The authors added sessions of videotape feedback to a treatment program for hyperkinetic children that originally also employed chemotherapy and parental group counseling. Parent-child interactions were videotaped and immediately replayed to the parents and therapists alone. During these sessions, the parents, who acted as surrogate therapists, pinpointed problem behaviors in themselves or in the child that needed work. Not only were the parents receptive, but the results in correcting socially maladaptive patterns in the children were dramatic. The authors present three case reports to illustrate their success.