In today’s world, people suffering from eating disorders should be able to access the right help when they need it. We are here to help.
What can I expect?
Respect, kindness and compassion every step of the way.
Initial intake conversation.
Over the phone or in-person, our admissions specialist will chat with you to understand how we can best support you. They will also gather important information about your eating disorder, to see if we are the right service for you.
Meet with us.
If our programme suits your needs, we will invite you to our day centre in central London to attend a free full intake review with one of our caring and knowledgeable clinicians.
Start your recovery.
Following your intake review, if you’re ready, we’ll agree on a start date and let you know what to expect on the intake day – your first step towards recovery.
Do I really need all this?
Working alongside you, we will help you find the right support for you.
What does intensive treatment mean?
Intensive treatment at Orri is a structured programme that enables you to focus on understanding and overcoming your eating disorder.
Our team of experts are there to support you at every moment, if needed. Then, when you feel more independent, we work with you to tailor a less intensive treatment plan that suits your needs.
Why does being 'in treatment' mean?
Being ‘in treatment’ means that you have chosen to understand and work through your eating disorder by engaging in a variety of therapies and activities.
These carefully selected treatments are based on your preferences, and we work with you and your family to tailor a programme that suits you.
How do I know I need this type of support?
Sometimes it’s difficult to determine what type of support you need initially. However, if you feel your relationship with food is beginning to interfere with your daily life, or if you feel overwhelmed by your thoughts and feelings, it may be helpful to talk this through with one of our friendly clinicians who are here to listen and support in a non-judgemental way.
They will be able to explain the different types of support we offer in more detail and help you establish whether Orri is the right choice of support for you.
Is there someone I can speak to in confidence?
Yes. There is always someone to talk to in strictest confidence on the ‘Ask Orri’ helpline.