Help (Don’t Hinder) Your Child’s Eating Disorder Recovery
I’m a coach who helps parents navigate their child’s eating disorder recovery.
Hi, I’m Ginny, and I am a parent coach who helps with eating disorder recovery. If your child has an eating disorder and you’re not sure what to do, then you’ve come to the right place!
I’m so glad you’re thinking about parent coaching; it’s a big step that can transform your child and your family.
So often, parents want to help their kids recover, and yet they don’t feel they have the tools, information, and support to do so. Parents can feel paralyzed or as if they are walking on eggshells. They want to do something, but don’t know what to do. As your parent coach, I can give you the support you need to help your child through eating disorder recovery.
Here’s how I help parents support their kids’ eating disorder recovery:
Eating disorders are fairly common, yet few people know much about them. And parents often feel like they are in the dark, with very little understanding of what they are supposed to do. I can provide you with the knowledge you need to understand what your child is going through and how you can help them recover.
Eating disorders are scary and often isolating. It can be hard to talk to friends and family members about what’s going on, and you may feel very alone right now. I can reduce your fear and loneliness and provide the support you need to stay strong through your child’s recovery.
The most common questions I hear from parents are “is this normal?” and “what should I do?” You love your child and want to do what’s best for them, but there are a lot of mixed messages out there. I can help you move forward with confidence. I’ll help you feel good about the choices you make.
I’m a Parent Coach for Parents Who Want Help With Eating Disorder Recovery
If you’re worried about your child’s eating disorder and want to help (not hurt) their recovery, parent coaching can help. A bit about me:
As a parent coach, my primary focus is eating disorder recovery. You can make a tremendous impact on your kids’ recovery, and I’d like to help.
You’ve Got Questions. I’ve Got Answers.
- My child won’t eat and is losing weight. What do I do?
- How do I feed a child who doesn’t want to eat?
- Can I stop my child from being obsessed with their weight?
- Can I raise a body-positive child if I hate my body?
- What can I do to get my child to eat normally again?
- What do I say when my child says they feel fat?
- How do I get my partner/family to stop food policing?
- What can I do to help my child accept their body?
- Should I support my child going clean/gluten-free/paleo/vegetarian/vegan?
- How do I navigate my child’s eating disorder recovery?
- Can I tell my friends that my child has an eating disorder?
I can help you answer these questions with confidence.
Felicia & Brian L.
Talking to you is so helpful. We feel so much more confident and as if we can actually handle this!
You have really helped us get through this troubling time in our family. We were feeling really lost and as if we were walking on eggshells all the time, but now I feel so much better about everything!
I can’t even tell you how helpful this is. It’s like I can finally understand what’s going on.
Yes, people do recover from eating disorders!
Our kids are facing negative food and body messages every day, everywhere they go. Eating disorders have been on the rise for decades. But the good news is that people can and do recover from eating disorders.
We can’t control or guarantee your child’s recovery, but together we can optimize your behavior to create the safest and most likely conditions for recovery.
Most people who work with me see an immediate impact after just one coaching session. They report feeling clearer and calmer about parenting their child through eating disorder recovery.
I’d love to work with you and help you navigate eating disorder recovery. Let me know if you’re interested in setting up a free introductory parent coaching call!
Ginny Jones is a Parent Coach who helps parents who have kids with eating disorders. She has +15 years of coaching experience and is an expert in helping parents navigate eating disorder recovery and other difficult parenting situations. Learn more