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s‍‍‍afety for everyb‍‍‍ody

what do you need to feel safe when discussing sex and relationships?






playnice operates from Gawler to Goolwa

work outside of the region can be negotiated


‍‍‍playnice staff have current Department of Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) clearance to work with children or people living with a disability and have completed their Child Safe Environments & Responding to Abuse and Neglect training

please feel free to bring a support person

when discussing sex and relationships we recognise that privacy is not only essential to emotional safety but cultural and physical safety too

we believe big trust is made when lots of little trusts are kept

we also believe that silence can place vulnerable members of our community in danger

while we maintain the upmost confidentiality there are limits to this...

your information will not be shared with other parties unless required by law, for example, notification of child abuse to appropriate authorities

safety is central to playnice - physical, emotional and cultural safety...

freedom from shame, ‍‍‍fear and guilt

ok to be comfortable

ok to be uncomfortable

ok to say no or pass at anytime

ok to ask questions

ok to not know answers (for you, but it's kinda my job!)

ok to ask for clarification or more information

ok to talk openly and honestly about sex and relationships

playnice is a violence free zone

....what are your rules ?

...for more info‍‍‍rmation about your privacy please‍‍‍ click here