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Porter Green and Steve Discont
Session Zero
Session Zero is a discussion podcast that seeks to explore the psychology of roleplaying. Each episode will feature a new aspect of the experience of roleplaying, viewed through the lens of psychology by clinical psychologist Porter Green and industrial-organizational psychologist Steve Discont, They're doing the thinking, and you get to do the listening.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 22 ratings
Already helped my DMing / GMing
One of my favorite shows, hands down. There's often a lot of things running below the surface in tabletop games. This show helps you explore that while giving you tips on where to go. I highly recommend the Emotions episode. One of my favorites.Read full review »
A Kevin Wilson via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/22/19
This is a thoughtful podcast, explores d&d from a different perspective. I would recommend
BirdBrain362 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/13/19
I haven’t heard any other podcasts on the network, but Session Zero was recommended to me by a friend. I’m a PsyD student in clinical psychology with a passion for role playing. This hits all my major interests. I can’t wait to see where it goes. Good job!!
NoahsArcadia via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/31/18
Recent Episodes
The Session Zero Duo sit down with special guest Shareef Jackson from Rivals of Waterdeep to talk about gaming with generation Z. Tune in to learn more about what games have to offer kids and what cool things kids can bring to your table.
Published 03/31/20
Published 03/31/20
The Session Zero duo discuss social distancing during COVID 19 and the impacts of social isolation on emotional well-being. Join us and explore ways to keep connected and supported when we can’t sit around the table.
Published 03/17/20
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