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Conference Programme

8.30

Registration and Coffee

9.00

9.05

Caroline White and Hilary Kennedy - Introduction

Martin Carey -  VIG in a Pre-school Early Intervention Service

 

9.30

Kim Dowsett and Jenny Jarvis    - VIG in the early years: the effect on the family and the practitioner

 

10.15

Jane Barlow  -  Why VIG?

 

10.45

Jonathan Delafield-Butt   -  Embodied Meaning Making: from the origins of intentions to shared meaning-making

 

11.30

TEA/COFFEE

 

12.00

WORKSHOPS

Penny Rackett and Marij Eliens

 

Angela Underdown and Aoefi Twohig

 

Heather McLean and Clare  Lancaster

 

Sophie Kershaw Hardey Barnett and Alexandra Marinou

 

Sandra Strathie Marie Robertson, Deb Holmes and Anita Heyes

Workshop Title

Using VIG in the perinatal period with high risk families: projects from the Netherlands and the UK.

Using Video Interaction Guidance with Families with Pre-term Babies.

New Families:

VIG in adoption / fostering/ kinship carers in Glasgow

VIG in the Family Drug and Alcohol Court: Developing VIG in assessment as well as intervention

 

Safeguarding Children:  How does VIG contribute?

 

 

1.00

 

LUNCH

 

2.00

WORKSHOPS

Sylvia Reyes and Jenny Jarvis and Felicity de Zulueta

 

Monica Celebi

Maddie Marczak and Francesca Nolan

Debbie Hunter and Ann Hockaday

Kevin Ball and Stavros Stavrou

Workshop Title

Using VIG with the JUCONI approach to reduce violence in families in Ecuador

Integrating VIG and Watch Wait Wonder in Parent Infant Groups



Getting VIG established as an intervention in the perinatal period: Initial multi-agency reflections of the benefits and challenges of this process

 

Video Interaction Guidance as an Intervention for Parents with Learning Disabilities

Reflections on VIG training journey in two London NHS Parent Infant Projects

3.00

TEA/COFFEE

 

3.30

Hedwig van Bakel  and Marij Eliens  - VIG in families with pre-term babies : Research and Practice

 

4.30

Chris Cuthbert -   Reflections on VIG within the NSPCC now, on this conference and in the future

 

4.50

Hilary Kennedy   - Concluding remarks