Arianna joined Orri’s London eating disorder clinic, coming from an eating disorder department based in Italy. She works as an Eating Disorder Associate and supports clients daily with their recovery. Read more about her role in our blog.
Our online community share their favourite eating disorder recovery affirmations, to bring hope into your recovery today.
For International Day of Yoga, we invite you to participate in a breathing practice with Vicky, Orri’s Yoga Therapist.
Bulimia is often characterised by denial and resistance, so when a person comes to treatment, we have to recognise that they have already taken very important steps in their recovery. If you’re reading this and living with bulimia, here are four things we want you to remember when those days in recovery feel tough…
Eating disorder recovery can be challenging and unpredictable. Week-on-week feelings can change, we may experience unplanned setbacks, but also learn new and important things about ourselves along the way. True healing takes place when you learn to accept what it is, let go of what was and welcome new experiences.
Though, how can we move forward in recovery if we feel “stuck” in unhelpful thinking patterns? What if our thinking style is the obstacle in your journey?
There is no “one way” to have an eating disorder. How they manifest both physically and mentally is unique to each individual, yet stereotypes and myths prevail that create barriers to individuals accessing help. Today we explore why men continue to face unique barriers to eating disorder support.
We explore this more below and identify what Orri does as an organisation to facilitate supportive and compassionate care.