Former special education instructor, Rico Corazon, preaches the value of tabletop roleplaying games as a therapeutic tool. Initially pitching Dungeons & Dragons as an after-school program, he nurtured many substantial relationships with students. When he left teaching, the kids, and the parents, wanted the game sessions to continue. Rico wanted to keep playing as well. Especially considering he felt he was accomplishing more with gaming as opposed to being in the classroom. But Rico still had to earn a living. Two years later he facilitates D&D professionally ten or more times a week.


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