Adam Davis with Adam and Allysa Johns on The Next Session Podcast

Adam Davis was recently featured on the podcast The Next Session, hosted by Adam and Allysa Johns. They answer community questions and give advice to support your next tabletop role-playing game. They talk playing D&D in the 90s, struggle with celebrity names, and provide great insights on running your next TTRPG. The group gives advice […]

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Tabletop Role-Playing Provides Connection And Control In An Uncertain World

A recent article in Dicebreaker by Peter Ray Allison highlights the ways in which tabletop role-playing games have provided an important avenue for connection in the “loneliness epidemic” that has been highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic in the last year. Game to Grow founder Adam Davis was interviewed on the benefits that TTRPGs like Dungeons […]

Therapeutic Game Master Trainees are Loving the Game to Grow Method!

We just finished another level one Therapeutic Game Master Training for Mental Health Professionals last week, and the feedback has come in. Trainees are loving it! Below is just some of the feedback we’ve received, and this is only from the training last Friday! If you’re interested in learning how to bring this powerful intervention—the therapeutic […]

Role-Playing Games Can Give Your Mind a Mental Health Boost

In a recent article in National Geographic, author Liz Krieger shares some new revelations about how people are using tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons during the pandemic to maintain social connection. Game to Grow’s therapeutic social skills groups using tabletop role-playing games have seen an incredible increase in demand over the last year. […]

Game to Grow on Detentions and Dragons Podcast

Executive Director Adam Davis and Director of Education and Training Elizabeth Kilmer had the pleasure of being on the Detentions and Dragons podcast, discussing our therapeutic Dungeons and Dragons social skills groups with hosts Matt and Josh. We told stories from our therapeutic social skills groups, discussed the benefits of intentional gaming in educational settings, […]

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Listen to Dr. Elizabeth Kilmer on the Healthy Geek Academy Podcast!

Game to Grow’s  Director of Education and Training Dr. Elizabeth Kilmer was a guest on the Healthy Geek Academy podcast! She spoke with host Robyn about tips to find a good therapist, the importance of therapists understanding and respecting geek culture, and Game to Grow’s work using tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons in […]