THE RHYMECOLOGY GAME
By Jeff Walker
GAME IS HERE
The Rhymecology Self-Expression Game acts as a bridge between therapists and youth who love hip-hop culture.
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The Rhymecology Game creators recognized that one of the main disconnects between therapists and "at-risk" youth is the inability for clients and therapists to find a common language in which to discuss deeply personal issues. Through years of work in mental health as well as the music industry, they discovered that hip-hop usually was an easy topic to discuss and that it would often lead to deeper, therapeutic conversations. Feeling it critical for other therapists to create their own "Rap Rapport", the Rhymecology Game was invented and is now available to the public for the first time.
Access The Game bundled with other great Courses and Community in the Rhymecology App
Rhymecology, where Hip-Hop and Mental Health Agree.
Rhymecology is stretching your head out with hip-hop, as therapy, as something you can actually grow and develop from
KRS-ONE, Hip-Hop Pioneer, Teacher and Political Activist
Rhymecology is a bridge to marginalized youth, who often have no voice. It helps find a voice and uses it for healing, self expression and growth
PETER ZUCKER, Ph.D. President & CEO of Stars Behavioral Health Group.
Rhymecology is a dynamic force that utilizes a language that speaks to inner city youth. This game is an innovative tool that can be used by clinical staff and youth alike to explore detrimental behavior
JESSICA PLANCICH, MFT, Infferfinity, Director
Mr. Walker has created a solution to a need. Rhymecology presents a way for adults to connect with youth who love hip-hop
MARK VICTOR HANSEN Co-Creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul series.
Jeff Walker has created a game that should be used in schools and mental health agencies around the world
LEILA STEINBERG, Alternate Intervention Method Founder, Tupac Shakur Manager
Access The Game bundled with Using Hip-Hop To Heal, The Therapist Guide, in the Rhymecology App
All Rhymecology Products are meant to be considered another "tool" in the therapist belt and will be most effective when used by clinicians/counselors/teachers who work with youth affected by or living in hip-hop culture.