This is a special interview that I conducted with my kiddo! He’s almost 5 years old at the time of the interview, and he shares here some of his favorite game characters, what he thinks TTRPGkids is, and gives advice for anyone else wanting to play a TTRPG!
I got to chat with Jack Berkenstock, Executive Director of The Bodhana Group, about TTRPGs and therapeutics, how The Bodhana Group started and grew, and about turning George Wendt (the actor who played Norm from Cheers) into a wizard. Check out our interview here!
Dr. Megan Connell is a psychologist, author of Tabletop Role-Playing Therapy, member of Leyline Geek Therapeutics, co-founder of HealthQuest and Geeks Like Us, host of Psycology at the Table and Brain Noodles Podcast, and GM for Clinical Role! She shares her XP and lessons learned as she tells us about how she uses TTRPGs for therapeutics and her tips for clinicians looking to start using applied TTRPGs.
Katie Lear is an experienced child counselor and therapist who combined her profession with her childhood love of theater and newfound love of TTRPGs to create Young Dragonslayers, an online D&D group for kids! Find out more about her XP, advice, and awesome work with Young Dragonslayers here!
I got to sit down with Garrett to talk about how he uses TTRPGs in the classroom to teach Gilgamesh and about the awesome Two25Games tools that are helping students (and everyone else) to build amazing worlds and stories!
I had the wonderful opportunity to sit down with Scotty, host and creator of The Imagine Neighborhood podcast! We talked about how storytelling helps us to cover some big topics in ways that make them approachable, what The Imagine Neighborhood is, and Scotty’s XP with tabletop RPGs!
I interviewed Maryanne Cullinan, also known as Culliope, about her experiences using tabletop RPGs with middle schoolers and the research she’s doing on applied educational tabletop RPGs!
Alicia from Geek Therapeutics tells us about the organizations goals, classes, and awesome books AND gives a special reveal of Geek Therapeutics’ latest world first in TTRPGs!
I interviewed Sam about his TTRPG background and how he’s used applied RPGs in Games Unbound, an organization dedicated to bringing fun and inclusive tabletop RPGs to kids and teens!
I had the pleasure to chat with Peter about his background in applied RPGs, especially with autistic youth, and his new game, Caravan Endures! We talk about helping your players grow, gentle fantasy RPGs, and so much more.