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Looking at the Darkness in Our Work: Understanding Our Responses to Loss and Hardships from a Place of Dignity and Hope
May 17 @ 8:45 am - 4:00 pm
Community workers “show up and do the hard stuff” every day. In this experiential workshop, Vikki will explore how we respond to the hardships and loss within our work.
We will strategise responses that support the worker and our clients, while honouring our humanity and fostering cultures of hope.
Who should attend this workshop?
This special workshop is open to Members Only. To learn more about being a training member please click here.
We encourage all workers in social, community, health, education, family, youth and children’s services to attend this event.
Vikki has a deep commitment to social justice and her work is based on an anti-oppression and decolonizing framework. She plays a leading role in building communities in a spirit of solidarity, putting ethics at the forefront.
Vikki Reynolds is a Consultant, Instructor and Supervisor specializing in Team Development, Resisting Burnout and Organizational Change. Her work addresses Addiction, Substance Misuse, Diversity, Homelessness, Trauma and Violence.
As a Clinical Supervisor and Therapeutic Supervisor Vikki is informed by narrative therapy and collaborative therapy, and provides individual and group Clinical Supervision to therapists and community workers.
Members Only: $55 – Morning tea and lunch provided. Please advise of special dietary needs, or other needs when you register online.
Vicki Wilde, ph 9620 6172 or email firstname.lastname@example.org