Our bioresponsive games were developed and tested at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School.


Traditional ways to help kids learn to manage and control emotions haven’t changed much in the last 20 years, but kids' needs have.  


Our research proved that meeting kids at their level and making learning fun works. Three studies over 7 years showed that kids built skills, behavior improved and stress at home declined.

Over time, kids can use the calming skills they learn in the games to face challenges in real life.

After 12 weeks in the Mightier program families see...

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Ongoing Collaborations

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A research team comprised of Insight Collective and Neuromotion Labs will examine how physiological self-monitoring in children, as facilitated by the Mightier intervention, affects anxiety, planning, problem solving, and emotion regulation (executive functioning).



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 The technology behind Mightier has been tested in four trials, including two double-blind, randomized controlled trials.

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