VIG Chapters & Articles Published

Satariano, S. (2017) Impact of parent-child interaction video feedback interventions on child neurocognitive and neurobiological outcomes: a systematic review

Schrader-McMillan, A. & Herrera, E. (2016)The successful family reintegration of street-connected children: application of attachment and trauma theory. Journal of Children’s Services, VOL. 11 NO. 3 2016, pp. 217-232 : DOI 10.1108/JCS-09-2015-0028

Kristensen, i. H., Simonsen, M. Trillingsgaard, T. & Kronborg, H. Video feedback promotes relations between infants and vulnerable first-time mothers: a quasi-experimental study. DOI:
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth BMC, 201717:379

Kennedy, H. and Underdown, A. (2017) ‘Video Interaction Guidance: promoting secure attachment and optimal development for children, parents and professionals’ in Leach. P. Transforming Infant Wellbeing. Abingdon: Routledge

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Chakkalackal, L., Rosan, C., & Stavrou, S. (2017). Through Each Other’s Eyes: An evaluation of a Video Interaction Guidance project delivered by health
visitors and family support workers in a disadvantaged urban community. London: Mental Health Foundation

Kennedy, H. Ball, K. & Barlow, J. (2017) How does video interaction guidance contribute to infant and parental mental health and well-being? Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry Apri

James.D.(2017) Supporting Parent-infant relationship using VIG NCT Perspectives Issue 34 March 2017

Maxwell, N., Alyson, R. & Williams,A. (2016) VIG Evaluation Cornwall Council by Cardiff University

Barlow J.,Sembi,S. & Underdown, A. (2016) Pilot RCT of the use of Video Interaction Guidance with pre- term babies Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology
ISSN: 0264-6838 (Print) 1469-672X (Online) Journal homepage:

Kennedy, H., Macdonald, M. & Whalley, P ( 2016) ‘Video Interaction Guidance: providing an effective response for neglected children’ In Gardner,R. ed.Tackling Child neglect: Research, Policy and Evidence-based Practice London: Jessica Kingsley

Hatzinkolaou, K. ( 2015) Intersubjectivity Research and Theory: Contributions to the domains of Psychopathology and Early Intervention

Lam-Cassettari, C. Wadnerkar-Kamble, M.B. & James, D. Enhancing Parent–Child Communication and Parental Self-Esteem With a Video-Feedback Intervention: Outcomes With Prelingual Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children, Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 2015, 1–9

Hall, A. Finch, F. Kolehmainen, N & James, D. (2016) Implementing a video-based intervention to empower staff members in an autism care organization: a qualitative study

Hall et al. BMC Health Services Research (2016) 16:608. DOI 10.1186/s12913-016-1820-9

Musset, M. & Topping, K. (2017): Video interaction guidance in collaborative group work: impact on primary school pupils’ self-esteem and behaviours, Educational Psychology, DOI: 10.1080/01443410.2017.1342768