Founded in 2013, Wheelhouse Workshop’s mission is to help youths in the greater Seattle area build social skills through the intentional and targeted use of tabletop role-playing games. Every group we run has no more than five players per facilitator in order to make sure each player gets the focus and attention they need to build real-world skills.
For more information about us, check out our origin story on our blog.
Who We Are
Adam Johns – MA LMFT
Adam Johns earned his Master’s degree in couple and family therapy at Antioch University after earning his Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Arizona. In addition to his work with Wheelhouse Workshop, Adam is a therapist in private practice. Adam Johns has been playing tabletop role-playing games for 20 years, and is very involved in the geek community. He also volunteers with Take This.
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Adam Davis – MEd
Adam Davis 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 Wheelhouse Workshop. Adam is a contributing author to The Walking Dead Psychology, and has also served as a public school teacher for Seattle Public Schools.
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