Come and play the ClearFear game

Friday 31 January 2014, 10.00AM to 12.00pm

The International Centre for Mental Health Social Research invites you to ClearFear

ClearFear is a real-life social game in which players are helped to find their own superpowers. By becoming our own superheroes, ClearFear game players tackle missions with the support of a small team to overcome their fears. We are looking for about 30 staff or students of the University of York to pilot the ClearFear game.

We will introduce it to you in a 2-hour session, when we will invite you to complete a questionnaire as part of an evaluation. We would like you to continue playing the game after the session and to complete a second questionnaire for us six weeks later to provide your feedback.

You can find out further information about the ClearFear game on the website clearfeargame.com

For further information about the pilot please contact the centre administrator: Tracey Hawkes

See also: International Centre for Mental Health Social Research

Location: Contact Tracey Hawkes for further details