Our feelings create our experience. They decide how much we'll risk, love, how much we'll put on our plate, how much we're allowed to have in life.

- Thomas M. Jones

Early in Thomas' career, while working with addiction patients, Jones was frustrated by a lack of forward progress, and increasing rates of depression. He partnered with his dear friend and colleague, Rodger Bell, to combine scientific evidence and meditation methods to find the most effective tool for dealing with feelings and emotional distress. The Paradox Process was developed; a simple protocol that engages the impulse of neurons in the brain and redirects the pathways resulting in transformational, objective understanding.

The presenter, Thomas, has an extraordinary gift; he pays close attention to others. His methodology, demeanor and skill made this course powerful and profound.
— MK: Participant of Creating the Relationship You Want, NY Open Center Course Spring 2018

Bring Thomas M. Jones to your next event. 

Private Sessions,

Corporate Workshops,

Relationship Workshops/ Author Talks,

Speaking Engagements, Radio/ Podcasts, Retreat Intensives

I loved the space that Thomas created. It was a space of intimacy so we all felt comfortable opening up and sharing about ourselves. Great environment to learn and grow.
— CK: Creating the Relationship You Want, NY Open Center Course fall 2018

About Paradox

The Paradox Process brings the conscious mind to present by eliminating negative emotions from the past, and clearing anxieties and worries about the future. This results in an emotional shift that uncovers insight, thus allowing the individual to reveal the best version of him or herself.

Unlike traditional psychotherapy, the Paradox Process focuses on what is going on in the moment not on dissecting one’s past.  By focusing on the present, we heal the past. It isn’t about “fixing” oneself; it’s about realizing who you are in the world and continuing to build upon it.

The Paradox Process is powerful and useful, yet simple and eloquent. Jones and Bell copyrighted and trademarked the Process and began to teach it as a modality of its own. It is user-friendly for adults and children alike.