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using video in parent and infant psychotherapy

The use of videoing in parent-infant psychotherapy

Monday 19th October

The use of videoing in parent-infant psychotherapy
Hilary Wright

This presentation will look at how video work can be used when working with mothers and babies of up to two years old where there are difficulties in attachment. Sometimes when a parent can look at the detail of their interaction with their baby on video they can begin to have some different ideas about their baby and themselves. OXPIP clinicians have been trained in VIG (Video Interaction Guidance) and this method focuses on looking at the positive and building on what works well between parents and their babies.

About the Speaker

Hilary Wright is a Senior Parent-Infant Psychotherapist working for OXPIP – the Oxford Parent Infant Project. She is also co-chair of Pegasus Child Psychotherapy, a group of independent psychotherapists in Oxfordshire and beyond, who are members of the Association of Child Psychotherapists. She trained at the Tavistock Centre in London whilst working for the NHS in CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) and specialist CAMHS teams, and she recently completed her professional doctorate in child and adolescent psychoanalytic psychotherapy.

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