Recovery Love and Care is growing! We are excited to introduce you to our team of experts within the Eating Disorder Recovery Field! Recovery Love and Care has Masters level, Certified and fully recovered Eating Disorder Recovery Coaches, Mental Health Providers and a Registered Dietician that specialize in Eating Disorders.
Meet with one of our Eating Disorder Recovery Coaches, therapists and dietician from the comfort of your own home! Each Recovery Coach abides by the Recovery Love and Care, LLC code of ethics, and provides HIPAA compliant virtual services for Eating Disorder Recovery.
Is Eating Disorder Recovery Coaching Right For You?
Are you in need of additional support within your Eating Disorder?
Are you struggling to maintain recovery within your Eating Disorder?
Are you looking to find a healthy and positive relationship with your body?
Are you over dieting and trying time and time again to lose weight?
Our Eating Disorder Team Is Here For YOU!
You can meet with anyone from our Eating Disorder team virtually through our HIPAA compliant app! No matter where you are, YOU CAN RECEIVE support and help for your Eating Disorder! There is hope, and we are here to help! Our Eating disorder Team offer one-on-one Eating Disorder Support, as well as, virtual Eating Disorder Groups, accessible from anywhere in the world!
Meet Jayne Mattingly, CEO, MA, Eating Disorder Recovery Coach
Jayne Mattingly is a Masters level Eating Disorder Recovery Coach and the owner of the Global Virtual Coaching Group Practice, Recovery Love and Care, LLC. Jayne identifies as fully recovered from a lifelong Eating Disorder. Jayne practices under the notion that full recovery is possible, and that with proper support, dedication, self-care and time, ALL individuals can find full recovery. Jayne works from a tailored and Health At Every Size (HAES) perspective, and believes that finding body acceptance is a key component when finding full recovery.
Jayne is originally from Chicago, IL, and now lives and runs her business, Recovery Love and Care, LLC, out of Charleston, SC. Jayne has been described as personable, empathetic, and passionate professional within the mental health field, and is a true believer that self-care is the foundation to happiness. Jayne’s coaching style is a collaborative approach where she perseveres with and advocates for each and every one of her client’s. She has a passion for helping those within their recovery, especially when it comes to body image conception, chronic illness, living with body betrayal and helping others find self-compassion and body kindness. Jayne’s overall mission is to help those within their Eating Disorder recovery find success within the hostile recovery environment in which we live!
Meet Julia Parzyck, Eating Disorder Recovery Coach & Body Image/ Intuitive Exercise Mentor
Julia is a trained Eating Disorder Recovery Coach, under the Recovery Love and Care, LLC training curriculum. Julia identifies as fully recovered from her Eating Disorder, and has a background in teaching and education. Julia is passionate about educating others on the harms of diet culture veiled in “wellness culture.” Julia works from a Health At Every Size perspective, and helps each client work through their own unique process of Eating Disorder Recovery. Julia will help YOU, find body acceptance, and live an active lifestyle that is intuitive to your health!
Mikayla Petty, ED Recovery & Body Image Coach
Mikayla is a Mom, Wife, Veteran and Eating Disorder Warrior! Mikayla believes in full recovery from an Eating Disorder, and finds purpose in helping others find food and body freedom no matter where they are in their life! Mikayla uses her personal experience, her training under the RLC Coaching Curriculum, and her passion to help others to help women find happiness and wellness!
Ellie Houston, ED Recovery Coach; Body Freedom
Before becoming a coach through the Recovery Love and Care training curriculum, Ellie worked as a wilderness guide where she was trained to leave behind all unnecessary baggage before a trip into the great unknown. She learned that living without things she thought she needed was incredibly freeing- years later she would relive that feeling as she recovered from her own eating disorder. What once seemed essential now seemed too heavy to carry- and the journey was so much better with a lighter load. Her mission now is to help women “lighten their packs” by rejecting diet culture, weight stigma, body shame and bad-faith health and wellness culture, and clearing a path for them to move, explore and inhabit their bodies with joy and freedom.