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 […]
Listen in as Game to Grow’s Director of Counseling Services, Dr. Jared Kilmer, joins Dr. Courtney McDonnell and host Carrie Schmitt to on “Making Sense: Sensory Health Podcast Series from STAR Institute.” They discuss ways in which the psychological assessment process can be neurodiversity affirming.
I recently had the opportunity to appear with Laurie Hardie on several local Seattle radio stations! What a fun treat to be on Movin92.5, a radio station I used to listen to on my commutes to my old teaching job years ago, and now I could be interviewed and talk about Game to Grow’s therapeutic […]
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 […]
I received a last-minute invite to join Filip Francke, CEO of Ravensburger North America and Claire Donaldson, a freelance illustrator, on Bill Radke’s show The Record on KUOW, Seattle’s local NPR station. We discussed board games, their recent rise in importance in society (especially in Seattle), and how Game to Grow uses them in therapeutic […]
Adam Johns and I were invited to KUOW last month to be interviewed on the Sound Q’s podcast to answer the question, “Why is Seattle so Geeky?” The episode explores the prevalence of Dungeons and Dragons in the Seattle area, and we had the opportunity to discuss how we use the game in our therapeutic […]