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Vikki facilitates workshops, leads training sessions and delivers keynote speeches to audiences and groups with an interest in transforming community work.

Workshop topics include, but are not limited to:

  1. Structuring Safety and Being of Use in Group Work with Trans, Queer and Two Spirited Persons’
  2. Witnessing Resistance in work with Survivors of Political Violence
  3. Collaborative Practice:  Ethics, Safety and Consistency

Keynote Speeches have address topics such as:

  1. The Role of Activist in the University and The Role of the University in Activism
  2. An Ethical Positioning for Doing Justice in Community Work
  3. ‘Doing Justice’:  The Power of Resistance, Witnessing and Solidarity in Community Work

If you’d like to invite Vikki to give a workshop or present a keynote address, please write to








Family and Community Services NSW

New South Wales, Australia

Practice Conference 7 - 8 September 2016



Center for Response Based Practice


Center for Response Based Practice



University of Calgary


Faculty of

Social Work


"Zone of Fabulousness" Q & A with Vikki Reynolds





Radical Therapist Podcast #15:

Activism in Therapy: An Ethic of Witnessing w/ Vikki Reynolds, PhD - February 14, 2016


Friday afternoons at Dulwich Centre

Relocating the problem of disability: Norm Kunc, Emma Van der Klift, Vikki Reynolds and Aaron Munro - September 2015

This video explores the intersection of Critical Disability Theory with the principles of Narrative Practice. Norman Kunc & Emma Van der Klift are narrative practitioners who have disabilities; Norman has  cerebral palsy and Emma is Autistic.  In a conversation with Vikki Reynolds and Aaron Munro, Emma and Norman provide two insider perspectives that can help narrative practitioners understand the importance and the process of “relocating the problem of disability.”


Social Justice Activism & Community Work: Tensions Points of Connection & Hopeful Scepticism

Keynote at Mind the Gap Conference 2015


Honouring Women's Resistance to Violence and Oppression

At Hoopla, A Women's Health Carnival organized by Positive Women's Network in partnership with WAVAW and Options for Sexual Health.  October 9, 2014

Transcript part one

Transcript part two




Under the Rainbow

Short documentary (12 mins) that highlights the root causes of queer and trans poverty in British Columbia. Directed by Dave Shortt and produced by the BC Poverty Reduction Coalition. It premiered at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival on August 20, 2014 and won the Gerry Brunet Memorial Award for best BC short film!





Jackie Wilgress (Manager FWT+DP) and Vikki Reynolds reflect on Vikki's training 'Justice Doing' .

Published on Oct 22, 2013

Resisting and transforming rape culture: An activist stance for therapeutic work with men who have used violence.

at Working With Men Who Use Violence ~ A Talking Circle,
Parramatta Australia
October 2013




Friday afternoons at Dulwich Centre

Justice doing in community work & therapy: from ‘burnout’ to solidarity

Video of talk posted November 29, 2012






Resisting burnout in feminist activism

Interview with Ariana Barer from the F Word on Vancouver’s Co-op Radio CFRO 102.7FM and podcasts

August 1, 2011



British Columbia Teachers' Federation


Our Social Justice Movement:
Inspiring schools and communities

Keynote address:

Being Imperfect Allies: Addressing power and being accountable


April 16, 2011


conversations with activists :: 2010 series

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



January 19, 2010