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Therapeutic Tabletop Role Playing

Therapeutic tabletop role-playing involves using role-playing games (RPGs) as a form of therapy or therapeutic intervention. In this approach, individuals participate in structured storytelling within the framework of a tabletop RPG game, such as Dungeons & Dragons.

Therapeutic RPG sessions are typically guided by a trained therapist who facilitates the game and helps participants explore various aspects of their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors through the characters they play and the situations they encounter in the game world. This form of therapy can help individuals develop social skills, problem-solving abilities, emotional regulation, and self-awareness, and more in a safe and supportive environment.

By immersing themselves in fictional narratives and assuming the roles of different characters, participants can explore and address real-life challenges, traumas, or issues they may be facing. The collaborative nature of tabletop RPGs also encourages teamwork, communication, and empathy among participants.

Alien RPG

In space, no one can hear you scream. This was the tagline for the 1979 film Alien, and it set the tone for what audiences could expect. Alien RPG is a heart-pounding, anxiety-inducing, fast-paced group meant to place you and your group in the world of Alien.

Monster of the Week

Have you ever wanted to know what it would be like to slay monsters with Buffy and her Scooby Game, hunt the unknown forces of the supernatural like the Winchesters, or be a part of a conspiracy hunting team with Mulder and Scully?

Tales from the Loop

"Tales from the Loop" is a tabletop role-playing game (RPG) set in an alternate 1980s where advanced technology exists alongside a nostalgic, rural landscape. In the game, players take on the roles of children or teenagers living in small towns near "The Loop," a mysterious underground facility where groundbreaking scientific research is conducted.
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Kids on Bikes

Stranger Things reminded us of what it was like to grow up in the 80s. "Kids on Bikes RPG" is a nostalgia-laced game, allowing players to feel what it is like stepping into their favorite '80s or '90s coming-of-age movie or TV show. It's all about small towns, big adventures, and the power of friendship.
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Have you ever wanted to direct your own slasher film? Do you ever watch horror movies and find yourself yelling at the screen trying to tell the survivors how stupid they are for running up the stairs instead of out the door? Do you ever side with the Killer in horror movies, critiquing their style and creativity?
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Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy where one or more therapists treat a small group of clients together as a group. This approach is used to treat a wide range of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, and interpersonal problems. Here are some key characteristics and benefits of group therapy:

1. Shared Experience: One of the main benefits of group therapy is the opportunity for participants to realize they are not alone in their struggles. Sharing experiences with others who have similar issues can provide support and decrease feelings of isolation.

2. Feedback and Interaction: Group members can offer each other feedback and support. Seeing how others handle similar problems can provide new perspectives and encourage positive changes in one’s own behavior.

3. Skill Development: Therapists often use group sessions to teach specific skills, such as stress management, communication, or coping strategies. Learning these skills in a group setting allows for practice and immediate feedback.

4. Diverse Perspectives: Group therapy brings together people from different backgrounds, providing a range of perspectives that can help individuals see their problems in a new light and find novel solutions.


We’ll teach you everything you need to jump right into the group. Your therapeutic game master will help you create your character in a session called, Session 0. This is an introductory session where players are introduced, characters are created, and rules are established. Feel free to brainstorm ideas and ask any questions during this initial session and throughout the group meetings. If you’re ever confused about the rules or just need a bit more understanding, just ask your game master—that’s what they’re here for! We’ve got a learn-as-you-go vibe, but if you like to get a head start, there are plenty of online resources to help you out. Plus, you’ll get some handy handouts on how to play your character at the individual session.

This can vary depending on the game, but each game will start with a session called Session 0 (Session Zero). Session 0 is an introductary session where players and the game master meet for the first time together to go over the game, rules, build characters, and discuss anything else needed to ensure fun, player comfortability, and emotional safety.