Sleight of Hand These TTRPG Mechanics to Make Your D&D Therapy Game Better


Sleight of Hand

D&D (Dungeons and Dragons) has long been a paramount title for TTRPGs. Whether you're running a D&D therapy game or a casual game for friends- there's always room to tailor your game mechanics to the party. What can be trimmed down, cut out, altered, and added (from the alignment system to how characters form their relationships)?

Join Julia Stamman, Licensed Professional Counselor, and DM for D&D therapy games in Austin, TX as she discusses how to mix and match game mechanics from other TTRPGs to make your D&D campaign better.

Julia Stamman, LPC, IPT-CST (She|Her)

Heart of the Realm, PLLC

Julia is a licensed professional counselor in Austin, TX with a private practice called Heart of the Realm. She specializes in seeing adults who identify as geeks, gamers, and misfits. She runs D&D therapy groups for adults in addition to tailoring geeky needs with individual clients.

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