In order to improve early intervention and access to treatment, we need to improve education and awareness around eating disorders.
Kerrie Jones, Orri CEO & Founder, spoke with Stylist on the process that can be felt when communicating through text message.
Kerrie Jones, Orri CEO & Founder, and psychotherapist of over 20 years, spoke to Sarah-Jane Mee on Sky News about the impact of lockdowns on eating disorders.
Kerrie Jones, Orri CEO & Founder, spoke with The Sun and has shared her expertise on what signs of eating disorders parents can look out for.
Marie Claire UK spoke to three qualified experts to get their take on the diabetes drug called Ozempic, including Orri’s Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Louisa Beckford.
Service Director and Occupational Therapist, Maxine Jones, spoke with Personnel Today about how Occupational Therapy supports individuals with eating disorders, and how Occupational Therapists and Occupational Health can work together to support people in the workplace whilst in recovery.
Kerrie, Orri’s CEO & Founder, spoke with Glamour about the damaging effects of body shaming and highlights the importance of weight restoration in an eating disorder recovery plan.
“We internalise messages about our bodies from a very young age, and the messages we receive can go on to form the narrative for how we see the world…”
Alumni male client’s anorexia recovery journey with Orri.
“Historically, eating disorders have been perceived as illnesses that affect women. In not conforming to the stereotype of someone with an eating disorder, men face a double burden.”
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