Video Interaction Guidance is a specific form of therapeutic support which uses video to highlight strengths within parent-child relationships and analyse exactly how attuned contact between parents and children is brought about.
VIG is a strengths-based way of working, videos are not taken of things that were done wrong, but things that were done well and how this was achieved. Research shows that it is
particularly effective in working with any form of relationship difficulty between parent and child, as well as with children who are hard to reach for reasons such as learning difficulties, autism, etc.
TTC’s VIG practitioners are all fully trained and qualified Child Psychotherapists who then go on to do a specific further training in VIG.