Rolling for Change

Hosted ByWoody Harris, Brian Peace, & Josué Cardona

Exploring the transformative power of games.

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RPG Research with Hawke Robinson

Today on Rolling for Change, Brian and I get a chance to talk with Hawke Robinson, founder of RPG Research and RPG Therapeutics. Admittedly, we had some sound issues about 1/4 way in, but it takes nothing away from the interview.

You Never Forget Your First Role Playing Game.

In this episode Brian interviews Adelle about her first time playing a role playing game. This is a discussion about Adelle’s experience with Kids on Bikes. Brian discusses the benefits of role playing and explores its impact on Adelle.

Afterlife: Wandering Souls w/Elizabeth Chaipruditkul

Afterlife: Wandering Souls is a role playing game set after death. The game offers 2 key characteristics that caused it to be brought to our attention: 1) It deals with the discovery of lost memories as well as spiritual discovery of your character,

Gaming in Isolation

Sometimes we need to reach out to others. We need to engage in social pursuits and connection, even when we are not social distancing, but especially now in the midst of a global pandemic. In this episode we discuss the many ways that you can still gam…

Gaming in the Star Wars Universe

After a break in February, Rolling for Change returns with a new episode. This time we are geeking out over Star Wars gaming and Star Wars in general. We wanted to act while the fever is alive. However, whether you like the new episodes,

Gaming and Environment

Brian, Ginger, Josue and Woody discuss how gaming can impact our understanding of environment as well as if and how the environment is impacted by hobby gamers.

Merry Monopoly Christmas

In the past we have made fun of Monopoly. It has become the butt of many gamer jokes, but does it deserve its reputation? In this episode, Brian, Josue and Woody discuss the virtues of gamers most reviled game.

Roll for Progress w Brennan Jordan

In this episode Woody talks with Brennan Jordan of Roll for Progress (catchy name right?) about his work using rpgs in therapy practice.

Rolling for Doug via Pax Unplugged

We have just returned from the fabulous gaming expo known as Pax Unplugged. We invited Dr. Brian Quinones and Tim Grant from Gaming Approaches Toward Education to help us unpack the Pax, and unplug with the Doug.