Thomas M Jones, a New York City based psychotherapist, co-developed and founded the breakthrough technology The Paradox Process and authored the book Love Games: The Hidden Rules of Relationship. Jones hosted The Open Door, a coast-to-coast cable television show dedicated to unlocking the power of the mind. Formally the director of The Applied Institute of Psychotherapy, Jones is now in private practice with a clientele extending internationally. He is trained in family therapy, group therapy, transactional analysis and primal therapy. With over three decades of experience he leads yearly growth journeys that have included China, Tibet, Spain and Hawaii. Jones currently lectures and leads a variety of intensives locally on topics including The Paradox Process, Love Relationships, Manifesting and Creating Success.
Andrea Roberts: Andrea received her certification to teach The Paradox Process in 2006. She is delighted to be a part of teaching and administering the Mindfulness Curriculum using The Paradox Process in the New York City School System.
Andrea spent many successful years working as a costumer for a variety of Broadway and Off Broadway shows after obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree from The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in technical theater and her Master’s Degree in costume design from Brooklyn College. She continues to work with groups and in private practice teaching The Paradox Process.
Ashlee Fife comes to The Paradox Process after an illustrious career performing on Broadway and as a Radio City Music Hall Rockette. She completed the certification program to facilitate and teach The Paradox Process in 2009. Ashlee is involved with running women’s groups focused on dating, weight control, and issues for actors with audition anxiety. In addition to her private clientele, she is currently pursuing her Master’s in Psychology. She is excited to be the co-developer of Mindfulness Curriculum using The Paradox Process implemented in the New York City school system.
Casey Gensler was certified to teach The Paradox Process in 2013. Under the mentorship of Thomas M. Jones, he has mastered guiding clients through transition, helping them in finding a clear vision of what’s ahead, and ultimately giving them to tools to change their experience to create the life that they want. Prior to this work, Casey spent the better part of 13 years performing theater in New York City and around the country. Casey is thrilled to call himself a team member of Healing and Discovery Foundation, Thomas’ nonprofit that teaches The Paradox Process to High School and Middle School aged students. “I had no idea that walking into this office years ago would impact my life so dramatically.” Casey is dedicated to creating that same impact with his clientele.
John Harrison received his certification to teach The Paradox Process in 2013. He continues to master his knowledge of emotions, teaching clients to create an objective relationship with their feelings using the tools of The Paradox Process. After earning a Bachelor’s Degree from The State University of New York, Oswego, John has worked in the financial services community as a successful technology salesman for such companies as IBM, Cisco, Sun Microsystems and Oracle. John is excited to work with clients to teach them the tools to manage their feelings and create the life of their dreams!
Pierra Caiozzo received her certification to teach The Paradox Process in 2014. She continues to master her knowledge under the tutelage of Thomas M. Jones the co-developer of The Paradox Process. Pierra is a native of Queens and graduated from Long Island University-Post with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications. She is grateful to have the opportunity to teach The Paradox Process and is working in New York in her private practice.
Rebecca Riker Hanson was first introduced to The Paradox Process in 2008 and became a Certified Facilitator in 2016. Practicing the Process for the better part of a decade has provided her with the insight to navigate difficult relationships, the strength to overcome debilitating grief and the confidence to achieve her lifelong dream of performing on Broadway. Her continued study of The Paradox Process has given her the tools to redefine her emotional self. As a Certified Facilitator she strives to empower her clients to do the same.
Ted Wallach attended the European Film College and received an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. He did his post-graduate leadership training at THNK in Vancouver. Now, the Peace Innovation Lab at Stanford has invited him to join as a visiting scholar. He had directed movies for over a decade before joining WeWork as their Creative Director followed by a stint at TimeRepublik as their CEO.
Ted became a certified Paradox Process facilitator in February 2017, completing his education under Thomas Jones in this revolutionary technology.
His career as a team leader and thought leader led him to discover the Paradox Process: he felt truly in his passion when he focused on guiding colleagues through obstacles to their stated goals. His passion emerged at the moments these colleagues reached heights of personal and professional success through his guidance. Now, he is excited to focus on catalyzing this transformation for all of his clients.
Stacey Houghtaling became a facilitator after using the Paradox Process as her go-to tool for personal development for the past 20+ years. She received her certification in 2016 and enjoys guiding her clients towards emotional wellness, as well as helping them achieve their specific goals. Stacey is also a certified life/parent coach who has written about, and done talks/workshops on the stresses of modern-day parenting.
She has a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Vermont. Originally a native east-coaster, she now lives with her husband and two boys in Thousand Oaks, CA.