RPGs as a Tool for Growth: Emerald City Comicon 2019 Panel

Last weekend at Emerald City Comicon we presented two panels.  In the panel on Friday, titled Future Possible, we spoke about how RPGs like Dungeons and Dragons have the power to make the world a better place.  Ethan Schoonover joined Adam Davis and Adam Johns on the panel. Our second panel, Dungeons, Dragons, and Social […]

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Therapeutic Game Master Round Table | PAX South 2019 Panel

At PAX South this year, we presented a panel we’ve hosted at other conventions called Therapeutic Game Master Round Table.   Each time we host this panel we aim to highlight some of the leading minds in applied RPGs, with a special focus on someone local or semi-local to the area.  This year we had the […]

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Release the Minions: Introducing RPGs to Youth | PAX Unplugged 2018 Panel

At PAX Unplugged this year, we presented an updated version of our panel Release the Minions: Introducing RPG to Youth, with Ethan Schoonover.  We shared how to choose a game, introduce the game, and modify the game.  Enjoy!   Panel Description: We love RPGs and we love sharing our passion with others, but what do […]

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Roll for Healing: Therapeutic Game Master Round Table | PAX Unplugged 2018 Panel

This year at PAX Unplugged, Game to Grow presented a panel called Roll for Healing: Therapeutic Game Master Round Table.  We presented a similar panel at PAX West 2018 though this panel features some additional panelists who are using role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons in other parts of the country.  Enjoy!     Panel […]

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Collaborative Homebrew 101 featuring Scott Kurtz! | PAX Unplugged 2018 Panel

At PAX Unplugged, we presented a return of our panel Collaborative Homebrew 101: Cure for the Common Murder Hobo.  We’d presented this at PAX East and PAX South, but this time the panel featured Scott Kurtz from Table Titans! Table Titans has been a fantastic support for Game to Grow, offering us table space at […]

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Game to Grow Presenting at Pierce County Counselor’s Association about D&D for Social Development

Next weekend we’ll be presenting at the ICDL conference in Washington, DC, about role-playing games for therapeutic growth and Critical Core, and the following Friday we’ll be presenting at the Pierce County Counselor’s Association in a 90 minute presentation titled “Dungeons, Dragons, and Social Development: Roleplaying Games as a Tool for Growth.” The meeting will be […]

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