How Dungeons and Dragons Somehow Became More Popular Than Ever

A recent Washington Post article, How Dungeons and Dragons Somehow Became More Popular than Ever, explores the sudden resurgence of Dungeons and Dragons and other role-playing games in popular culture. Adam Johns and I have been using role-playing games for eight years to help kids build social skills, and have seen so much change in that […]

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Looking back on 2018

2018 has been a great year! This year we provided game-based therapeutic services to around 40 kids each week across our five weekly social skills groups, and we hired and trained two new facilitators so that even more youth can receive services. Over the summer we offered game-based summer camps, incorporating craft and other enrichment activities, and led workshops instructing families […]

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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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