Keeping It Real
The Keep It Real RX game provides a safe space for people to explore and share their memories, reflections, beliefs, dreams, feelings, fantasies, imaginations and secret desires out loud! Playing this bold and profound interactive game will transport you beyond the realm of who you always imagined yourself to be, and will free you to become more of who you really are.
The game can be bought as a stang alone game to have for all your trainings. You can also bring in the creator, Leslie Robinson, to facilitate the training which will prepare you to continue the work yourself.
The Keep It Real RX game brings worlds together. It is a game for all who want to discover more than what they presently know.
- Real questions you have always wanted to ask, but never dared to
- Real questions you have always secretly wanted to discuss
- Interactions and challenges that break through barriers and bond
Families and friends who play Keep It Real RX together frequently experience sudden bursts of energy, appreciation, compassion and love and grow new understandings.We learn to care more and feel more, and are not so quick to judge. Keep It Real RX: An experience that empowers us, challenges us, and never stops asking questions.
Keep It Real RX is a place where strangers become friends, friends become comrades, and families see one another with new eyes.
- The World
- Keep It Real Challenges
Leslie Robinson: Inventor, Founder and CEO
Inventor of the game Keep It Real, Leslie has been a Program Director for programs for at-risk youth in the South Bronx, for six years created and implemented long-term intensive arts and after-school programs in inner city schools for at-risk and hard to reach youth, developed and led staff development trainings in creativity, and for two years, pioneered a poetry project at Rikers Island Correctional Facilities for Men and Women. She has also supervised residences for homeless young adults, worked in homeless shelters, worked in an emergency shelter for runaway youth, been an adjunct literature and writing Professor at the College of New Rochelle, and has been a Consultant for the foster care system for fifteen years. Leslie graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Masters Degree in Creative Writing. Her poetry/spoken word has been published, and has aired on numerous radio stations. Leslie is a psychotherapist with a private practice in New York City.