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Developed, tested, and proven at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Mightier is a bioresponsive program that harnesses the mind body connection to build emotional regulation in its players. The program accomplishes this through the most significant occupation of the child - PLAY!! Children have fun playing the games, and enjoy practicing strategies for self control.

We’re not here to talk….  We’re here to play.

How does Mightier fit into my practice?

Professionals are integrating Mightier in combination with other evidenced-based techniques successfully in their sessions across settings. While kids do what kids do best, play, therapists easily establish rapport, and sustain motivation and engagement with this bioresponsive gaming software. To progress through the games, children must repeatedly practice deep breathing techniques, cognitive behavioral approaches, and mind-body connection tools.

The visual feedback from the Mighty gauge in combination with the physical feedback of the heart beat increases a child’s understanding of the mind-body connection. This awareness allows the child to recognize they have control to change their response in the face of a challenge. As children start to recognize their internal cues to stress, worry, or anger, they begin to generalize the use of tools such as deep breathing when confronted with those same cues in a real life situation

We have a growing community of professionals who have purchased the program for use in their practice.   One account can have multiple players, and data isn’t shared between players.   For a limited time, professionals can purchase just one system that allows for unlimited kids to play. Families can choose to practice their Mightier skills at home by investing in their own system. 

Learn more about Mightier for professionals

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

He understands now the relationship between his behavior and heart rate, he can see something responding to him and knows he has control over the games and his emotions. It's the first thing we've seen or tried that has met his needs in terms of interest and ACTUALLY helping him successfully.

FIONA

Mom to 8 year old boy

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Professionals are using the bioresponsive technology of Mightier to build automaticity and self-regulation in pediatric clients. 

See for yourself and watch a video of a child at play with Mightier.

Meet our Therapeutic Team

Erina White, PhD, MPH, MSW is the Clinical Services Director and VP of Parent Services for Mightier. She is also a clinical researcher at Boston Children’s Hospital, psychotherapist in private practice, and holds faculty appointments at the University of New Hampshire Department of Social Work, Simmons School of Social Work and Harvard Medical School. Dr. White is a graduate of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Simmons School of Social Work and Smith College.

Bridget Dujardin, MS, OTR/L is the founder and clinical director of Boston Sensory Solutions, LLC, a private pediatric occupational therapy clinic. She has 20 years of experience working directly with children and adults who experience a wide variety of social-emotional and self-regulation challenges in their daily lives. Bridget has a BA in Psychology from Boston College and an MS in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University.

Julie Robinson received her occupational therapy degree from Boston University in 1991, and has over 25 years of experience working as a therapist.  She works with children from birth through adolescence, and has expertise in the areas of sensory processing, autism spectrum disorders, and trauma.  Julie has worked in both school system and clinic settings, and has extensive experience training new graduates, as they work towards their licensure to provide occupational therapy services.

Melissa Feldman, M.Ed., OTR/L, is an experienced Occupational Therapist, spending over 20 years working directly with children, their caregivers, and educators across school, home and community settings. Utilizing a whole-child approach that integrates play with purpose, Melissa specializes in developing customized programs to improve a child’s participation at home and in community. Melissa received her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of New Hampshire and her Masters of Education Degree with a specialization in Assistive Technologies & Universal Design from Simmons College. 

Sign up for Mightier Certification

Learn how to use Mightier in your professional practice. 

WHEN: January  27th 9am-3pm EST
WHERE: Online 
(recording available if you cannot attend live)
COST: $250 for the 6-hour day training

WHAT WE'LL COVER: 

  • Find out how you can use Mightier in your professional practice.
  • Join our live discussion on the unique role of professionals in supporting mental health and social emotional wellness.
  • Learn more about evidence-based strategies for using play as a therapeutic tool.
  • Hear about how Mightier's evidence-based tools improve self-regulation and emotional control in children including bio-responsive technologies.
  • Learn how to document effectiveness across clinical, school and home settings.
  • Receive Professional Development Units (PDUs) for the training.
  • This training includes: Mightier Certification, clinical manual and recorded training video.

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Sign up for Certification

SIGN UP TODAY!
Don't miss out, limited spaces available.

Sign up for Certification

Clicking this link will take you to a secure checkout using PayPal.

Can't make the January 27th date?

That's ok - sign up and you can access the recorded training video after the live session.

Want to learn more about our research?

The technology behind Mightier has been tested in four trials, including two double-blind, randomized controlled trials. Download our Scientific Overview to learn more.

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Leah Kuypers, MA.Ed, OTR/L graduated from the University of Madison, WI with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. As the creator and author of The Zones of Regulation,  Leah desires to provide others with information on a framework used to foster self-regulation and emotional control.  Her book (Think Social Publishing, 2011)  has been enthusiastically received by educators, therapists and parents around the world.    In addition to developing additional learning tools to supplement The Zones curriculum, she owns a small business, Kuypers Consulting, Inc., based out of Minneapolis, MN .

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