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[Webinar] Therapeutic GM Q+A: Therapeutic TTRPGs with Teens

  We’re back with another in-depth Q+A for therapeutic Game Masters, this time focused on best practices and strategies for running therapeutic TTRPGs with teens! In this Q+A you will have the opportunity to ask seasoned therapeutic GMs Adam Davis, MA Ed, and Elizabeth Kilmer, MS, LPA questions about running therapeutic TTRPGs with teens and […]

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Dungeons and Dragons at a Distance: A webinar about bringing RPG games online!

Just because we’re socially distancing doesn’t mean we can’t still connect meaningfully over our favorite RPG! This is a more important time than ever to share stories and laughter with friends, and online role-playing games may just be the perfect antidote to the isolation and loneliness so many of us experience. This webinar, the first […]

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Introducing the Ask the Experts webinar series, starting this weekend!

We’ve received some great feedback after previous webinars that you want to ask us mo re in-depth questions about running successful tabletop roleplaying games with children and adolescents. Enter our Ask the Experts series!  This series will allow us to answer your in-depth questions in real time. Sessions in the Ask the Experts series will […]

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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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