“Using Tabletop Games to Help People”: Game to Grow on Wired.com

We’re wired up! Game to Grow was recently featured in the article “How Therapists Are Using Tabletop Games to Help People”! Wired interviewed Adam Davis about the use of tabletop roleplay games in a therapeutic space: “A lot of therapists and educators speak the languages of gamers and therapists, or the language of educators, but […]

“More Than Dice and Magic”: Game to Grow on LX News

Check us out! LX News interviewed Adam Davis about the impact of Dungeons & Dragons on mental health: For Some D&D Players, Tabletop Roleplaying Is More Than Dice and Magic – It’s a ‘Sanity Saving’ Mental Health Boost Alongside some well-known D&D names, Adam shares what he’s observed. “At the end of the day, the […]

How Did You Get That Job?! Games and Nonprofit Edition [Pax West 2022 Panel]

Are you interested in the nonprofit gaming industry? Learn more from these Pax West panelists by watching “How Did You Get That Job?! Games and Nonprofit Edition,” originally presented Saturday, September 3rd, 2022. Panel description: Are you interested in working in the gaming industry? Always thought a nonprofit might be a good fit but not […]

Managing Anxiety and Imposter Syndrome for Streamers [Pax West 2022 Panel]

We were so excited to talk about “Managing Anxiety and Imposter Syndrome for Streamers” at Pax West! If you missed us, you can watch the recording of the panel, originally presented Monday, September 5th, 2022. Panel description: Many streamers have an on-screen presentation that, while part of who they are, doesn’t tell the whole story […]

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Tales from the Real-World Table: Trust, Exercised

Here’s a Tale from Adam Johns: “Trust, Exercised” At my table, it was recently revealed that one of the characters kept hidden crucial information that could have been used to help prevent a terrible disaster. The character who kept the information brought up how they don’t trust the rest of the group and are only […]

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A warm welcome to our new Group Facilitators!

Introducing… the newest members of our Game to Grow team! We are thrilled to welcome Ellie, Tommy, Tyler, and Teri as Group Facilitators at Game to Grow. They bring a range of backgrounds, experiences, and passion to our community, including previous experience in fields of medicine, communications, education, and therapy! Visit our Game to Grow […]