It Just Gets Better

It feels great to finally have the book published, in both print and Kindle formats! If you buy a copy, I would very much appreciate it if you would write an honest review on Amazon.

The next cool new thing is the scoring tool that will soon be available for download from this website. Clinicians who want or need measurable outcomes in their practice (for insurance purposes, for clients who respond well to concrete validations, e.g.), will be able to measure changes in alignment and understanding between and among members of the client group by using this tool. It’s easy to use – the calculations are made for you. Look for it this week.

Honored to be in Luke Hohmann’s Agile 2015 keynote

We were very honored to be part of Luke Hohmann’s keynote speech at the Agile 2015 conference, held at the Gaylord Hotel in Washington, DC this last August. Luke spoke eloquently and forcefully about the urgent need to expand the use of serious games beyond Agile, to help solve “awesome superproblems” beyond software innovation. Psychotherapy is oneĀ of those problems.

Here is a link to Luke’s keynote address, as part of the Agile 2015 program. I haven’t been able to find the slides yet, but as soon as they’re posted, we’ll link to them.