⭐ The essential knowledge you need to parent your child with an eating disorder
⭐ How to create a pro-recovery home
⭐ Feel more confident and knowledgeable
⭐ What to do and what not to do when your child has an eating disorder
Parents who have kids who have eating disorders often struggle alone. The sense of shame and overwhelm can be intense. I firmly believe that it doesn’t need to be this way, and I don’t want it to be that way for you or your child who is in recovery.
You don’t have to suffer alone. You don’t have to feel like a bad person. If you’re interested and curious, you can learn a lot during your child’s recovery and your whole family can come out stronger and healthier in the end.
Easy? Not really. Worth it? Absolutely.
You Can (Totally) Do This!
I’m so tired of people not talking about eating disorders and not helping parents help their kids. When we stay locked inside of ourselves, we suffer. And when we suffer, our kids suffer.
Parenting is a practice, not a role. It is something best approached with intelligence and creativity, not guilt, shame, and blame. Parenting from an automatic place can send us into shame spirals and keep us locked in unhelpful patterns. But when we learn to bring our wholehearted, grown-up, intelligent selves to parenting, we feel better and can help our kids. You can help your kids.
Find Peace & Make a Difference
Parents can be incredibly helpful in the eating disorder recovery process, but most of us don’t know where to begin, how to proceed, or how best to help our child who has an eating disorder.
The trouble is that we don’t talk about eating disorders enough. There’s so much shame and stigma that we forget that at least 10% of the population either has or had an eating disorder. You are not alone. And I promise that you can handle this.
The Essential Guide to Eating Disorders Online Course was made for you, and my goal in creating it was to help you feel more confident and knowledgeable so you can make a difference.
Nothing is more gut-wrenching than knowing that your child is suffering and that you can help, but still not knowing what you are supposed to do! This is seriously hard work. The stress you’re feeling is intense, and every day that passes can make you feel more desperate.
It’s time to learn new parenting skills that will help you parent more effectively through the eating disorder and recovery. This course will provide you with the information you need to understand the eating disorder, care for yourself and stay strong, and create a family life that is supportive and rewarding for everyone.
1. Get Ready to Grow!
- Taking Care of Yourself
- Learning New Skills
2. Learn About Eating Disorders
- Learn the Language
- Understanding Eating Disorders
- Eating Disorder Behaviors
- Coexisting Behaviors
3.Foundations of Recovery
- Body Acceptance
- Emotional Metabolism
- Rebuilding the Self
4. Parenting in Recovery
- Family rules
- Managing family interactions
- Co-parenting, Siblings, Extended family, Family events, Family friends
5. Understanding recovery
- Early recovery
- Embracing recovery
- Recovery maintenance
Get Started Today
This course will provide you with everything you need to know about parenting a child who has an eating disorder. With this course, you will feel more confident and calm as your child navigates treatment for their eating disorder. It includes:
- 5 video lessons
- Course workbook
- Access on computer, laptop, or mobile device
- BONUS: $25 discount off one session of parent coaching with Ginny
Created By Ginny Jones
Ginny Jones is on a mission to change the conversation about eating disorders and empower people to recover. She’s the founder of More-Love.org, an online resource supporting parents who have kids with eating disorders, and a Parent Coach who helps parents supercharge their kid’s eating disorder recovery.
Ginny has been researching and writing about eating disorders since 2016. She incorporates the principles of neurobiology and attachment parenting with a non-diet, Health At Every Size® approach to health and recovery.
Ginny’s most recent project is Recovery, a newsletter for deeply feeling people in recovery from diet culture, negative body image, and eating disorders.
Parent-Friendly ❤️ Neurobiology ❤️ Attachment ❤️ Non-Diet ❤️ Health At Every Size®
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: When does the course start and finish?
Once you complete payment, we will send you access to the course within 24 hours.
Question: How long do I have access to the course?
You will have full access to the course for as long as we offer it, and for a minimum of 6 months after you place your order.
Question: What if the course doesn’t work for us?
I really hope you like the course, but of course I offer a 100% refund within 30 days.
Question: My life is CRAZY! Do I really have time to take this online course?
The course is accessible on all devices, and it’s easy to take in a few sections at a time if you can’t view the whole thing at once. Lots of parents find it’s a great way to use the time spent waiting in doctors’ and therapists’ offices!
Question: Does this course tell me how to fix my child’s eating disorder?
No. This course is about parenting when your child has an eating disorder. It is not about treating the eating disorder. You will learn parenting techniques that will be helpful as your child undergoes treatment, but this is not a treatment course.
Question: Does this course make sense at a particular stage of recovery?
This course applies to all stages of parenting a child who is in recovery for an eating disorder.
Question: Does this course apply if my kid doesn’t live with me?
Yes. This course is designed with the best-case scenario for impacting our kids, which is when they live at home with us. However, the information will be incredibly helpful even if your child does not live with you.
Question: Does this course focus on a particular type of eating disorder?
This course provides parenting techniques that will benefit any child with any type of eating disorder.