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Our Mission

We believe that every student deserves an opportunity to be successful in the classroom and in life, but with computers and mobile devices always on and always available, the way our kids socialize and interact has fundamentally changed. And these changes create barriers to building real world relationships.

All too often, educators see students who can’t focus, don’t know how to manage their emotions, and have trouble interacting with peers.

What we need are new tools to address these modern challenges.

At Centervention®, we provide online games to help students in grades K-8 improve social and emotional skills. These games are fun for students, automatically gather data so educators can monitor progress, and include supplemental lessons to reinforce learning.

Yes, it may seem counter-intuitive to use technology to teach social and emotional skills. After all, the whole point is to be able to interact effectively with other people, right? The reality is that games and technology are engaging for kids, and once they’ve learned these skills in the games, they can be applied to their real lives.

With Centervention, educators can meet students where they are, address their unique needs, and do so in a fun, effective way.

Our Team

Tim Huntley
Tim HuntleyChief Executive Officer
Melissa DeRosier
Melissa DeRosierChief Scientific Officer
Jim Thomas
Jim ThomasChief Technology Officer
Riley Woods
Riley WoodsDirector of Marketing
David Markham
David MarkhamSenior Game Developer
Alex Kearney
Alex KearneyDirector of Customer Success
Stacey Walker
Stacey WalkerCustomer Success Manager

Extended Team

Centervention is a spin out from 3C Institute, a company dedicated to improving the social and emotional health of children and families primarily through research on social skills interventions for schools and clinics. This ongoing research includes projects through federally funded grants and collaborations in social and emotional development, Autism spectrum disorders, implementation science, and cultural awareness.

3C Staff