Frequently Asked Questions

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How it works

How does Mightier work?

Our program was developed at Boston Children’s and Harvard Medical school to help kids learn to better manage their emotions.

By wearing the heart rate monitor that comes with the kit Mightier game system,  your child is connected to the video game world. This allows kids to see their heart rate fluctuate as they face challenges within the game.

During challenging moments in the game, we walk the player through regulation skills like deep breathing to help them bring their heart rate back down. These moments of practice help build the muscle memory needed to call on regulation skills in real life situations.

For more information, visit our How It Works page


What kind of games are available?

Racing, problem solving, pattern recognition, adventure & more! There’s plenty of variety in our 25+ game library, all designed to be fun and engaging in short sessions so your child is working on skills whenever they play. You can read full game descriptions and details in the parent dashboard.


What is the Family Care Team and how do they support families?

Our Family Care Team is made up of Mightier experts with various clinical and technical backgrounds, and our goal is to support and enhance your family’s Mightier journey. Whether you are looking for billing and tech support, you would like to discuss your child’s play data and progress, or you are looking for strategies to ensure your child gets the most out of Mightier based on their specific learning and play styles, our Family Care Team is here to help. You are able to reach a Mightier expert any day of the week via phone, email or live chat.

Pricing & Product information

What does Mightier cost?

The Mightier program includes access to the game system, a heart rate monitor and two wrist straps, access to our Parent Community, and support from the Family Care Team. Pricing varies by membership options. For specific details please visit our plans page here.


What if I have my own tablet or device?

Families will use the dedicated Mightier game system to play. The Mightier game system is optimized and frequently updated for the best gaming experience. As a result, personal tablets and devices should not be used.

How does the 30 day risk-free trial work?

The 30 day risk-free trial begins when you receive your package. If Mightier isn’t a good fit for your family, you can cancel your subscription and return the device free of charge for a full refund. It’s that easy!


Can Mightier be purchased internationally? 

Yes! Mightier has helped families around the world. Please note, shipping outside of the US and Canada costs an additional $25.

Who Mightier is for

What is Mightier’s suggested age range?

Our suggested age range is from 6 to 12. However, we do have kids outside of that range who have greatly benefited from the program. With our free 30 day risk-free trial, you can always try Mightier with your family and return the kit if you find that it isn’t a good fit.


Can adults use this?

Yes! While our research focused on the use of Mightier with kids, anyone can benefit from practicing emotional regulation. If you enjoy mobile games and are willing to try, then Mightier can help you too. We have lots of families that play together!


How does Mightier help with specific diagnoses and behavioral challenges?

Mightier has helped kids with and without diagnoses gain confidence, build resilience, and learn emotional regulation skills. All kids can benefit from the Mightier program. Read the stories and Mighty Moments shared from some of our families here and visit our condition pages to learn more about how Mightier has helped:






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Can Mightier be used in a professional settings?

While Mightier was developed as an in-home treatment for families, the program can be used in a variety of ways and in many different settings such as clinics, schools, private practices, hospitals, after school programs, and more.

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