if your topic isn’t on this list please contact us to discuss possibilities






playnice operates from Gawler to Goolwa

‍‍‍work outside of the region can be nego‍‍‍tiated

‍‍‍sex and relationship education programs for students, workers, organisations, business, social or sporting clubs

male workers in human services awareness of sex and gender based violence and unpacking what makes a “strong male role model”, negotiating our own trauma, privilege, accountability and doing it proud

negotiating professional boundaries what are the boundaries? how do your clients get to know what the boundaries are? laws and lore, codes of conduct and your cultural or personal rules –what is negotiable and what’s not? why friendly not friends, what is appropriate self-disclosure? negotiating multilayered relationships – living in the community you work with, peer workers, 1:1 and group crossover

sexual harassment in the workplace what does the law say? a human rights response, an organisational response, workplace health and safety and team building - we are all in this together, creating a culture of compassion and safety - supporting all staff to thrive

‍‍‍sex positive practice often sex and relationship education only tackles the negative consequences but it’s important to remember that sex can be a healthy, natural and healing part of life. unacknowledged and unchallenged attitudes to sex and relationships can affect our service provision, greatly impacting on the worker client relationship. you don’t have to be sexual to be sex positive – just support other people’s right to do their sex their way. sex positivity has a strong emphasis on ethics, negotiation and informed consent - essential concepts for us and our clients

relationship violence (domestic and family violence) violence hurts us all, relationship‍‍‍ violence is the largely unspoken shame of our community. this silence helps to protect perpetrators of violence and keep survivors as victims, isolated and vulnerable to further abuse. this is an intensely private issue which is a public crisis. what we can do about violence at an individual, family, organisational and community level -   from reviewing our own values, attitudes and behaviours to a whole community approach to addressing violence across our lifespan. what are your local resources?

if you or a client are experiencing relationship violence (past or present) please know that  

you are n‍‍‍ot alone, there is help available - please contact 1800 RESPECT or the      

Domestic Violence & Aboriginal Family Violence Gateway Service 1800 800 098

talking with your cli‍‍‍ents about sex and relationships duty of care, practice frameworks, the benefits of talking / the costs of not talking, age appropriate information, learning opportunities, strategies for minimising shame, fear and guilt. resources in the community

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education sessions can be 1:1, small or large groups

people under 18 require parent or carer permission to participate

sessions can be tailor made from the topics listed or contact playnice to discuss your request

time is negotiable - 1 hour, half or whole days, one off or weekly programs available

‍‍‍have your say...what other topics would you like to see?

Jackson Katz: Violence against women —‍‍‍it's a men's issue

this clip calls for action from people in positions of power

sector specific sex and relationship workshops  

alternative education (FLO), sup‍‍‍ported accomodation, coaches, disability, mental health and youth sectors