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Diagnosis: Depression
by Hawke Robinson published Jan 18, 2017 last modified May 14, 2018 03:57 PM
Depression, suicidal, meaninglessness, and related.
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RPG for TBI - Similar Examples - Home Front Interactive Video Description of clients served
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 16, 2016 last modified May 14, 2018 03:45 PM — filed under:
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Comment Re: ConDrop Support & Discussion
by Hawke Robinson last modified May 25, 2016 08:19 PM
POST-LARP DEPRESSION - AUGUST 1, 2014 EVAN TORNER, SARAH LYNNE BOWMAN - http://analoggamestudies.org/2014/08/post-larp-depression/   A Beginner’s Guide to Handling the Knudeblues: An Inside Perspective Nordic Larp 2015-02-17 1 Elin Nilsen - https://nordiclarp.org/2015/02/17/a-beginners-guide-to-handling-the-knudeblues/    
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Create Adventure Modules for Specific Client Needs, such as PTSD, Depression, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery, and others
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 02, 2004 last modified Aug 14, 2015 04:54 PM — filed under: , ,
Experiment with creating “adventure modules” specifically designed to address targeted population needs such as socialization issues between different groups.
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Comment ConDrop Support & Discussion
by Hawke Robinson last modified May 25, 2016 04:22 PM
Discussion for folks that experience post-convention down drop in mood, or post-con "depression".
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1998 - Personalities of players of Dungeons & Dragons
by Hawke Robinson published Feb 25, 2014 last modified May 14, 2018 03:45 PM — filed under: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
ROBERT CARTER, AND DAVID LESTER (1998, February). Personalities of players of Dungeons & Dragons. Psychological Reports, 82(1), 182. Gamers' tendency to suicide no different from rest of population. 1 page.
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Alas, Comment Deleted from geeksdreamgirl.com
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 20, 2012 last modified Aug 14, 2015 01:11 AM — filed under: ,
I had attempted to comment on a posting from the geeksdreamgirl.com website, related to depression and the holidays. This seemed perfectly relevant to the RPG Research Project's goals. Alas, she/they deleted the posting immediately, apparently considering it spam. That is a real shame, since it is so relevant to the goals of the project. Here is what was attempted to be posted in reply...
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Post LARP Depression
by Hawke Robinson published Jun 21, 2017 last modified Jun 21, 2020 06:29 AM — filed under: ,
Live-action role-playing (larp) occupies a unique place among analog games, for it demands as much from players’ bodies as it does from their minds. It comes then as no surprise that many players find themselves in the situation of feeling confused, exhausted, and emotionally raw after a larp event.1 In fact, larpers frequently exhaust themselves in advance through the leisure labor of planning their costumes, character actions, possible outcomes, and interactions...
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RPG Therapy
by Hawke Robinson published Mar 13, 2016 last modified Sep 13, 2018 04:25 PM
Explore the Possible Efficacy of Role-Playing Games
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EXPLORE THE EFFICACY OF ROLE-PLAYING GAME THERAPY
by Hawke Robinson published Mar 24, 2016 last modified Oct 08, 2016 05:01 PM
As the body of knowledge grows, indicators may be found suggesting the development of a distinct treatment modality, potentially "role-playing game therapy", may develop as an effective tool for the treatment of many population groups with varied needs.
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