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Black History Month: Eating Disorders and Body Image

Black History Month: Eating Disorders and Body Image

Orri’s Consultant Family Therapist, Karen Carberry, shares her thoughts for Black History Month “…we are reminded that eating disorders occur across race, cultures and genders, and therefore when treating Black people in this field – who are an underrepresented group in our services – inclusivity of body images and representation across client, staff groups, and educational literature is key to enhance self-worth.”

Menopause and Eating Disorders

Menopause and Eating Disorders

Today is World Menopause Day and we are taking the day to reflect on eating disorders and menopause. At Orri, part of our social impact initiative is to raise awareness of the multitude of ways people can experience having an eating disorder. In this way, we attempt to tackle the stigma and stereotypes that surround the illness…

“And I said to my body, I want to be your friend.” – On Friendship

“And I said to my body, I want to be your friend.” – On Friendship

The saying goes that you can’t properly love someone until you love yourself. For those reading that are suffering with an eating disorder, you may be familiar with a feeling of disconnect from others; a certain distance you feel between yourself and others. It may have nestled in between your closest friendships, or, in the dynamic between family members…