A Paradox Process session consists of a private one-on-one conversation with a Paradox Process facilitator. These sessions are highly productive and empowering. The goal is to immediately address the core issues and start to shift unneeded negativity to start allowing individuals to move forward.
A first session begins as a conversation. You will talk about who you are and explain the issue you would like to work on. You will immediately begin working the process with the facilitator. Emotions, feelings and anxieties will be peeled away, allowing peace and clarity to set in.
Note: It is recommended to record your sessions, so that you can review and think on the material afterward.
Andrea Roberts 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.
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.