Hi! I’m glad you’re here! I’d like to help you feel more knowledgeable, supported, and confident as you navigate eating disorder recovery with your child.
Hi! I’m really glad you’re here. I’m Ginny Jones, a parent coach who specializes in helping parents navigate difficult parenting situations around food and body image.
Parenting is more challenging than ever, and the stakes are high. The good news is that parents don’t have to suffer through this alone. There are things we can learn and do to help our kids.
I’ve been a coach and consultant since 2004. Originally I supported business owners in achieving their growth goals, managing employees, and more. When I recovered from my own eating disorder in 2016, I founded More-Love.org, a website that provides resources to help parents with their kids’ food and body issues. I found my true passion in helping parents. All the skills I honed in coaching and advising business owners help parents, too. In this way, my passion and my strengths came together, and I’m thrilled to be making a difference by coaching parents.
My clients say they appreciate the knowledge, support, and confidence I provide in my coaching. It’s such an honor to work with families and support their healing. My coaching approach is strengths-based. That means I look for areas in which you already excel and help you build on those. I work from a Health at Every SizeⓇ (HAESⓇ), non-diet, Intuitive Eating framework.
I’ve interviewed hundreds of experts and individuals about parenting, body image, eating disorders, and nutrition. And I’ve written more than 350 articles about parenting, wrote “Understanding Eating Disorders: A Guide for Parents,” and co-wrote “You’re Fine: Body Image for Girls,” in 2019 with my daughter. I have an MBA from the University of Southern California.
It would be my sincere honor to talk to you and see if we could be a good fit.
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Important note: Ginny is a parent coach, NOT a licensed therapist. She cannot diagnose or treat mental illness, addiction, disorders, etc. Coaching can be a great addition to (but is not a substitute for) licensed professional mental healthcare.