Vikki works from a Decolonizing and Justice-Doing framework. She works as a Consultant, Facilitator and Supervisor in Team Development, Resisting Burnout and Sustainability, ‘Trauma’ and Witnessing Resistance to Violence and Oppression, and a Supervision of Solidarity.
Vikki’s experience includes Consulting, Training and Clinical Supervision with refugees and survivors of torture- including Indigenous survivors of state violence in Canada, mental health and substance abuse counsellors, rape crisis counsellors, frontline and housing workers and transgender and queer communities. She has developed curriculum and taught Group Work, Trauma, Ethics, Supervision and Diversity courses at Vancouver Community College, Adler University and the University of British Columbia. She received the Dean’s Award for Distinguished Instructor from City University. Vikki has presented her work internationally in Australia, New Zealand, Hungary, England, Scotland, Wales, Greece, Belgium, Sweden, the USA, and Ireland.
As a Clinical Supervisor and Therapeutic Supervisor Vikki is informed by narrative and collaborative therapy, and provides individual and group Clinical Supervision to therapists and community workers.
Keynote Address AFT Conference 2021 – Response Written by Eleanor Anderson and Mark Chidgey in Context 179 February 2022
Comments on 2021 conference keynote in The Advocate: Alberta College of Social Workers journal
Profile article from B.C. Association of Clinical Counsellors’ Insights Magazine
Article from The Advocate – Alberta College of Social Workers
Alumni Feature from Adler University