You deserve to feel good about what you’re doing.

Get the support and skills you need to be the parent you want to be while your child goes through eating disorder treatment and recovery.

You’re in the right place if this sounds like you …

  • There’s always a “negotiating dance” around food that I know needs to end.
  • I am struggling to help her stay on track without being enabling or making things worse.
  • I don’t know how to be supportive without being too overbearing.
  • Our relationship is at an all-time low.
  • She is in denial that anything is wrong and pushes me away.
  • I’m so scared of what might happen to him if this continues.
  • I am waking up with anxiety every single day.
  • I feel helpless.
  • What is the next right thing to do to support her to get well?
  • He has many emotional outbursts and even gets physical with us.
  • I just want to know how to best support her – I’m feeling lost.
  • Today I yelled at him. I just need help.
  • I feel like I am losing her. What can I do?
  • How can I help my daughter without causing more stress and anger?
  • We are working so hard to support him but it’s taking a huge toll on the family.
parent coach eating disorder
Ginny Jones

I’m a parent coach, and I can help you handle your kid’s eating disorder

I’ve spent years figuring out how to support parents through their kids’ eating disorders. I’ll help you learn new skills and navigate to calmer, more peaceful waters. You’ll get the confidence that you’re making the right/best choices for your child’s health and your long-term relationship.

The Support You Need To:

be more connected and influential

Hold firm, Loving boundaries

teach emotional regulation

eating disorder parent coach

There are more ways to help your child than you might have thought.

Parent coaching helps you feel better, stronger, and more prepared to handle anything (and everything!) ED sends your way. Learn to connect more deeply with your child and master the skills you need to coach them into eating disorder recovery. Be the positive influence you want to be.

We’ll Work On:

What to say, what not to say, and how to connect even in sticky conversations.

How to keep your cool and hold steady boundaries when things get hot and nasty.

Make sure you’re not doing this one thing that makes ED waaaay too comfy.

“Honestly, you changed my life. We went from me struggling and feeling like a total failure to having confidence to handle almost anything that comes up.”

— T. Cannon

This changes everything.


You’ll feel better and more confident about the choices you make for and with your child. Better communication, connection, and hope.


Your child will notice the changes you’re making and will start to feel more confident and hopeful. You’ll feel the difference.


You can trust that you are not accidentally making things worse (because you’ll know what does make things worse).

My daughter is intermittent fasting in eating disorder recovery

Ready to Get Started?

I’d love to work with you! I believe that having me as your parent coach will make a difference in your child’s eating disorder.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you meet your clients?

Most of my coaching meetings take place on Zoom, but if you prefer a phone call, that’s OK!

Do you have experience helping parents with kids 18+?

Yes. In fact, about half of my clients have kids who are 18 and older.

Do you have experience working with parents dealing with ASD/OCD/ADHD, etc?

Yes. Many of my clients’ kids have either been diagnosed or get diagnosed while I’m working with them based on my suggestion that their child should be assessed.

Can you help me prepare for my child’s return from residential treatment?

Yes. in fact, I wish every parent would undergo coaching before their child returns from residential as it can save everyone so much heartache.

Can you help me get my child into eating disorder treatment?

Maybe. But even if your child is not open to treatment, there are lots of things you can do to influence the course of their eating disorder.

Do you have any experience working with issues related to gender and sexuality?

Yes. I have worked with clients whose children are of all genders and have various sexual preferences.

Where are you located (what time zone)?

I’m in California, on Pacific Time. I work with clients internationally as long as we can find a time that works for everyone.

How can I pay you?

You can choose from Venmo, Zelle, or PayPal.