Thoughts aren’t facts, they’re Mental Events.

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Hi I’m Todd.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Therapist, and Mindfulness Coach.

Somewhere within you there’s a quiet awareness, a presence.

When’s the last time you made contact?

If you’re not sure, then let’s connect.

Life is full of disruptive events that can leave us feeling lost. Mental Events offers mindfulness-based services to help you reconnect with your higher values, so that you can get back to doing what matters.


Our Services

You can go it alone, but you can’t do it alone. Whether it’s attending a mindfulness group, or working through your most difficult thoughts in an individual session, we are confident that you’ll better understand the causes and conditions of why you’ve been struggling.

Interested in hosting a talk, workshop, or retreat? I can tailor talks, presentations and interactive workshops to suit your needs.

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What Is Mindfulness?

Ready to start your own mindfulness practice, but not sure where to begin? Sign up for our free At Ease Mindfulness Framework mini-course, and learn what it means to inhabit the here and now. You’ll receive a free instructional video via email once a day for six days.

Free Mindfulness Course»

Weekly Pod & Blog

Thoughts aren't harmless. They take shape as actions, then develop into habits, eventually hardening into character.

Tune in to our weekly short-form podcast. Learn how to bring mental flexibility to your thoughts. Each dispatch is tailored to better understanding mindfulness, and how to practically apply it to your life.

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Mindfulness Journal

How might the direction of your life change if you could learn to at-ease from mindless thinking?

The Mindfulness Field Journal combines the practices of setting an intention, challenging perceptions, disarming judgmental thinking, and taking mindful action.


Somewhere inside, we hear a voice, and intuitively know the answer to any problem or situation we encounter. Our voice leads us in the direction of the person we wish to become, but it is up to us whether or not to follow.

— Pat Tillman


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The Mindful Way Men’s Group

Too often we confuse feeling with failing. The Mindful Way Mens group uses mindfulness-based interventions to establish a connection with what matters.

Learn how to loosen the grip from the life you had planned, so that you may experience the life that is waiting for you.