Your Support in case of violence
WHEN SPORT IS NO LONGER A SAFE SPACE
Independent point of contact for victims of sexualized, psychological and physical violence in sports
Mon, Wed, Fri 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Thu 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
The call is free of charge from the German mobile and landline network. You will be advised directly by a psychologist or lawyer without an appointment.
Write us directly or book your chat appointment!
Simply register with your nickname and password on our secure platform and send us a message. We also offer advise by appointment via chat or video call.
Book an appointment by calling: 030-220138710
or by writing: email@example.com
Our opening hours are Mon-Fri from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.. Counselling takes place on the premises of our office at Petersburger Str. 94/ Entrance B in 10247 Berlin.
YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED VIOLENCE
and don’t know who to talk to about it? Has someone hurt, shamed or insulted you?Do you feel alone with what you have experienced?
Then Contact us!
WE SUPPORT Anyone WHO HAs EXPERIENCED OR OBSERVED VIOLENCE IN SPORTS – amateur or elite (all ages).
OUR COUNSELLING PRINCIPLES
CENTERED ON THE AFFECTED PERSON
The person seeking advice decides what kind of support he/she wants. The counsellors provide empathetic, resource- and solution-oriented support.
Safe Sport e.V. ensures absolute confidentiality and anonymity.
All counselling activities are exclusively committed to the person seeking advice and are independent of third parties.
We are subject to confidentiality. Compliance with data protection regulations is guaranteed.
Your concern is important to us. We offer you a protected space where you can get support. A psychologist and/or a lawyer will advise you individually on your concerns. We will take you seriously and listen to you.
PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELLING OFFERS YOU
- Emotional relief and orientation
- Appreciation of mixed or difficult feelings
- Restoring psychological stability
- Uncovering existing resources
- Strengthening the competence to act
LEGAL COUNSELLING OFFERS YOU
- Legal classification of what you have experienced
- Awareness of a legally relevant boundary violation and/or an act of abuse
- Development of decision-making and scope of action
- Assessment of consequences of further legal steps
- Security through being informed