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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The Guild, a Documentary Inspired by Our Work with D&D and Autism!

We received an email from Ben Collier, who had been inspired by our work using Dungeons and Dragons to help teens with autism diagnoses build social skills and reduce isolation. After hearing about our groups, he filmed a documentary short about a group in Buckinghamshire, England that shows the amazing power of role-playing games to […]

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Playing Dungeons and Dragons and other Role-Playing Games with Kids [ Panel at PAX West]

One of our panels at this year’s PAX West convention was about playing role-playing games, including Dungeons and Dragons, with kids.  We were joined on this panel by Ethan “Mr. E.” Schoonover, who runs a D&D after school program at Lake Washington Girls Middle School While on the panel, we discuss several important topics when […]

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We’re now officially a 501(c)(3)!

We just received word this weekend that we’ve been given 501(c)(3) status!  We’ve been looking forward to this day since we formed in April of last year.  Game to Grow is now officially recognized for the community-enriching and therapeutic work we do with games of all kinds, and now we’re looking forward to all  we […]

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We’re in our new space!

We’ve been working hard getting our new office set up.  We’ve moved our main headquarters from South Seattle, which was the home of Wheelhouse Workshop, to Kirkland, the new home of Game to Grow.  It is very important to us that we set up our new office with a focus on the long term.  Our […]

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