foundry10 + Game to Grow = TTRPG research win

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Game to Grow partnered with the Seattle-based education research organization, foundry10, to evaluate the social and emotional learning that occurs in our tabletop role-playing game (TTRPG) programs for youth. The white paper has been published, sharing research findings and actionable insights. Click on the link or image below to read: How […]

Dragon Talk interview with the Adams goes from podcast to page

Have you heard of Dragon Talk? It’s an official Dungeons & Dragons podcast. Each week, Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito sit down with guests from across gaming and pop culture to discuss Dungeons & Dragons. They recount their most memorable interviews in their new book, Dragon Talk: Inspiring Conversations about Dungeons & Dragons and the […]

“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 […]

Elliot’s Passion Project

When we speak about Game to Grow’s mission, we often hear from educators, therapists, or other professionals in the TTRPG space about the life-enriching benefits of tabletop role-playing games. Of course, the most important part of the equation is the players themselves! For his school’s “Passion Project,” Elliot Ticen takes a look at how immersive […]

“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 […]

New 3E Group for Empowerment, Empathy, and Exploration

  Most of our sessions at Game to Grow are around 90 minutes long. That’s a perfect length for our young participants. But as the years have gone on and Game to Grow has gotten older, we noticed something. Our players have gotten older too!   We’ve heard feedback from our players, some who have […]