VIG Selected References


Kennedy, H., Landor, M. & Todd, L. eds (2015) Video Enhanced Reflective Practice: Professional Development through Attuned InteractionLondon: Jessica Kingsley

Kennedy, H., Landor, M. & Todd, L.eds (2011) Video Interaction Guidance: A Relationship-based Intervention to Promote Attunement, Empathy and Wellbeing London: Jessica Kingsley
First Chapter Kennedy (2011) What is VIG?

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Kennedy, H. (2017) VIG promoting secure attachment and optimal development IJBPE Vol 4 Issue 3.pdf
Selected Journal Articles and Book chapters

Brown, K. & Kennedy, H. (2011) Learning through conversation: Exploring and extending teacher and children’s involvement in classroom talk School Psychology International

Celebi,M. (2013) ‘Helping to reduce parental anxiety in the perinatal period’ Journal of Health Visiting August 2013 Volume1Issue 8

Doria, M. Kennedy. H. Strathie, C. & Strathie, S. (2014) Explanations for the success of Video Interaction Guidance ( VIG): An emerging Method in Family Psychotherapy The Family Journal , 22(1)

Kennedy,H., Landor,M. & Todd,L. (2010) Video Interaction Guidance as a method to promote secure attachment Education and Child Psychology Vol 27 No.3

Kennedy, H. & Underdown, A. (forthcoming) ‘Video Interaction Guidance: promoting secure attachment and optimal development for children, parents and professionals’ in Leach,P. ed. Innovative Research in Infant Well-being London: Routledge
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Kennedy, H. Feeley, F and Kershaw,S.( forthcoming) Why Video Interaction Guidance in the Family Drug and Alcohol Court In Shaw, M. ed. Justice for Children & Families Royal College of Psychiatry

Pardoe, R. (2016) ‘Integrating Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in Work with Parents and Infants’, Bulletin of the Association of Child Psychotherapists, May 2016

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Theoretical base

Beebe, B. & Steele, M. (2013) How does microanalysis of mother–infant communication inform maternal sensitivity and infant attachment?, Attachment & Human Development, 15:5-6, 583-602

Bruner, J. S. (1996) The Culture of Education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University

Cortina M. & Liotti G. (2010). ‘Attachment is about safety and protection, Intersubjectivity is about sharing and social understanding: The relationships between Attachment and intersubjectivity’. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 27(4), 410-441

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

Meins, E., Muñoz-Centifanti, L. C., Fernyhough, C., & Fishburn, S. (2013). Maternal mind-mindedness and children’s behavioral difficulties: Mitigating the impact of low socioeconomic status. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 41, 543-553.

Research evidence

Barlow,J., Semby, S. Underdown, A. (2016) A community project: Using VIG with families whose babies were born less than 32 weeks gestation Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology

Chakkalackal Rosan Stavros (2017) through each others eyes an evaluationof VIG MHF London.pdf

Colonnesi,C., Wissink, I, Noom, M.,Assher,M.,Stams, G.,Polderman, N. Kallaert-Knol, M. (2013) “Basic Trust: An Attachment-Oriented Intervention Based on Mind-Mindedness in Adoptive Families”
Research on Social Work Practice DOI: 10.1177/1049731512469301

Fukkink, R. and Tavecchio, L. (2010) ‘Effects of Video Interaction Guidance on early childhood teachers’. Teaching and Teacher Education , 26 (8), 1652-9.

Fukkink, R.G. (2008). Video feedback in the widescreen: A meta-analysis of family programs. Clinical Psychology Review 28(6), 904-916.

Kristensen et al. 2017. Video feedback, relations between infants and vulnerable mothers, a quasi-experimental study.pdf

Hoffenkamp, H.N., Tooten, A., Hall, R.A.S., Braeken, J., Eliens, M., Vingerhoets, A.J.J.M., & Bakel, H.J.A. van (2015). Effectiveness of hospital-based video interaction guidance on parental interactive behavior, bonding, and stress after preterm birth: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

Høivik , M., Lydersen, S., Drugli, M., Onsøien, R., Hansen, M. Berg-Neilson, T.
(2015) Video feedback compared to treatment as usual in families with parent–child interactions problems: a randomized controlled trial
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health 9:3

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

Moss E. et al ( 2011) Efficacy of a home-visiting intervention aimed at improving maternal sensitivity, child attachment, and behavioral outcomes for maltreated children: A randomized control trial Development and Psychopathology 23 (2011), 195–210

NICE (2012) NICE Guidelines: Social and Emotional Wellbeing, online at: accessed 03/07/16

NICE (2015) NICE Guidelines: Children’s attachment: attachment in children and young people who are adopted from care, in care or at high risk of going into care online at: accessed 03/07/16