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Sunday, January 10 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
+1 to Social Skills: The power of tabletop games to make us better people

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Adam Davis and Adam Johns founded Wheelhouse Workshop in order to help neurodiverse teenagers build social skills using role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. They founded this business based on the belief that tabletop games are not only good for developing social skills, but if facilitated intentionally, can be an amazing tool for personal growth. Come hear stories from behind the screen of a therapeutic game master and celebrate how the games we love can help us grow.

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Adam Davis, Med

Founder, Game Master, Wheelhouse Workshop
Adam Davis was an actor for many years, and trained as a teaching artist with the Seattle Children’s Theatre before founding Wheelhouse Workshop. He earned a Master’s degree in education with a focus in Drama Therapy from Antioch University Seattle, and is a recognized member of the North American Drama Therapy Association. He brings his vast experience and training working with youth and his decades of experience with role-playing games to... Read More →
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Adam Johns

founder, facilitator, game master, Wheelhouse Workshop LLC
I, along with Adam Davis, founded Wheelhouse Workshop, where we use tabletop games like Dungeons and Dragons to teach social skills to teens in the Seattle area.

Sunday January 10, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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