MOXO for Intervention

Measuring intervention efficacy

Monitoring attention interventions is crucial for assessing their impact.

By using MOXO at various points throughout the intervention process, professionals can gather data on the progress and adaptability of the intervention, allowing for timely adjustments to optimize its effectiveness.

Interventions That Benefit From MOXO

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

A form of psychotherapy designed to alter one’s thinking and behavioral patterns.
It is widely applied in managing anxiety and depression, though it also offers benefits for various other psychological and physical health issues.

  • CBT is a relatively short goal-oriented, and intense form of treatment.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

A conversational therapy tailored for individuals who intensely feel their emotions. The core of DBT is to aid individuals in acknowledging and accepting their current life circumstances and actions, while simultaneously teaching them strategies for
transforming their lives and counterproductive behaviors.

  • DBT is based on CBT, with more of a focus on managing and regulating strong
    emotional responses.

Psychological Counseling

A broad-based specialty within professional psychology that emphasizes culturally-aware and sensitive approaches to enhance individuals’ well-being, mitigate distress and maladjustment, manage crises, and boost overall functionality in life.

  • Psychological counseling is a long term method that focuses on strengths and
MOXO allows professionals to fine tune and tailor their intervention by identifying the impact on specific attention metrics, leading to the most efficient and effective attention-enhancing techniques.


The essence of mindfulness is the inherent ability to fully immerse ourselves in the present moment, cognizant of our current location and activities, without becoming excessively reactive or overwhelmed by surrounding events.

  • Mindfulness requires an individual to be fully present, while tuning out external


A non-invasive technique that involves monitoring a patient’s brain activity and
providing instantaneous feedback on its functioning. It falls under the broader category of biofeedback, a method that encourages individuals to voluntarily regulate physiological processes usually beyond conscious control.

  • Neurofeedback is a way of training and controlling one’s brainwaves, in order to
    reach a specific advantageous state.

ADHD Coaching

This form of treatment has emerged as a notable practice in recent years, serving as a supplementary strategy alongside medications and other non-medication-based treatments. Positioned within the larger coaching profession, ADHD coaching is tailored specifically to address the fundamental challenges associated with ADHD, such as difficulties in planning, managing time, setting goals, organizing, and solving problems.

  • ADHD coaching helps individuals with ADHD learn practical skills with a focus on
    improving organization and time management to achieve goals.

Sports Therapy

Specifically designed to meet the distinct requirements of athletes across all levels, including middle school, high school, collegiate, professional, and those transitioning away from sports. Athletes may face a range of issues throughout their careers, such as performance anxiety, eating disorders, identity crises, negative attitudes and behaviors, and injuries.

  • Athletes experience ADHD at almost double the rate of the general population.

MOXO For Intervention Monitoring

MOXO is an ideal measure of intervention effectiveness with over 20% of clients using it for intervention efficacy. MOXO has demonstrated excellent test-retest reliability, maintaining consistency with a one-hour administration gap.