(enhanced) RPG as Therapy Presentation at Seattle Children's Hospital WSTRA Con 16 (fixed a/v))





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Published on Apr 16, 2015

I was able to present at this year's 16th annual Washington State Therapeutic Recreation Association Conference. The topic title "Therapeutic and educational uses of role-playing games (RPG) as intervention modalities for individuals and groups from the Therapeutic Recreation perspective."

This is the improved version that has the sound fixed, and the slideshow integrated into the video. I will be working on the closed captioning over time.
More details about this presentation can be found here:

The PDF version of the slideshow is available here (with errors not yet cleaned up, 53.5 MB).

This was my first presentation of this topic to TR professionals. I definitely need to polish the slideshow and improve the timing, but overall I think it went well.
Attendance was much better than expected, there were around 70 attendees to the whole conference, and the time slot in the larger auditorium was a presentation on children and disabilities, but somehow 35 people decided to attend my presentation, about filling the room to capacity. (Yay!). A very pleasant surprise.

I apologize for any mistakes made, and welcome extras eyes and ears to catch any errors so I can correct them for future presentations.

I hope everyone finds this a useful presentation.


-Hawke Robinson

Research studies on the educational and therapeutic aspects of participation in role-playing games.


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