Satisfying and effective interaction lies at the heart of all successful relationships whatever the context: families, education, health, social work, care, and business. We specialise in the development of relationships using Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) and Video Enhanced Reflective Practice (VERP). VIG is an evidence based approach to the development, sustainability and repair of satisfying and effective relationships.
Members of SeeChange work across Scotland and also beyond. All belong to the Association for Video Interaction Guidance UK. and practise under its quality control procedures. For more information on VIG, visit videointeractionguidance.net
National Supervisor and Trainer in Video Interaction Guidance and VERP (AVIGuk). Senior Educational Psychologist Background and past member of the Video Enhanced Reflection on Communication Centre, University of Dundee, and Co-ordinator of Dundee VIG Project.
National Supervisor and Trainer in Video Interaction Guidance. Professional background is in the practice of Educational Psychology in local authority and university settings. In both roles, using and supervising VIG for a decade. Now an independent practitioner, providing VIG supervision for practitioners in education and child-care.
Advanced Supervisor and Trainer in Video Interaction Guidance and VERP (AVIGuk) . Set up a VIG project in Cornwall which is now a dedicated VIG service . Previously an Educational psychologist in both Scotland and England.
Dr Cyril Hellier
National Supervisor and Trainer in Video Interaction Guidance and Video Enhanced Reflective Practice; Background of Principal Psychologist, National Development Officer with the Scottish Government - extensive experience in applying video reflection to personal and team development within and across organisations.
National supervisor and trainer (AVIGuk) for VIG, VERP and Video FeedForward. Educational psychologist; former lecturer on MScEdPsy (University of Dundee) and preschool home visiting teacher. Co-editor of Video Interaction Guidance (JKP 2011) and, Video Enhanced Reflective Practice (2015); editor of the SDEP journal Educational Psychology in Scotland’s special edition on VIG.
Dr Laura McDonald
Supervisor and Trainer in Video Interaction Guidance and Video Enhanced Reflective Practice. Senior Educational Psychologist working for a local authority and having previously worked as a primary teacher. Has used VIG extensively in practice for over a decade and has a wide range of experience offering training and consultation to other professionals and agencies.