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I first heard about Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) in December 1996 when I attended a two-day introduction to this method of training given by Raymond Simpson and Hilary Kennedy, two psychologists who had brought VIG over to Scotland from the Netherlands, where it originated. The numbers of practitioners being trained in Britain has grown steadily and there are now about two hundred, using VIG in a variety of contexts.

I first heard about Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) in December 1996 when I attended a two-day introduction to this method of training given by Raymond Simpson and Hilary Kennedy, two psychologists who had brought VIG over to Scotland from the Netherlands, where it originated. The numbers of practitioners being trained in Britain has grown steadily and there are now about two hundred, using VIG in a variety of contexts.

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