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'An innovative, evidence-based approach to address trauma and aid recovery'.



Game Therapy UK will promote research into Game Therapy. We will do this by:

  • Curating a database of the available literature and research on Game Therapy and related topics (research papers and studies) and making it accessible to all via our website.

  • Supporting new research into Game Therapy in UK populations. We will do this by offering advice and mentoring to groups wanting to conduct research into Game Therapy.

  • Ensuring all the Game Therapy projects that we support will gather data and evidence and where appropriate disseminate that evidence via publication in journals, symposiums or at a minimum via the Game Therapy UK website.


A data base of Game Therapy literature will be published here on the website soon. Check back or join our Newsletter and we'll let you know when the database is up on the website and when we add new articles. 

In the meantime here are some links which might prove useful resources.

International Journal Of Role Playing
Role Playing Games (general)
Role Playing Games (design)
Role Playing (kids and young people)
Role Playing Games (neurodivergent)
Role Playing Games (military veterans)
Role Playing Games (possible harm)

If you have any research or data that you are aware of and would like us to share please drop us an email.  


We are very keen to help support the growing community of people interested in Game Therapy in the UK.

If you would like to get involved with
Game Therapy UK as a volunteer on one of our projects, help in setting up your own project, or taking part in the conversation around research into Game Therapy then please drop us an email, or join our Game Therapy UK Community Group on Facebook where you can chat, contribute and share your thoughts.

Or sign up to our
Newsletter and we'll keep you updated on any developments. 


Level Up Camden Game Therapy Group will present its initial data at ‘Pathways From Homelessness’ International Symposium, London on the 16/17 March 2022.

We will also share the data from this and other
Game Therapy UK projects via this site.

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