Game to Grow trainee featured for amazing work with veterans

Psychologists Allison Battle and Thomas Quinlan were recently featured in the Star Tribune for their use of Dungeons and Dragons at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center. “We are hiding therapy with a spoonful of sugar,” Battles said. “It makes therapy fun and shows that growth, recovery and healing doesn’t always have to be focused on […]

Games Build Social-Emotional Skills

When was the last time you played a game? Gaming is good for emotional health, especially for kids! U.S. News and World Report’s article, “How Games Can Build Your Child’s Social-Emotional Skills“, is all about the connection between gaming and social-emotional learning: “The goal of SEL is to teach kids and teens non-academic skills like […]

“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 […]