Your Recovery on Track

We hold onto the hope that someone doesn’t have to “learn to live with” their eating disorder. We believe that with the right type and amount of support, and with dedication and commitment to the work of recovery, everyone can learn to live without the eating disorder. Keeping your recovery on track involves a few small – but really important – things…

A note from Kerrie: Welcoming you back to Orri

A note from Kerrie: Welcoming you back to Orri

“Today I sit, once again at my laptop, 6 months on, older and wiser (naturally!), and I am humbled, excited and relieved to be able to say that we are looking forward to welcoming you all to Orri this week.” Kerrie shares her thoughts on reopening our London clinic.