Off the C.U.F.F: A Parent Skills Book for the Management of Disordered Eating
Self Help - Carers Resource Book/Carer skills manual
Off the C.U.F.F. (Clear, Undisturbed, Firm, and Funny) contains practical strategies to help parents to deal with a child's problematic eating behaviours. The book outlines the skills-based curriculum taught to parents at one of the world's most highly-regarded Eating Disorder treatment programs, the Eating Disorders Program at Duke University Medical Center in North Carolina. The program has four main goals, which include helping parents to manage disordered eating and weight concerns in their child, to encourage their child to use healthy coping strategies, to support parents' own health and well-being, and to create a family environment that promotes psychological and physical health.