Self-Love is for everybody. Self-love is for every BODY.

HOLA! My name is Jenna Hurley.  As a teacher and student of body image and food freedom, I will help you finally surrender to the pervasive constraints of diet culture and  “make the leap” towards recovery.  Through my practices as an Eating Disorder Recovery Coach, and someone who has “been there”, I am so glad you are here. Welcome to all!

As a past health teacher I saw, first hand, the gap in education and misinformation surrounding diet and movement. With my personal experience through recovery, my experience as an educator and my current certification and training under Recovery Love and Care Coaching Curriculum, I would love to support you in learning and unlearning these pervasive diet culture myths to  find body acceptance.

Through healing your relationship with food and body, the sweetest reward is healing the relation you have with yourself.  Together we can work on recreating a life beyond the entrapments and constraints of an eating disorder filled with authenticity, fulfillment and joy that I believe is possible for everybody in every body.

Senorita Selflove LLC is a safe, compassionate, trauma informed space for all struggling with an Eating Disorder/toxic disordered eating behaviors.

Together we can work to:

Collaboratively work towards your recovery goals

Heal negative body image

Learn new ways to cope with negative thoughts and feelings

Eat meals/fear foods together as you feel ready

Discover and clarify your “whys” for recovery

Find food freedom and JOY in your life

Is Eating Disorder Recovery Coaching Right For You?

  • You’re actively in recovery from an eating disorder or disordered eating
  • You feel like your relationship with food is too chaotic or too rigid (or both)
  • You struggle with accepting your body as it is in this moment
  • You want to learn how to practice self-compassion and body kindness
  • You want to heal your relationship with food & your body but you’re feeling stuck
  • You’re looking for some extra support in your recovery throughout the week
  • You want to work with someone who’s been there and is now recovered
  • You have/ seek to find  an established treatment team (either a therapist or dietitian, but ideally both) and feel like you can use extra specialized support

About Me / My Story

I may be a Teacher by day, but you are looking at a proud diet culture DROPOUT!

Don’t let the title of teacher fool you, I am just as much a student. Having recovered from my own eating disorder, I understand how challenging the process can be and the bravery it takes to ask for support. As a coach, I am committed to provide one size fits one support services to all my clients because Eating Disorders are so diverse.

My teaching goes beyond the traditional classroom.
Coming from a place where my own personal struggle was a battle with an eating disorder/disordered eating habits for 10+ years. My continued choice of recovery and my own personal journey along with my training under the remarkable Recovery Love and Care curriculum were the stepping stones that give me the honor of becoming a coach. I can now combine my personal struggles and my education background into a space where I can connect with others and create a safe space to help others on their own recovery journeys.

I struggled with body image from the young age of 6 years old. Engaging in disordered eating habits with repeated binge/restrict cycles. After recovering from my eating disorder and as a past health teacher I saw, first hand, the gap in education and misinformation surrounding diet and movement. With my personal experience through recovery, my experience as an educator and my current certification and training under Recovery Love and Care, I can help you unlearn these pervasive diet culture myths and find body acceptance.

I support people in all bodies to embrace the YOU within you! I will help you surrender to the pressures and constraints of diet culture, declare your intuitive food freedom, explore the realms of joyful movement and align your energies to the vibration of your truest most authentic self.

With my professional training under the Recovery Love and Care University and my background in education, I am passionate about encouraging conversations about the importance of educating others about the importance of establishing a healthy relationship with food body acceptance.


  • Compassion
  • Self-Love
  • Body-acceptance
  • Body-neutrality
  • Creativity
  • 5 pillars of health
  • Intuitive Eating
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Working to live and not
  • living to work
  • Diversity
  • Nutritious and delicious


Coaching sessions include:
★ Trauma-informed care 
★ Meal plan support
★ Neural retraining
★ A more day-to-day interaction to discuss how our relationship with food affects other areas of their lives
★ Guided meditations/journal prompts
★ Help with grocery shopping
★ Education about what happens biologically in our bodies when we engage in eating disorder behaviors
★ Support when clients experience triggers/ED thoughts
★ Support from someone trustworthy, compassionate, understanding yet honest
★ Someone who is not always going to tell her what she WANTS to hear
★ A means to have those “difficult conversations”

Package A

3 Month Commitment
One-on-One Sessions
+ Chat Support
  • Weekly One-one-one virtual video sessions (45-1 hour)
  • Unlimited chat support in between sessions
  • Personalized resources, journal prompts, homework assignments

Cost: $400 per month

Package B

6 Month Commitment
One-on-One Sessions
+ Chat Support
  • Weekly One-one-one virtual video sessions (45-1 hour)
  • Unlimited chat support in between sessions
  • Personalized resources, journal prompts, homework assignments

Cost: $350 per month

Package C

1 Month Commitment
Unlimited Chat Support +
Renewal as needed
  • Text/voice message features available
  • In-the-moment coaching support
  • Unlimited access

Frequently Asked Questions

Therapists and licensed mental health practitioners have specialized training to help you examine the “Why’s” of how you developed your eating disorder and to work through and treat underlying issues behind your eating disorder. They are also able to diagnose and treat other psychological issues which might be present such as depression, anxiety, a trauma history or substance abuse.

As a Coach certified under Recovery Love and Care, I do not diagnose, treat conditions or have the training to delve into more underlying issues. Instead, I am trained to support the work and treatment goals you have with your therapist or treatment team should you be working with one.  The structure of coaching sessions is to focus on the “here and now” to help you in accomplishing day-to-day behavior changes.

I am trained to serve as an advocate on your team that is Eating Disorder Specialized.   Other team members might not have received specialized training working with Eating Disorders. For example meal support sessions and between-session support by email and text, as well as in-the-moment support with grocery shopping or other activities of daily life. Providing you with this type of “exposure and response prevention” work will allow your other team members to have more time to spend with you on underlying issues, larger psychological problems, or specific nutrition-related issues that are not in my scope of practice to address.

Also, as someone who has recovered from my own eating disorder, combined with my personal experience and professional training, in the best interest of each client, a coach can further enhance the quality of life for recovered living and provide clients with a source of hope and inspiration for full recovery.

A dietician/nutritionist has specialized training that allows them to assess a person’s nutritional status, create meal plans, and make professional recommendations regarding specific foods, supplements and eating changes.

As a coach, I am trained to help you implement the work you are doing with your dietitian. I am also trained to help you challenge your food fears, perhaps rigid eating rules and rituals in the moment that may not be serving you.   With this customized collaborative care, together as a team we can all help you move towards where you would like your relationship with food to be. However, I cannot prescribe a specific meal plan or give guidance around what or how much to eat in a treatment-like way. Coaching support can look like:

  • Supporting you by guiding you through a challenging meal or snack and eating the same food with you, as well as supporting you by text or email throughout the rest of the day.
  • Supporting you to purchase new foods to expand the variety of your diet and challenge food fears.
  • Supporting you with grocery shopping/preparing food necessary to follow your meal plan

I provide individualized one-on-one recovery coaching internationally via virtual sessions for any individual struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating.

I specialize in supporting individuals struggling with:

  • Anorexia nervosa
  • Bulimia nervosa
  • Binge-eating disorder
  • Food Restriction
  • Body Dysmorphia
  • OSFED (Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorders)
  • Negative Body Image
  • Disordered eating or ‘atypical’ eating disorder diagnoses
  • Compulsive exercise
  • Orthorexia or obsession with healthy or clean eating

Also, since coaching is meant to be an added support to a treatment team individuals, in almost all cases, individuals should  be working with a therapist and/or dietitian whom I will be able to collaborate with. But do not worry, if you do not already have an established team, I am here to work with you on forming a team for your personalized care and treatment.

For example,  coaching may be ideal for you perhaps:

  • If you have been recently discharged from an eating disorder treatment facility and are feeling like you need extra support adjusting during your initial time at home navigating life post-treatment.
  • If you are further along in recovery, maybe you are feeling stuck or feel like you could now go further with a coach who can support you in day-to-day life post recovery.
  • You might be early in your eating disorder or have disordered eating and you want to try a coach first before exploring other options.
  • If you have a therapist and dietitian but feel like you need extra support to implement the work you are doing with them into your daily life and to help you set and follow through on goals. For example, completing meals according to your meal plan, completing meals without purging, challenging food fears and food rituals, or decreasing other eating disorder behaviors.

Additional possible recovery needs:

  • Self-care toolkit assistance
  • Navigating complicated/distorted relationships with food
  • grounding/breathing exercises
  • Trauma-informed care 
  • Journal prompts relating to themes surrounding recovery/self-love
  • Relapse prevention
  • Help finding food freedom
  • Craving a boost of self-worth
  • A more personalized touch with recovery

Please see the “services” section of this website.  Also, please contact me and we can discuss the possible payment plan options.

The short answer, YES!!!!!

The definition of recovery goes beyond a checklist of behaviors and symptoms a person may be experiencing or not experiencing.  

Some definitions of recovery might look like:

“Being recovered is when a person can accept his or her natural body size and shape and no longer has a self-destructive or unnatural relationship with food or exercise.”

“When you are recovered, food and weight take a proper perspective in your life and what you weigh is not more important than who you are. In fact, actual numbers are of little or no importance at all.”

“When recovered, you will not compromise your health or betray your soul to look a certain way, wear a certain size or reach a certain number on a scale.”

“When you are recovered, you do not use eating disorder behaviors to deal with, distract from, or cope with other problems.”

-Carolyn Costin (Eating Disorder Professional)

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