Orri, a specialist clinic in London’s Harley Street Medical Area, has opened a new state-of-the-art day treatment facility on Wimpole Street in Central London for patients seeking support for eating disorders.
The new clinic will provide both in-person and online treatments.
The new six storey trauma-informed space houses the clinic’s intensive day treatment programme, facilitating individual and group therapy sessions, as well as meals and dietetic support.
The original centre on Hallam Street in London has since become the home of its new in-person outpatient services, which offers one-to-one sessions with eating disorder specialists.
All programmes follow a ‘stepped approach’, with treatment evolving with each individual client as they progress in recovery.
The treatment blends evidence-based and innovative incorporating the latest research and the clinic’s own Research & Development, to ensure clients are offered the best treatment for recovery.
The programmes draw upon a number of therapeutic modalities to understand and overcome the underlying cause of the eating disorder while healing the day-to-day, behavioural symptoms in tandem, ensuring a holistic and sustainable recovery process.
The new clinic on Wimpole Street offers intensive day treatment for people aged 16 and above.
Kerrie Jones, founder and CEO of Orri, said: “Orri was founded to offer a new choice of outstanding and innovative treatment for eating disorder recovery.
“It is for this reason that we were drawn to the Harley Street Medical Area and Howard de Walden for their long-standing community of pioneering healthcare professionals who hold one another accountable to providing expert care.”
The Harley Street Medical Area (HSMA) is home to over 5,000 medical specialists and 250 clinics.
The healthcare district is synonymous with medical excellence, known for housing a unique collection of hospitals, clinics and specialists.
For more information, visit: https://www.orri-uk.com/
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