Hangout Panel - LARPing as a form of therapy, Wed March 26, 6:00 pm Pacific

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edited March 2014 in Geek & Sundry Discussion

Please join the Google Hangout broadcast with the panel on the uses of Role-playing and Live-Action Role-playing for therapeutic benefit.

Join the discussion with the panel regarding the therapeutic uses of
role-playing gaming, especially LARP (Live-Action Role-Playing).
Featuring Dr. Sarah Bowman, Hawke Robinson, Chris Shell, and Jamie
Metzger, hosted by Kristin Brumley. Additional details below...                 

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If you have questions you would like addressed during the broadcast, please post them here before the show to allow time to prepare comprehensive answers.

Hope you can make it to the broadcast!

View broadcast on Youtube at:

Hosted by Kristin Brumley of "Stay in Character" -


Panel Guests include:

* Dr Sarah Bowman - Adjunct Professor of English and Communications, published author of "The Functions of Role-playing Games: How Participants Create Community, Solve Problems, and Explore Identity" -

* Hawke Robinson - Founder of the RPG Research Project -

* Chris Shell - "Cheaper than a psychologist"

* Jamie Metzger - Costume Designer


Broadcast Google Hangout Panel: LARPing as form of Therapy, I am on panel, please join! Wed. March 26 6:00 pm Pacific -

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RPG Research
Studies on the therapeutic aspects of role-playing games, from cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, recreation therapy, and cognitive-neuroscience perspectives.


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