Video Interaction Guidance

Aberdeenshire EPS continues to develop the implementation of Video Interaction GuidanceTM (VIG).  Educational Psychologists trained in VIG use it as a tool to work with a variety of service users (e.g. children and young people, professionals) to improve positive interactions and communication. VIG involves analysing short clips of video in different social situations and provides opportunities for individuals to observe, analyse and reflect on their positive interactions with others. It is sometimes used for interactions between children/young people and adults, with either parents or professionals. It can also be used within pairs (or even groups) of adults.  When it is used by professionals to reflect on their own communication with service users it is usually referred to as Video Enhanced Reflective Practice (VERP) (or VIG for Professionals).  In both versions, the aim is to give individuals a chance to reflect on their interactions, drawing attention to elements that are successful, and supporting clients to make changes where desired.

                   

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