Like really have full freedom from an eating disorder.

Imagine no longer feeling like food and body image are landmines you had to navigate around everyday.

What if food was "just food"Sounds crazy, but...



DON'T THINK YOU'RE THE EXCEPTION (keep on reading my warrior friend)

You didn't start the process of recovery just to feel stuck and frustrated.

You started the process of recovery because you want to enjoy life. You want to feel alive again. 

You know there's more to life than obsessing over food labels, scheduling workouts, and saying "no" to opportunities outside of your comfort zone or calorie quota.

…But at this stage, you still have a lot of obstacles, what-ifs, and fears holding you back.

If you want to recover and step into a life beyond food and body struggles, you need guidance that’s designed for exactly where you're at.

Hello there, warrior

My name is Jessica Flint, Founder of Recovery Warriors. When I first started recovery, I felt like my weight and food behaviors were holding me back from everything in life. I was insecure and critical of the woman I saw in the mirror. I questioned if I was "sick enough". Thank God I didn't convince myself that I wasn't worthy of support. I desperately needed it. Now life is so liberating on the other side of an eating disorder. And with a decade of professional experience healing eating disorders, I know how to help you find freedom.


Recover Strong at the School of Recovery, an online learning program to guide you step-by-step towards freedom from an eating disorder

Watch this short video to see how your life can change inside.

My biggest goal for you is that you're able to see the incredible amount of possibility and strength that's within you.



That is how you'll feel after going through the School of Recovery. It's going to take new ways of being to get to the other side of this battle. We fortunately have the skills, strategies and support to get you there.

​In the School of Recovery™, you'll learn how to build an internal foundation of self-compassion and gratitude, discover your unique gifts and life purpose, AND develop skills that will serve you positively for a lifetime. All the while doing this work with an engaged community of warriors on the same path as you.

“As a woman in my middle age years, I have had an eating disorder nearly my entire life. I benefitted deeply in the School of Recovery. I found my outlook changing, looking at life with gratitude, and seeing abundance surrounding me. I have new tools and skills to manage the hard times without turning to food as an ally. I am thankful to truly feel I am on the road to recovery. ”


“My exhausted heart and soul was ready to call a truce with the poisonous voice in my head and my hurtful, punishing habits. Inside the School of Recovery, I learned how to embrace new, nurturing practices. I am gently and consistently implementing all I have learned, which I am so grateful and thankful for." ”


“Thanks to the School of Recovery I feel like I'm making progress EVERY DAY, I have such a growth mindset now and I may not be a new person to others but to myself I am so much kinder and happy with who I am. I think I can finally see myself for me, and not just the bad. ”


What's Included

Inside the School of Recovery™ You'll:











When you’re ready to choose recovery and commit fully – you'll want to be guided by people who GET you and have made it to where you’re headed – a community of professional coaches that you can dive deep with, take risks with, and make quantum leaps ahead without ED.

With ongoing and individualized support, your coach at the School of Recovery will be side-by-side with you through the 8 weeks yo go through the program, equipping you with  the specific tools you need to make RADICAL SHIFTS that will have you feeling GOOD in your body, eating food effortlessly and letting the badass woman inside of you take centrestage. Share your intentions, stay accountable, celebrate your progress and make connections with likeminded warriors who are equally invested in their recovery and want to cheer you on, during the good days and the bad.

Week 1: Setting the Foundation for Success

Get oriented with your recovery home-base and open yourself up to this life-changing experience. In this week you'll:

  • Connect with your coach

  • Learn your way around all the resources that'll catapult your recovery

  • Leverage the power of permission and intention to get greater clarity

Week 2: Compassionate Goal-Setting

In order to make real change in your life, you need a reliable system to help you stay accountable. In this week you’ll:

  • Discover a new relapse-proof framework for goal setting

  • Start a daily routine that'll fast track you to reaching your goals

  • Learn the core elements of self-compassion and how to put them into practice

Week 3: Identify What's Holding You Back

Your headspace — from the thoughts you think, emotions you feel, actions you take, to beliefs you believe — holds the power to create your reality. In this week you’ll:

  • Discover toxic words to avoid at all costs and what to use in their place

  • Get to the root of your belief system and it's family of origin

  • Realign your energy so you feel stronger and manifest your goals faster

Week 4: Integration Time

Now almost midway through the School of Recovery™, you'll have a break to put your skills to practice and ask any lingering questions before you continue.

Week 5: Discover Your Unique Gifts & Core Values

We all have a North Star. A direction we are called to head in life, however it's easy to get off path when struggling with food and body issues. In this week you’ll:

  • Unlock your unique soul strengths with an identity mapping exercise

  • Make a plan to incorporate your soul strengths into your life now

  • Explore and define your core values

Week 6: Connect to the Intuitive Eater Within

In order to heal your relationship with food, you need to develop a new relationship to it. In this week you’ll:

  • Unlock the key principles to intuitive eating

  • Decipher the hidden messages in your relationship to food

  • Visualize your ideal relationship to food

Week 7: Build Better Body Image

Imagine finding peace with your body and no longer being at war with your shape and size. In this week, you'll:

  • Connect to your self, the part of you beyond your body

  • Heal through embodiment practices

  • Reduce negative comparisons and self-judgement

Week 8: Setting a Vision for Continued Success

You've made it to the end and now it is time to celebrate and acknowledge your commitment to your recovery. In this week, you'll:

  • Create a vision board sealing in your newfound hope

  • Commit to a plan for staying on track

  • Connect with your coach outside of the community portal.



Yeah, YOU'LL GET PLENTY...You won't be shy of resources to continue your education after school finishes. Let's take a peak at the extras you're gonna get when you enroll:

Recovery 101

4 week foundational self-study program ($499 value)

Recovery 101 gives you the tools you need to see HOW full recovery can be achieved. You'll learn the "Four Pillars of Recovery" and create new habits to find more JOY in life and curiosity around the new person you're becoming.

ED Coping Kit

7 skill based video training lessons ($247 value)

Expert advice and guidance for handling everything from food guilt to food police to tough body image days.

Why You Relapse (And How to Stop) Training

Practical advice to clear away the obstacles that hold you back from true freedom from an eating disorder. ($147 value)

"Thank you so very much for your training session on “slips”. This is the best recovery talk I've ever heard. I've been asking for an answer as to why I again and again go back to very unwanted eating behaviors and your analogy is the Answer I have been looking for, for toooo Loooong!" -Amanda

Recovery Affirmations and Guided Meditations

6 Soothing Affirmations and 5 Guided Meditations ($97 value)

Make these part of your daily recovery routine. Rewire your brain to release food guilt, accept your body, and find success in your recovery.

You're Protected With Our 100% Risk-Free Guarantee

This program has the power to profoundly change your life. That's not hype — that's based on results from past students who took showed up and continue to apply what they've learned.

We're confident that if you do the work, you'll get tremendous value. We back that up with our risk-free guarantee. Here's how it works:

Test drive the first week of the School of Recovery. If by 12pm ET on Mar 10th you don't feel we've delivered the value — just email our support team, show us your completed coursework and we'll issue you a full refund.

The reason we ask for completed coursework is simple. We only want to work with warriors who are fully committed to taking consistent action. We devote tremendous time, energy and care to our students, so it's vital that you're as dedicated to this experience as we are.

Listen to Our Beautiful Alumni

Lisette Hoschek - Diet Recovery Coach, Atlanta (

Diagnosed with PCOS, Lisette once thought she'd never be able to have children. Fast-forward several years and she is the mom of 3 healthy boys! Now that they're in school, she has more time on her hands and is using it to build a coaching business and write a book INSTEAD of obsessing about food. Listen to her interview to see how the School of Recovery™ has made a huge difference with her creativity and career

Rachael St. Germain - Mindset Coach, San Francisco (

Rachael found herself stuck in a place where she was oversaturated with learning about HOW to recover. She wanted to get better, but found herself in resistance to giving up the comfort and safety of the eating disorder. Finding out what her "WHY", was what she was missing. After the School of Recovery™, she's passionately pursuing her heart's path and has stayed in close connection with her classmates for extra accountability.

Errin Witherspoon - Professional Artist, Canada (

Errin is a 47 year old Grandma who spent years stifling her creativity. She joined the School of Recovery™ to find more support, but little did she know she would re-connect with her love of art. Now she her owns an online art studio. Check out Errin's interview now.

Laura Tapp - Event Planner, Atlanta

After living with her eating disorder for many years, Laura discovered the School of Recovery. With the tools she learned in the program, she was able to find the drive, motivation and inspiration to push through this obstacle that has haunted her for so long. Watch her video to connect to her story of courage and power!

Are you ready to win?

Yes, I AM!

What Sets The School of Recovery Apart From Any Other Program?

We take great pride in our unique approach and curriculum. Most treatment approaches leave the soul piece out, leaving many people feeling like they didn't do it right or aren't "recovery material". The School of Recovery™ takes a holistic approach to healing, honoring both intuition and intellect. Our strategies work across the range of all eating disorder sub-types and with warriors at virtually every stage of their journey.

  • Holistic Soul-Based Approach

  • Experienced Teachers to Guide You

  • World-Class Community Support Circle

  • Graduates At All Ages & Levels of Recovery

  • 100% Money Back Guarantee

They've Come So Far

With the support, structure, and lessons at the School of Recovery

“The group helped me stay on track, and I feel so inspired by the women inside it. I connected with the part of me that is willing to show up for a program and work really hard on something that is meaningful to me. I truly showed up.”


“The community has been so helpful in my recovery. They understand exactly what I am going through and are able to offer kind and caring support when needed. I finally don’t feel alone and I feel like I am well on my way to getting my life back.”


“I not only got what I wanted, but I ended up with a community of people who were more than I expected. Amazing non judgmental support. It was so powerful. Money can’t buy this. ”


"I was drowning in deep grief and withering away slowly from my Ed."

The School of Recovery is the catalyst I was searching for and I began finding my compassionate self.

To share with fellow warriors in a supported, safe, moderated environment held me accountable to keep going and gradually my isolation and disconnection dissolved. The monster that is Ed is losing power and is not in the driving seat. I am taking responsibility for my recovery and reclaiming my power. Deep heartfelt thanks the School of Recovery and all my fellow warriors inside. -MARGARET

"My whole life changed."

I've been in recovery for 7 years and I haven't reached a strong point in my recovery until now.

If it wasn’t for the School of Recovery™ I would still be depressed, scared, lonely, and not trusting of my intuition. It’s mind-blowing. " -TYLER


  • I know that if I commit fully and apply what I learn, I'll get tremendous value. That said, how much time do I need to set aside each week?

    Each class will take a minimum of 3-5 hours depending on how fast you read and write. You can surely invest more time in each class if you want to go into the coursework in more depth. To be frank, one of the best "lessons" you can get in the School of Recovery is challenging perfectionism and showing up imperfectly. This in and of itself can help break the habit of taking on too much, then dropping it and feeling bad about yourself. Very very few people who successfully go through the program finish all their assignments while in it. They find the connection and community is what gives them the most forward motion and support. They also found relief in knowing they (and you if you decide to join) have 2 years of access to the material in the Student Center. Fully recovering from an eating disorder is not an 8-week linear event. This program mirrors the reality of recovery — it's introspective, time consuming, heart-opening and something you'll work on for years to come. It is also so much more rewarding when done with the right support. This is what student, Jennifer had to say about her experience: “It’s really well structured, there’s enough time between each lesson, you can do it at your own pace, you can rewatch things if you need, and you can revisit things weeks later if you need to check again, and it's in a really clear order and you can see the progress your making!”

  • How do I access the program?

    All components of this program are fully virtual and can be completed from anywhere with an internet connection! Listening to pre-recorded lectures and call recordings is the primary focus of this program—which you can do in the School of Recovery Student Center at any time. Our live connection and group coaching calls and your 1-on-1 coaching calls with Joni O'Donnell will take place through Zoom. Only thing you'll need to connect is a stable internet connection to join.

  • If I try the School of Recovery and it doesn't work for me — can I get a refund?

    Yes. We've always backed our program with 100% satisfaction guarantee. Here's how it works. Test drive the first week. If by 7 days you don't feel the School of Recovery is right for you — just email our support team at [email protected], show us your completed coursework and we'll issue a fast and complete refund. The reason we ask for your completed coursework is simple. We only want to work with people who are truly committed to taking massive, consistent action and using the ideas and strategies to create real change. We devote a tremendous amount of time, energy and human resources into out students in this program, so it's vital that you're as committed to taking action as we are to supporting your success. In order to be eligible for our 7 day Money Back Guarantee, you must submit proof that you listened to the lessons, interviews, and did the course work and it did not work for you.

  • I'm new to recovery — will the School of Recovery work for me?

    Yes, it certainly can. We've had students come through the program in the beginning stages and leave full of hope and insights for the road ahead. To be clear, recovery is not an 8 week, linear event. If you truly want to recover, it takes years of effort, dedication, and introspection. While we can't guarantee that you'll put the necessary energy into the growth of your recovery in the long-term, what we can say is this: The School of Recovery is ideal if you're just starting out because you'll be surrounded by other warriors with a growth mindset who are committed to overcoming their eating disorder. Plus, you'll be engaging with content centered around the most foundational aspects of recovery in the weekly group coaching and connection calls.

  • I've been trying to recover for YEARS — will the School of Recovery work for me?

    Yes, it certainly can. We've had students come through the program that have been living with an eating disorder for over 50 years and have experienced profound healing and hope. To be clear, recovery is not an 8 week, linear event. If you truly want to recover, it takes a belief that it is possible and that you are worthy of it. No matter how many times it didn't work out in the past, it is possible if you keep an open mind and an open heart. While we can't guarantee that you will stay open to the transformation, what we can say is this: The School of Recovery is ideal if you've tried many different options and had no success because you'll be exposed to new ways of looking at your eating disorder and be surrounded by other warriors with a growth mindset who are committed to overcoming their eating disorder. Plus, you'll be engaging with content centered around the most foundational aspects of recovery in the group coaching and connection calls.

  • Will going through the School of Recovery eliminate the need to work with a therapist or dietitian?

    No. The School of Recovery™ is NOT a substitution for seeking professional treatment like a therapist or a dietitian. It can be a wonderful accessory to your treatment team or stand on it's own if you're in the later stages of recovery. If you're not sure whether you need a higher level of care, reach out to any treatment centers for a free assessment. If you're currently working with treatment team we highly encourage you to stay with them. The School of Recovery™ is meant to be a supplement to treatment or for people in the later stages of recovery who are no longer routinely seeing a therapist or a dietitian.

  • How does the community component work?

    Our community is powered by a third party platform called Circle and is not on Facebook. Social media has been linked to higher levels of loneliness, envy, anxiety, depression, narcissism and decreased social skills. While we are not advocating against social media, we think your mental and emotional experience is enhanced on a separate platform. Circle has a user friendly mobile and desktop app and is much easier to organize conversations around topics through it's use of "spaces". Previous students LOOOVED it! The community circle will be closed one week after graduation. This will give you sufficient time to connect with your classmates outside of school by your preferred methods. Fellow alumni Marie had to the say following about her experience: “In the School of Recovery, I not only got what I wanted, but I ended up with a community of people who were more than I expected. Amazing non judgmental support. It was so powerful. Money can’t buy this. It was amazing. I had the opportunity to be around all these people and be heard and seen and not judged. Making it that much easier to talk about it with people around me who don’t have an eating disorder and don’t know what it’s like to recover.” - Marie

  • How can I reach you to ask a question?

    Our team is here to help if you run into tech problems, have a question about the program or just want to say hello. You can reach us by email at [email protected].

If You've Read This Far...

If you've read this far, you owe it to yourself to honestly answer these questions:

What if just one idea in the School of Recovery...

helps you shift your mindset and see your eating disorder and path to healing from an entirely different perspective?

What if just one strategy in the School of Recovery...

becomes your go to coping mechanism during challenging times instead of engaging in destructive behaviors?

What if just one connection in the School of Recovery...

helps you feel less alone and gives you the encouragement, comfort, and support you've been lacking all these years?

What would those changes realistically be worth to you over a lifetime?

$5,000...$20,000...$50,000...or more?

The School of Recovery can help you make step towards living the life you've been dreaming of free of an eating disorder.

Are you ready to RECOVER STRONG?

Yes, I AM