Recent VIG publications in IMH area


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

Celebi, M. (2017)  Weaving the Cradle: Facilitating Groups to Promote Attunement and Bonding between Parents, Their Babies and Toddlers London:JKP


Kennedy,H., Feeley,F. & Kershaw, S.(2018) Why Video Interaction guidance in the Family Drug and Alcohol Court in Shaw, M and Bailey, S. Justice for children and Families : A developmental Perspective Cambridge: CUP



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:

Celebi, M., Cox, Hinde, Suppiah Taylor ( 2018) Once in a Lifetime videos IJBPE (international Journal of Birth and Parenting Education) Vol 6 Issue 1

Celebi, M, Carr-Hopkins, R, ( 2018) Video Interaction Guidance and the Family Courts, Seen and Heard Journal for NAGALRO, The Professional Association for Children's Guardians, Family Court Advisers and Independent Social Workers, Vol 27 (4) July 2018 

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

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

Gray, N. (2017) Better Start, Better Future Pilot Report –Step2 Early Intervention CAMHS Internal report : Hertfordshire

Kennedy, H. (2018) Video Interaction Guidance:promoting secure attachment and optimal development for children,parents and professionals JBPE, vol 4, issue 3

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 April 2017 DOI: 10.1177/1359104517704026

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

Hoffenkamp, H.N., Tooten, A., Hall, R.A.S., Braeken,J., Eliƫns, M.P.J. et al. (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, 83(2),416-429.

Hoivik, M.S., Lydersen, S., Drugli M.B., Onsoien,R., Hansen M.B. et al. (2015) Video feedback compared to treatment as usual in families with parent–child interactions problems: A randomized controlled trial. Child and Adolescent Psychiatryand Mental Health 9,3

Pardoe, R. (2016) Integrating VIG and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in Work with Parents and Infants The Association of Child Psychotherapy

Stuart, F. (2019) Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) in the Perinatal Period Perinatal Faculty Newsletter

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