Subtitled “Professional Development through Attuned Interactions”, this book has been edited by Hilary Kennedy, Miriam Landor and Liz Todd.
The publishers say that:
“Video Enhanced Reflective Practice (VERP), an application of Video Interaction Guidance, supports individuals or groups to reflect on and develop their professional communication, teaching or therapeutic skills with their clients through shared review of moments of attuned interaction in video clips of their day-to-day practice.
This book brings together international researchers and practitioners from a range of professions to define VERP, present its theoretical basis and review the current research evidence.
Increasing in popularity, VERP is used as a reflective professional development tool for a wide range of professionals and employees, supporting them to analyse and reflect on moments of their effective interaction on video, in situ in the professional environment. The VERP approach is optimistic and empowering, focusing on strength and potential rather than problems or weaknesses …”
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