Listen to founder Adam Davis on Inverse Genius Podcast (Round 2!)

I had the opportunity to join Kathleen Mercury again on her podcast Inverse Genius: Games in Schools and Libraries to talk about Game to Grow’s work using tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons in therapeutic social skills groups, and also announce the fantastic expansion of our training program! Listen on the podcast website, itunes, […]

Connect with us at PAX Online! 

One of our favorite things to do is connect in person with fellow gamers, educators, and mental health professionals at conventions and conferences throughout the year. This year, we’re learning to connect in new ways, and have discovered several benefits that come from connecting with others from one’s couch. These include, but are not limited […]

[Webinar] Therapeutic GM Q+A: Taking TTRPGs Online

We’ve received so many great questions about best practices for taking therapeutic TTRPGs online, we’re creating a Therapeutic GM Q+A specifically focused on the topic! In this Q+A you will have the opportunity to ask seasoned therapeutic GMs Adam Davis, MA Ed, and Michael More, MSc questions about running therapeutic TTRPGs online and receive in-depth […]

How Dungeons and Dragons Somehow Became More Popular Than Ever

A recent Washington Post article, How Dungeons and Dragons Somehow Became More Popular than Ever, explores the sudden resurgence of Dungeons and Dragons and other role-playing games in popular culture. Adam Johns and I have been using role-playing games for eight years to help kids build social skills, and have seen so much change in that […]