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Role-Playing Games Helps Kids “Level Up” by Providing Fun Social Activities to Build Confidence, Develop Resiliency, and Learn More About Themselves!


Looking for a fun, fulfilling, and FREE adventure for your kids this spring break? We’re hosting three virtual free mini-adventures, two-hour self-contained stories, for teens and tweens. They’ll work together to overcome challenges, create plans, and grow their social confidence.  For more information use the contact form below!

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Now taking registrations for our 2022 Online Roleplaying Campaigns starting in April! Space is limited! Sign up now to reserve your teen or tween’s new adventure

Teens Riding a Fantastic BookAre you struggling to find online social activities for your teen or tween to help them build relationships and develop more social or conflict-resolution skills? Kentlands Psychotherapy’s online roleplaying games (RPG) will help!

 Our virtual RPG tabletop games are specifically designed by mental health and game-making experts to help your youth improve social skills, nurture self-confidence, and expand their problem-solving abilities. And, we’re online and accepting participants locally, nationally, and worldwide!

 Tabletop and roleplaying games, such as the well-known Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), have a decades-long history of being used to harness creativity and imagination. Our RPG games take these benefits to a whole new level. 

With built-in opportunities for skill-building and guidance from our professionals, your kid will learn empathy, build relationships, and practice communication skills in a supportive, playful environment. Small groups ensure they won’t be lost in the crowd!

Tabletop Roleplaying Groups (RPG)

Online Roleplaying Makes Critical Impacts ByGirls Holding RPG Dice

  • Combating loneliness with regular social interaction
  • Developing social confidence through teamwork while completing in-game goals
  • Building relationships with others in their team
  • Growing confidence through the practice of problem-solving and communication skills
  • Harnessing creativity and imagination with storytelling and character development
  • Learning conflict resolution and problem-solving skills by working with other participants to navigate and resolve the story

Through character development, group storytelling, and working with others in an active and changing imaginary world, your teen or tween will be the main character in their own story. They can try new ways of solving problems and interacting with problems or circumstances without real-world social risk. 

Check out our blog or these articles from Forbes and the BBC to learn more about the benefits of tabletop roleplaying games! 


“I have to tell you Mikey is always excited to join group each week. He often is all set to go and join early, as you and Max see. Mikey loves hanging out with everyone in the group. He hopes you offer it again!!! Thank you so much!!!”

“Thomas is excited each week to play/chat. I can hear him talking up a storm which is great for a kid that has some social anxiety!”

“Max is an absolute treasure! You clearly have a fantastic staff. 🙂 he’s checking with my daughter made her feel like 1 million bucks! 🙂 She was so excited to start camp. Max drew her out, got her thinking, made her feel safe and really gave her permission to get excited about connecting with others imaginatively… I can’t wait to see how she tries out the new rules new social skills in the setting… I’m so excited for this opportunity for her!”

Update: “My daughter is BEAMING as she comes off day one of camp…. Find Max and give him a hug!!!”


Fun at Any Age

Roleplaying Games Aren’t Just Child’s Play Anymore! The benefits of roleplaying games aren’t only reserved for children and youth! We have special groups open to adults as well! You, too, can join one of our virtual campaigns to increase your social interaction, make friends, and learn more about yourself through play and performance.


Getting Started!

Are You Ready to Begin Your Journey to a Happier, Healthier Family? Choose Your Adventure! Our sessions are open to players of all experience levels (including no experience with RPG or D&D)! And, we accept players from all over the globe! 

To participate, you will need reliable Wi-Fi and a computer (preferred) or tablet with video and microphone. Headphones are recommended.

Groups are limited to just 3-6 players so act quickly to reserve your spot in a campaign. 

We offer two exciting tracks for our would-be adventurers: Social RPG and Therapeutic RPG!

Social Campaign Camps & Groups

Social Connections Online Roleplaying Camps

This Weeklong Adventure Camp Meets Daily: 

Camp Dates To Be Announced

Summary: This group is facilitated completely online. Players will dive deeply into a self-contained story, fully exploring and helping shape the narrative in this one-week intensive experience.

Cost: Social connections summer camps are $315, run daily for one week, and are two hours per session plus one initial 30 minute, 1 on 1 personalized character creation and tech check so you’re 100% ready on game day.


 8-Week Social Connections Online Role-Playing Campaigns

8 Week Journey of Discovery & Adventure Meeting Once a Week: 

Accepting Registrations for Groups starting the week of July 11th, 2022

Summary: This group is facilitated completely online. Players will make friends, build connections, and find adventure over the course of 8 weeks, shaping both their own characters and the world around them in a more extensive and player-driven experience.

Cost: Social skills tabletop roleplaying groups are $400, run for eight consecutive weeks, and are 90 minutes per session plus one initial 30-60 minute, 1 on 1 personalized character creation and tech check so you’re 100% ready on game day.

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About the Facilitator

Picture of Max RaabeMax Raabe, MA is a mental health paraprofessional, award-winning game designer, and expert tabletop facilitator. Max has been running and designing tabletop roleplaying games for over two decades. His recent work includes designing an award-winning roleplaying system specifically designed to encourage prosocial play experiences and develop social-emotional learning. With a masters in game design, Max focuses on building experiences that allow players to advance their personal growth while exploring personally resonant narratives.
Call Max Raabe at (240) 252-3349 Ext. 814 for questions on the camps and group campaigns or email at