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Recurring Event Event Series: Resourceful Realms

Resourceful Realms (ages 12+)

August 11, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
August 11, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
December 1, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
March 23
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
July 13
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
November 2
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
August 18, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
December 8, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
March 30
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
July 20
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
November 9
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
May 5, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
August 25, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
December 15, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
April 6
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
July 27
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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November 16
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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May 12, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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September 1, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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December 22, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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April 13
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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August 3
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
November 23
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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May 19, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
September 8, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
December 29, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
April 20
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
August 10
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
November 30
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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May 26, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
September 15, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
January 5
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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April 27
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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August 17
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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December 7
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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June 2, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
September 22, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
January 12
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
May 4
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
August 24
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
December 14
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
June 9, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
September 29, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
January 19
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
May 11
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
August 31
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
December 21
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
June 16, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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October 6, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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January 26
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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May 18
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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September 7
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
December 28
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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June 23, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
October 13, 2022
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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February 2
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
May 25
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
September 14
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
June 30, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
October 20, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
February 9
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
June 1
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
September 21
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
July 7, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
October 27, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
February 16
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
June 8
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
September 28
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
July 14, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
November 3, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
February 23
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
June 15
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
October 5
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
July 21, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics
Resourceful Realms

A Therapeutic Role-Playing Game Experience

Cooperative tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons are a great way to cultivate interpersonal skills that are utilized in real life. Through gameplay, kids and adolescents are able to gain the skills needed for cooperation and collaboration. These groups aim to increase skills in the areas of:

  • Emotional Regulation
  • Frustration Tolerance
  • Problem Solving
  • Perspective Taking
  • Empathy

You may be asking – What is a Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG)?
A Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) is a game that can include virtual or physical elements of a board game where a group of characters works together to complete an adventure. Players have different strengths and abilities which emphasize the element of cooperative play to achieve a common goal. In the game setting, there will be obstacles to overcome, opportunities to work together to face challenges, and rewards based on success.

How is Table Top Role-Playing Game (TTRPG) adapted for therapeutic use?
Table Top Role-Playing Games (TTRPG) are flexible in nature. The game is led by a Game Master (GM) who can adapt the story to anticipate individual players’ strengths and challenges to develop interpersonal and social skills that can be generalized for use in the real world.

Who facilitates these groups?
Our groups are led by licensed therapists that have received training in how to build a game that is fun and exciting, while engaging players to develop new skills and strengths. For more information on how these groups work contact Therapediatrics at 847-966-6666.

*Due to the current pandemic, our Therapeutic Role Playing Games are offered in an interactive virtual setting. 

Fall Groups are starting in September, with an ongoing rolling admission. When a player joins during an adventure the group facilitator will contact the parent/guardian for a consult on game setup if joining virtually and to discuss goals. Each group is limited to 6 players maximum. The cost for attending Resourceful Realms is $40 per session, billed monthly.

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Date:
November 10, 2022
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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Therapediatrics