We had the pleasure of having a phone interview last week with Stephen Nettnin over at d-infinity, where we talked about how we started Wheelhouse Workshop, how we run our groups, and our goals for the future (we have some exciting things in the pipes!). Stephen was a great interviewer, and if you are a tabletop enthusiast and haven’t checked out d-infinity yet, they have a lot of great resources.
Here’s the intro:
For so many of us, tabletop RPGs provide a much needed outlet to help us us to flex our creativity and share experiences with friends. Gaming is a therapeutic experience that we can all experience together. Realizing the positive impact gaming could have on young people struggling with social development, Adam Davis and Adam Johns of Seattle Washington started Wheelhouse Workshop to help young gamers work through issues and develop social skills. Adam and Adam are therapists who, over the last two years, have have created a place where young gamers can feel supported and make lasting friendships. Wheelhouse workshop is really having a positive impact on the community, and I spoke with Adam and Adam to learn more.
Continue reading on d-infinity!