How Table Top Games Like D&D Can Be Therapeutic to Players
A primary goal in therapy is finding a way to connect to your therapist/client and develop a communication framework that fosters growth through evidence-based interventions. Ideally, interventions should also be client-friendly, enjoyable and cathartic. Geeks Like Us (@G33kslikeus), Take This (@TakeThis) and Game To Grow (@GameToGrow) discuss how Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) is inherently that, and how they utilize it through “therapeutic dungeon mastering” (DMing) in group therapy to improve social skills in children and adolescents. For more, please Click Here to read Lisa Granshaw’s (@LisaGranshaw) full article on SyFy!
@GameToGrow, @Takethis, @DrRKelly, @MeganPsyD