Tools and Resources

“You are welcome to join my next live session…”

As a personal trainer, I know the importance of a tailored, balanced and holistic approach. Whether a young person or a parent, you’re welcome to join one of my live events and to wise up alongside others. For many, it’s proved a hugely supportive thing… one that has enabled them to return to a place of wellbeing.

The tools and resources available to you via this site range from downloadable toolkits and pdfs… to regular and bespoke live events.

It’s through the latter that we’ve been able to develop and grow the JenUp community – so that young people and parents can benefit from the shared first-hand wisdom of others. These resources are grouped below as follows:

Resources for Young People

The tools and resources available to young people range from downloadable toolkits and pdfs… to regular and bespoke live events.

Physical Resources
  • The Toolkit for Young People (FREE)
  • The Side Effects of Under-eating (FREE)
  • The Side Effects of Excessive Exercise (FREE)
  • Coping Through Covid – Eating Issues (£7.99)
  • Coping Through Covid – Exercise Stress and Body Dysmorphia (£7.99)
  • How to respond to negative food thoughts (£14.99)

To order any of the above, please go to the Contact Form here

Live Events

‘Wednesday Lives’ available on TikTok at 8.00pm

Please check my TikTok account and other social media for the latest interactive events, and to put your questions to me via AskJenUp. For details about upcoming bespoke group events, please check JenUpdate.

Regular Blogs & Podcasts

For my latest blogs, podcasts and other information, go to my JenUpdate page

Help from Other Organisations

Beat
National UK Charity for Eating Disorders
https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk

The Eating Disorders Association (EDA N.I.)
Charity based in Belfast City Centre
https://www.eatingdisordersni.co.uk

Maudsley Centre for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders 
Providing treatment and recovery
https://mccaed.slam.nhs.uk

The National Centre for Eating Disorders
A non-profit organisation providing providing eating disorder treatment and recovery
https://eating-disorders.org.uk

Royal College of Psychiatrists
Comprehensive information about eating disorders
https://www.rcpsych.ac.uk

Resources for Parents

The tools and resources available to parents range from downloadable toolkits and pdfs… to regular and bespoke live events.

Physical Resources
  • The Toolkit for Parents (FREE)
  • The Side Effects of Under-eating (FREE)
  • The Side Effects of Excessive Exercise (FREE)
  • Coping Through Covid – Eating Issues (£7.99)
  • Coping Through Covid – Exercise Stress and Body Dysmorphia (£7.99)
  • How to respond to negative food thoughts (£14.99)

To order any of the above, please go to the Contact Form here. You may also choose any of the pdfs created for young people — which range from ‘Coping with Covid’ to exploring the ‘Side Effects of Under-eating’.

Live Events
  • Webinars for Parents

For details about upcoming webinars for parents, and also bespoke group events for young people, please check JenUpdate.

Regular Blogs & Podcasts

For my latest blogs, podcasts and other information, go to my JenUpdate page

Help from Other Organisations

Beat
National UK Charity for Eating Disorders
https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk

The Eating Disorders Association (EDA N.I.)
Charity based in Belfast City Centre
https://www.eatingdisordersni.co.uk

Maudsley Centre for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders 
Providing treatment and recovery
https://mccaed.slam.nhs.uk

Maudsley Parents
Offering parents information on eating disorders and a family-based treatment approach
http://www.maudsleyparents.org

The National Centre for Eating Disorders
A non-profit organisation providing providing eating disorder treatment and recovery
https://eating-disorders.org.uk

New Maudsley Carers, Kent
How to care for a loved one with an Eating Disorder
https://newmaudsleycarers-kent.co.uk

Royal College of Psychiatrists
Comprehensive information about eating disorders
https://www.rcpsych.ac.uk

Resources for Teachers

The tools and resources available to teachers range from a downloadable toolkit… to bespoke live events.

Physical Resources
  • The Toolkit for Teachers (FREE)
  • The Side Effects of Under-eating (FREE)
  • The Side Effects of Excessive Exercise (FREE)
  • Coping Through Covid – Eating Issues (£7.99)
  • Coping Through Covid – Exercise Stress and Body Dysmorphia (£7.99)
  • How to respond to negative food thoughts (£14.99)

To order any of the above, please go to the Contact Form here. You may also choose any of the pdfs created for young people — which range from ‘Coping with Covid’ to exploring the ‘Side Effects of Under-eating’.

Live Events
  • Webinars for Teachers

For details about upcoming webinars for teachers, and also bespoke group events for young people, please check JenUpdate.

Regular Blogs & Podcasts

For my latest blogs, podcasts and other information, go to my JenUpdate page

Help from Other Organisations

Beat
National UK Charity for Eating Disorders
https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk

The Eating Disorders Association (EDA N.I.)
Charity based in Belfast City Centre
https://www.eatingdisordersni.co.uk

Maudsley Centre for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders 
Providing treatment and recovery
https://mccaed.slam.nhs.uk

Maudsley Parents
Offering parents information on eating disorders and a family-based treatment approach
http://www.maudsleyparents.org

The National Centre for Eating Disorders
A non-profit organisation providing providing eating disorder treatment and recovery
https://eating-disorders.org.uk

New Maudsley Carers, Kent
How to care for a loved one with an Eating Disorder
https://newmaudsleycarers-kent.co.uk

Royal College of Psychiatrists
Comprehensive information about eating disorders
https://www.rcpsych.ac.uk

The Resources Within

“Perhaps the most rewarding aspect of my work is when I see young people realising how powerful they are. When it dawns on them that they have, within them, everything they need to get to the other side of their eating disorder.”

Some of the turning points in my own personal journey came about when I reconnected with my passions, and when I finally resolved to say ‘no’ to different things that didn’t serve me.

In any fight against an eating disorder, education and nutrition are obviously key, but maybe the single most important thing is mindset. In my TikTok groups, I often look at the inner ‘ED’ voice. (The Eating Disorder voice that is in your ’ead!)

When young people realise that they have a choice… and that they don’t have to ‘give in’ to those voices that don’t serve them… and also that they can choose to react differently to comments that might trigger them… that’s when they can start to turn the tables and get back on the road to wellness.

In running the different events I have with young people, parents and teachers, it makes me realise just how much wisdom is ‘out there’.  It’s in us coming together – those with questions and those with the answers – and by pooling that wisdom, that I believe we can make a dramatic difference together.

See related ‘Inspiration and Insights’ blogs here

Some of the JenUp resources

To order any of these please go to the Contact Form