Professional Development

Vikki Reynolds: Grief And Loss: Responding to the Darkness in Our Work for LEAD Members only! [EVENT FULL]

LEAD Professional Development Association is proud to bring this unique opportunity to our Members. Join Vikki as she explores the context of our work and wraps a sustainable framework of solidarity to community workers everywhere.

This is the ‘MUST DO’ zoom event of the year! EXTRA SPECIAL OFFER: A free copy of Vikki’s recent publication: “Justice-Doing at the Intersections of Power” for the FIRST TEN MEMBERS WHO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT!

Who should attend this workshop?

LEAD Affiliate Members Only


Vikki Reynolds (PhD RCC) is the Therapeutic Supervisor at Peak House, and is humbled and honoured to have been connected there for 23 years! Vikki is an activist/ therapist who works to bridge the worlds of social justice activism with community work and therapy. Vikki is a white settler on the territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Musqueam nations. Vikki’s people are Irish, Newfoundland and English folks, and she is a heterosexual woman with cisgender privilege. Her experience includes supervision and therapy with peers and other workers responding to the opioid catastrophe, refugees and survivors of torture – including Indigenous people who have survived residential schools and other state violence, sexualized violence counsellors, mental health and substance misuse counsellors, housing and shelter workers, activists and working alongside gender and sexually diverse communities. Vikki is an Adjunct Professor and has written and presented internationally.

To participate in this event you must have access to a PC with video capabilities and a reliable internet connection.


This is a special event for Members of LEAD Professional Development. EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: Register and pay before 30/10/20 and pay only $75.00 + GST Registration Price after 30/10/20 will be $95.00 + GST SAVE $$$$: REGISTER NOW!


More Information

LEAD, ph (02) 9620 6172 or email

Code: MT2175

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Online Workshop


Friday 27 November 2020


9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Online Workshop


Online via Zoom


  • Member: $95 + GST

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