Hear from Professionals using Mightier in their Practice…

Jared Tonks a clinician at Valley View School, in North Brookfield, Massachusetts – a therapeutic boarding school for boys ages 8-10. Valley View a small school, anywhere from 30-40 students at one time. Most of our boys come to the school with ADD/ADHD, high anxiety, depression.
Bridget Dujardin is the founder and owner of Boston Sensory Solutions, a clinic that specializes in pediatric occupational therapy (OT). When Bridget first learned about Mightier through Facebook, she thought it would be a great tool to use with her daughter, who has a sensory processing disorder that impacts her emotional regulation. Eventually, Bridget started using Mightier in her OT practice.
Morgan Mannweiler is a student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate program at the University of Florida in Gainesville. She is specializing in Child Counseling and currently completing her clinical internship at Girls’ Place, a non-profit that provides free mental health services at their childcare facility. Morgan plans to apply to Clinical and Counseling Psychology doctoral programs this year.
Corinne Guy works as support personnel at Lester B. Pearson School Board, a school in Quebec, Canada. Her role involves guiding children through socioemotional development and supporting them and their families “when life gets tricky.” She has a certificate in inclusive education from McGill University in Montreal.

Wendy Lauter is a licensed professional counselor, registered and certified art therapist from Oak Park/River Forest, Illinois. She has been in private practice for almost 25 years and has worked in a variety of settings—residential, therapeutic day school, and domestic violence shelters with children. She is a licensed counselor and also an art therapist. Mightier images and gaming fit into her view of the world and how she helps kids.