Questing for Change
An Interactive Therapeutic Table Top Role Play Game Group
Calling Adventurers of all ages!
Do you love using your imagination?
Do you long to go on exciting and mysterious quests?
If so, this group is for you, or your teen!
Please join Linnea Sieh, LPC and your fellow adventurers, on a quest for individual change using an immersive, cooperative story-telling experience through tabletop role playing games. Linnea has had additional training to be able to guide players through different scenarios in game to teach techniques in a trauma informed way that encourages creativity and group interaction. She utilizes in-game safety and consent monitoring systems to ensure a positive, safe, and affirming environment for players of all ages, abilities, and experience levels.
Therapeutic tabletop games are an effective way to give participants the opportunity to practice skills, such as problem solving, flexible thinking, conflict resolution, teamwork, and developing a sense of self, in a low stakes environment where learning is fun!
Making in-game decisions can help increase confidence in making everyday decisions. It can also increase confidence and assertiveness skills, and allow participants to practice conflict resolution skills. These skills can then be incorporated into participants' daily lives to encourage positive growth and development. Using games to teach skills is an evidence based and fun approach to create lasting, positive change. The only materials needed are pencil, paper, and imagination!
Call (248)250-6620 to register or for questions.
Teen (13-17 yrs) Questing for Change
Tween (10-12 yrs) Questing for Change
Adult (18 +) Questing for Change
Fees (out-of-pocket, no insurance):
$40 a session, $210 if paid in full for 6 sessions.
Limited to 4 in person spots available, or hybrid sessions