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date: 30 November 2021

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This chapter considers video feedback as an intervention strategy for managing parent-child coercion dynamics and associated child behavior problems during the early childhood period. It begins with a discussion of parent-child interactions and the coercive interpersonal dynamic between children and their parents. It then reviews the evidence base for the effectiveness of various interventions in early childhood, together with the theoretical and empirical rationale for videotaped feedback interventions. It also examines caregivers’ relational schemas in the context of parent-child interactions before concluding with an explanation of how to deliver video feedback interventions effectively. The Family Check-Up program is used to illustrate the way in which a brief video feedback intervention can be integrated within existing family-focused intervention protocols.

Keywords: video feedback, coercion dynamics, child behavior problem, early childhood, parent-child interaction, child, parent, intervention, caregiver, relational schema

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