Mightier uses the power of video games to help kids 6-14 build emotional strength and resilience. Mightier helps kids who have a tough time with tantrums, feelings of frustration, anxiety, or even a diagnosis like ADHD learn to manage their emotions.
Kids wear a heart rate monitor while they play that controls the difficulty in the game. As their heart rates go up, the game gets harder to play.
Through the program, kids learn skills to bring their heart rate down and earn rewards in the games. Over time, kids can draw on those skills in life outside the game.
The app includes access to all Mightier games, an online hub for parents to access a dashboard of the child’s progress, ongoing one-on-one support from licensed clinicians, and tools and information to help parents navigate their parenting journey.
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