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2010 Events




Yaletown Family Therapy

Yaletown School for Narrative Therapy

Level One - 7 Day Narrative Therapy Practice Certificate Course

October 15-17 and November 12-14 2010

Information and Registration



BC Society of Transition Houses

Annual Conference Training – Pathways to Service Excellence  October 21-22 2010

Keynote Address: "Here we are Amazingly Alive": Holding onto our ethics and each other working in contexts that lack social justice

How can we stay fully alive in our difficult work alongside women who suffer violence, oppression and marginalization? How can we do this difficult work in ways that are in accord with our collective ethics for social justice? How can we keep on keeping on in times of "scarcity" amidst abundance - especially in the present and future climate where the "scarcity of resources" will set us against each other. Vikki will reflect on how to care for ourselves collectively, attending to the political realities that shape our decisions, and holding to our ethics to reshape the political context. Our collective aim is to act in solidarity with each other, holding the women we work and struggle alongside at the centre.




Toronto International Summer School of Narrative Practice  on Friday July 9, 2010- 2:00 to 4:00.

Doing Justice and the Insider-Knowledge of Shelter Folk




TC9 – Therapeutic Conversations Conference on Saturday, May 8th, 2010 – hosted by the Vancouver School for Narrative Therapy.

For more information about Vikki’s workshop Doing Justice: the Power of Resistance, Witnessing, and Solidarity in Community Work

To register or for more conference info, visit the TC9 website.


Vancouver Coastal Health

Prism Alcohol and Drug Services

Group Work with Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Two Spirit and Queer people: Structuring Safety & Being of Use

March 18th and 30th 2010 from 8:30- 4:30

VCC downtown campus, 250 W. Pender St.


University of Victoria Social Justice Studies


Activism and Solidarity: The Role of Activists in Academia, Ally Work, and Direct Action

Strong Building, Room C116, 7:30 pm January 19, 2010

Excerpt from talk (on Youtube)


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Vikki Reynolds, PhD, RCC
Consultation – Instruction – Supervision

"You must understand . . . I am ordinary. Painfully ordinary. This is not modesty. This is fact.
Maybe you're ordinary, too. If so, I honor your ordinariness, your humanness, your spirituality. I hope you will honor mine. That ordinariness is our bond, you and I. We are ordinary. We are human.
The Creator made us this way. Imperfect. Inadequate. Ordinary. . .  
We are not supposed to be perfect. We're supposed to be useful."

- leonard peltier