How is SuperBetter used?

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SIGN UP:

  • Users must sign up with their email address to create a username and password for their SuperBetter account. Be sure to use the same email address that was used to sign you up in MentorHub to sign up for SuperBetter!
  • If you don’t know what email this is, please check with your program manager/match specialist.
  • This is how MentorHub will track your usage—by matching the email MentorHub has on file to your SuperBetter email. 

CHOOSE YOUR CHALLENGE:

  • Users will be prompted to select a challenge to get started. Users should select from a list of options that stand in the way of their goals (e.g., depression, anxiety, chronic pain, eating healthier, lowering stress, sleeping better, working out, will power, other, etc.).
  • Users also have the option of selecting “I’m just getting Super Better” if their goal is unclear. 
  •  Users should check their SuperBetter app daily to Power-Ups, Bad Guys, and Quests, and customization of their app.

ACTIVITY TAB:

  • This is where users can track their activity, including completion of Quests, Power Ups, and Bad Guys.

HQ TAB:

  • This is where users can download additional Power Packs or create their own Quests, Power Ups, Bad Guys, and Allies (i.e., inviting friends to the app).
  • Users can also track their achievements in the HQ tab by clicking “Achievements.” You can load more Quests, Power Ups and Bad Guys in the Power Packs (found in the HQ tab).
  • These Power Packs are like science lessons, coaching sessions, and an “epic journey” all in one. Power Packs are recommended based on the user’s specific challenge.

    

PROFILE TAB:

  • This is where users can change their “challenge” to set another goal, as well as edit personal account information.

SB TO DO TAB:

  • This is where users can find their tasks for the day. Users can complete Power-Ups, Battle “Bad Guys,” and complete Quests.

 

EXAMPLE POWER UPS: 

  • Chug a glass of water
  • Go for a walk
  • Give yourself a hug or pat on the back 
  • Have positive social contact (e.g., call a friend, smile at a stranger)

 

EXAMPLE BAD GUYS TO BATTLE: 

  • The Sticky Chair – Stand up and take a single step away from the chair or couch. 
  • The Self Critic – Practice self-compassion by appreciating yourself for trying your best. 
  •  The Coping Cactus – Perform a Mighty Act of Self Care like drinking water, doing a small burst of exercise, or eating a healthy meal.

EXAMPLE QUESTS: 

  • Lazy Exercise: Stand up and jump once, walk around the room, stretch hands in the air
  • Spot the Enemy: Take a moment to think about your current challenges and goals.

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