On the following pages you can learn about Video Interaction GuidanceTM, how it works and how effective it is.
There is information about AVIGuk, the organisation that regulates standards in the quality of video interaction guidance in the UK.
Information is provided about how to get started with an introductory training course and our directory can be used to contact members of the association close to you who have been accredited to provide training.
You can learn about the variety of uses to which VIG can be put, but first, take a look at a film produced by Kent Educational Psychology Service which describes its use as a tool for family work.
Video Interaction GuidanceTM is an intervention through which a practitioner uses video clips of authentic situations to enhance communication within relationships. It works by engaging clients actively in a process of change towards realizing their own hopes for a better future in their relationships with others who are important to them. The following film shows how it works in practice.
Training in VIG is carried out by registered supervisors. The next ten up-coming course are listed below. For the full list, see our training page.