RPG Therapeutics LLC
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Educator Workshop 2: Introduction to Integrating Role-Playing Games in Libraries and Educational Programs: Preschool Through K-12

2.5-day RPG Workshop for Education Professionals. PREREQUISITE: All Pros Workshop 1 completion. This workshop is a mid-level dive into to all role-playing game formats for educators wishing to learn how to incorporate role-playing games into their courses. Presented by individuals with more then 40 years successful experience in multiple fields, supported by over 30 years of research and evidence-based practice data. These workshops provide far more robust training on these topics than available anywhere else. Register today!
Purchase tickets online here: https://rpgtherapeutics.tix.com/schedule.aspx?orgnum=6267
This is the second step for those educators interested in participating in the series of RPG Professional Workshop offerings by RPG Therapeutics LLC.
Anyone wishing to attend these more in-depth specialty focused workshops needs complete the Introductory Workshop 1 first.
Available at various on-site location and sometimes available via remote access.

Target Audience

Education professionals looking to integrate RPGs into their profession.

  • Aspiring RPG Professionals
  • Educators
  • Graduates/New Professionals
  • Mid-Career Professionals
  • Researchers
  • Seasoned Professionals
  • Special-education specialists


This workshop is for you if you are a professional looking to include role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), Basic Fantasy RPG, Be RPG, No Thank You Evil, Doctor Who, Adventures in Middle-earth, or others in your practice.
These high quality workshops will provide for you an exceptional introduction to role-playing games in educational l settings, and unlike other workshops offered by other individuals and organizations that are very lightweight and "fluffy" in the content,  our workshops provide rich learning environments and content supported by decades of experience, research, and evidence-based best practices, with training provided by professionals with decades of experience in the field.

This workshop is an mid-level introduction to all role-playing game formats: tabletop, live-action, electronic, & hybrids.

Registration & Cost

Purchase tickets online here: https://rpgtherapeutics.tix.com/schedule.aspx?orgnum=6267

Participation options:

  1. Onsite Spokane, WA: $1,195 - $1,995
  2. Remote (reduced hands-on experience): $1,595-$1,795
  3. Onsite Northern ID Region: $1,295-$1,995
  4. Onsite Tri-cities, WA Region: $1,995-$2,295
  5. Onsite Western MT Region: $1,995-$2,495
  6. Onsite Seattle & Portland Regions: $2,495-$2,995
  7. Onsite + catered lunch: +$60
  8. Onsite + lunch + dinner: +$150

Remote Option

We have separated our remote and onsite sessions. Due to copyright and trademark restrictions of some of the products we use to train you, we cannot offer as complete a hands-on training experience with the remote option as with the on-site training, but we try to get you as close as possible.

We are putting together a products list for each workshop so that remote participants may have the option to select the more hands-on remote version, rather than the more just interactive lecture version.

While we do the best we can to make remote participation as close to the in-person experience, the remote option provides some reduction in the hands-on activities participation & audience interaction involvement (especially the Live-action & electronic hands-on activities), so we recommend on-site participation for maximum experiential benefit, but the lecture remote option is for those unable to attend in person at our Washington, Idaho, Oregon, or Montana locations.


See our Summary List of Workshops Page for the latest information on upcoming workshop dates & locations.

All Remote Times PST. Onsite times are the location time zone for the location.

Generally for Multi-day workshops, Full 3-days:

  • If Arrive at 8:30 am the first day for registration, supplies, & seating. (Join remotely at 8:30 am PST to resolve any technical issues)
  • Workshop starts promptly at 9:00 am and run until 5:00 pm each day.
  • Sometimes we offer a catered lunch option.
  • Sometimes we offer optional post-workshop social/dinner for those interested after the normal workshop times.

Multi-day Workshops, 2.5 Days:

  • Arrive at 4:30 pm the first day for registration, supplies, & seating. (Join remotely at same time to resolve any technical issues).
  • Workshop Starts promptly 5:00 pm and runs until 10 or 11 pm.
  • The following days the workshops run from 9:00 am through 5:00 pm.


  • 1-day workshops equal either 10 hours (8 am to 6 pm) or 8 hours (9 pm to 5 pm).
  • 2.5 day workshops equal 4-6 hours day 1, and 8 hours each day after for total around 20-22 hours.
  • 3-full Day Workshops (9 pm to 5 pm) equal 8 hours per day, total around 24 hours.


Also a remote option, though with less hands-on experience and interaction than the on-site participants receive.

Register & Purchase Ticket(s)

Purchase tickets online here: https://rpgtherapeutics.tix.com/schedule.aspx?orgnum=6267

For more information feel free to email: info@rpgpros.com or call (833) RPG-PROS (774-7767) extension 710  any time between Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm Pacific Time.


Workshop Topics

It is geared for working professionals while being appropriate for both complete novices to role-playing games as well as experienced role-playing gamers, wishing to bring RPGs into their practice.

Topics covered include introductions to important RPG professional considerations about:

  • Accessibility & Adaptation
  • Addressing negative inculcated attitudes & stigma about RPGs & RPGers in educational institution and administration
  • Child and Adolescent
  • Community settings
  • Deescalation of disruptive player archetypes
  • Variety of Educational venues (preschool, K-12, higher learning, etc.)
  • Electronic (eRPG)
  • Higher Education
  • History & evolution of RPGs
  • Hybrid RPGs (HRPG)
  • Live-action RPG (LRPG & Larp)
  • Learning disabilities
  • Management considerations
  • Military/Veterans 
  • Older Adults 
  • Online & remote
  • Population specific information
  • Professional Standards
  • Schools
  • Social skills development
  • Special Education
  • Tabletop RPG (TRPG)
  • Technology considerations
  • Virtual & Augmented Reality (VR/AR)
  • Others

Additional available workshops and courses delve even more deeply into each area that you are introduced to in this workshop, including population specialties.

Instruction Methods

Instructional Methods For All 4 Sessions

  • Lecture
  • Interactive activities
  • Discussion
  • Initial lecture with slide show, video, audio, and physical objects presentation.
  • Array of example adaptive and RPG-related materials (dice, miniatures, maps, modules, books, boffers, and other equipment).
  • Interactive discussions and examples shared with audience participants
  • Short interactive audience verbal quizzes
  • Hands-on workshops introducing all 4 RPG formats
  • Open audience Q&A.
  • Scored tests.



In order to receive a completion endorsement toward a training certificate, attendees must sign in and out of each session, and must pass the workshop test with a 90% or higher. All tests are pass/fail, no partial credit will be awarded.

There are typically around 1-10 questions per section covered

Testing takes place after the final session.

We offer paper handout tests for those participating in the on-site program.

For remote participants we are working on an online testing platform and if available will provide access.

Test duration time allocated is 1 hour. Testing typically takes 30-45 minutes.

Additional time may be arranged for upon request.

Also accessibility consideration may be available with requests received in advance. Tests must be passed with a 90% or better to receive badge toward diploma.

Participants may opt not to take the test and only receive a participation certificate (as long as they have full attendance), often needed for employer reimbursement, and to allow them to participate in our more advanced workshops.


Example Facility Applications

  • Community centers
  • Independent skills development programs
  • In-school and after-school programs
  • Libraries
  • Mobile facilities
  • University community support programs
  • Camps (day, overnight, summer, etc.)


Credits / CEUs

Some of our programs do provide CEUs through the American Therapeutic Recreation Association website and ATRA conferences.

Most of the rest of our programs do not currently provide CEUs, but there are exceptions.

Our programs do track training hours and require passing tests. This is helpful for employers and others needing proof of training.

Our sessions do apply toward our RPG Professional Certification programs.

In some instances we do offer workshops and webinars that do provide CEUs at added accreditation cost. 

The accredited workshops and webinars are usually at professional conference events, or on professional association websites through organizations such as the ATRA, NCTRC, and others.

Test questions and testing pass/fail level is determined by the certifying body.


Contact Information

Mailing Address: 1312 North Monroe Street, Suite #114, Spokane, WA 99201

Website: http://www.rpgtherapy.com 

US Toll-free phone: (833) RPG-PROS (774-7767) extension 710

Local phone/text: (509) 608-6441

Email: info@rpgtherapy.com