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Stepped programmes for better progress.

Our particular area of focus is intensive intervention. Our programmes include individualised, group and family therapy, and involve participating on an extended day or full-day programmes, moving to part-time programmes which change as they progress in recovery.

Our programmes are flexible in intensity and duration. By taking a stepped approach where individuals work through the programmes gradually, we can provide the right level of support as they maintain a job, go to school or university, or return to their life.

I'm exhausted living like this, but how do I know this is going to work?

I'm exhausted living like this, but how do I know this is going to work?

We understand how uncertain the process of recovery can feel. We want to work with you to ensure you feel safe and are continually progressing in your journey.

We are an experienced team of eating disorder experts.

We understand the complexities of eating disorders. We also know how to work alongside people living with eating disorders and their families so that recovery becomes possible for all.

  • Psychiatry
  • Psychotherapy
  • Psychology
  • Diatetics
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Trauma Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Body Image
  • Movement Therapy
  • Nursing

We work to heal the whole person.

At the heart of Orri’s philosophy is the intention to support and heal the whole person, not just the symptoms of the eating disorder.

Working with the individual, our approach is to understand how the eating disorder evolved and what the related issues are that reinforce their need to rely on it. While each person has a unique developmental history, there are patterns that occur in those who live with eating disorders, which provide us with helpful information to support them in recovery.

So, as a multidisciplinary team of experts, we bring together a wide range of clinical and therapy treatments that help guide, challenge and support each person while they recover.

At a glance.

A full range of clinical support, designed to fit around a patient’s needs as they increasingly return to their lives.

  • Psychiatry Input.

    • Weekly Individual Session

    • Medication Review

  • Dietetic Input.

    • Individual Dietary Advice

    • Specific Psychoeducational Group & Individual Sessions

    • Menu Planning/Food Exploration Groups

  • Psychological Input.

    • Psychological Screening & Assessment

    • Psychodynamic Therapy

    • Systemic Therapy

    • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

    • Psychologically Informed Care Planning

  • Group Sessions.

    • Body Image

    • Art & Creative Groups

    • Carers' Support Groups

    • Sibling Support Groups

    • Relationship with Food

    • Relapse Prevention

    • Mindful Movement

    • Sexual Health Intimacy

    • Relationships/Attachment Dynamics

    • Tool Kit - Cognitive Behaviour Skills (CBT)

    • Dialectical Based Therapy Skills (DBT)

    • Menu Planning

    • Food & Mood Exploration Groups

    • Intention Setting

    • Expressive Communication

    • Anger/Assertion/Communication

    • Community-Based Life Skills Programme

    • Mindfulness

    • Finding & Using Your Voice Groups

    • MANTRA

    • Yoga

  • Body Based Therapy.

    • Yoga

    • Mindfulness

    • Meditation

  • Active Care Therapy & Occupational Therapy.

    • Social/leisure Interaction

    • Body Image & Mirror Work

    • Shopping for Clothes & Food Exploration

    • Exploration Meal Preparation

    • Practical Cooking Lessons & Eating Out

    • Life Laundry

    • Communication Skills

    • Community Participation

    • Real Life Exposure Experiences

  • Psychotherapy Input.

    • Attachment Based Therapy (ABT)

    • Mentalisation Based Therapy (MBT)

    • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

    • Dialectical Behavioural Therapy DBT)

    • Expressive & Creative Arts Therapies

    • Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing (EMDR)

    • Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFST)

    • MANTRA

    • Psychodrama Therapy