Month: January 2017

Fun Home, Gaming With Adult Supervision

#80: Lara talks about going to see the live version of Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home and Josué shares some insights from playing Telltale’s The Walking Dead with his nephew. Join the Geek Therapy Community Facebook Group: http://bit.ly/2jwHRv8 Find us at www.GeekTherapy.com | @GeekTherapy | Lara: @GeekTherapist | Josué: @JosueACardona *We are currently building the Geek Therapy Library which is designed to help fans communicate through […]

Steven Universe, 2064: Read Only Memories, Gender Pronouns, Superhero Culture and Aggression

#79: We discuss an unhealthy relationship metaphor and gender fluidity in Steven Universe, gender pronouns in 2064: Read Only Memories, and a new research article titled “Pow! Boom! Kablam! Effects of viewing superhero programs on aggressive, prosocial, and defending behaviors in preschool children” … We have a few things to say about that article. Join the […]

Geek Therapy: Past, Present, and Future

#78: This week Lara and Josué discuss what Geek Therapy is all about and how to convey that message. Help! We look at the past, present, and future of GT to take stock and improve our message. Find us at www.GeekTherapy.com | @GeekTherapy | Lara: @GeekTherapist | Josué: @JosueACardona *We are currently building the Geek Therapy Library which is designed to help fans […]

Anxiety Gaming: Providing Mental Health Resources for the Gaming Community

#77: This week Josué interviews Jason Docton, Director of Care at Anxiety Gaming, a non-profit dedicated to providing mental health resources for the gaming community. From the AG website: “From donating video game consoles to foster homes, to matching gamers with the perfect therapist, to completely covering the cost of mental health care for those […]