This week is NEDA’s Body Acceptance Week, a week where individuals and organisations promote body positivity, body acceptance and body liberation for all. Inspired by the week, we sat with Pippa, Orri’s Yoga and Body Awareness Therapist, to find out how we can return to our bodies.
We know that a lot of people can feel an unprecedented amount of pressure during the summer months. Here, we share our top tips for coping with body image pressures and socialising during the summer months.
As is often the case with milestones in the year, sadly there has been a lot of negative talk around food in light of lockdown ending. We spoke to our Senior Occupational Therapist about how to cope with negative food talk whilst in recovery.
If you’re struggling with the idea of being seen again once lockdown ends, here are some things we want you to know and some tips from our Senior Occupational Therapist, Kendra…
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.”