Improving outcomes - an introduction to Video Interaction Guidance (VIG)
Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) is an evidence-based intervention for developing or repairing relationships - between parents and children, teachers and pupils, health staff and patients, social care / voluntary staff and clients. NICE guidelines recommend video feedback methods for improving parental sensitivity, attachment, attention and reciprocity, especially in the areas of early years, autistic spectrum disorder, and children in or at risk of entering care. This session provides information about VIG and how it can help improve outcomes.
- what is VIG
- how does it work
- the evidence
- theoretical background
- examples of effective applications
Who should attend
- managers interested in commissioning VIG training for their staff
- anyone who works in a supporting role with vulnerable families, young people and adults
Miriam Landor, SeeChange
Miriam is a National Supervisor with the Association of Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) UK (www.videointeractionguidance.net). She is one of the lead developers of VIG and its related professional development method Video Enhanced Reflective Practice (VERP). Miriam delivers training and supervision nationally and internationally to trainees in education, health, social work, social care, voluntary and commercial settings (www.vigorkney.co.uk). An educational psychologist and former preschool home visiting teacher, she is also an author and editor in this field (e.g. Video Interaction Guidance JKP 2011, Video Enhanced Reflective Practice JKP 2015, https://attunedinteractions.wordpress.com). She is a founding member of the SeeChange VIG training and consultancy group (www.seechangevig.net).