Jack Johnston received his BA in French from Pomona College, Claremont California which included a Junior Year in Paris studying with Professor Jacques Filliolet one of the top Psycholinguistics- and Phonetics Scholars in France.
He received his Masters Degree in Psychology from the California School for Professional Psychology (“CSPP”) San Francisco – a school founded by a former President of the American Psychological Association with the expressed purpose of providing intensive clinical training practicum throughout the graduate program.
Jack studied an additional year at CSPP and served as a Special Training Assistant to Dr. Nancy Maihoff, the Department Chair of Statistics and Research Design.
Subsequently, Jack continued acquiring Clinical experience in the field, working in the East Oakland California ghetto area under clinical tutelage by Dr. Dan Considine, a Ph. D. in Psychology and Senior Probation Officer and Senior Clinical Training Officer in the Alameda County Juvenile Probation Department.
In 1996 Jack heard David Oates interviewed by Art Bell on several occasions.
Upon hearing David’s exposition of his discovery of Reverse Speech and his development of its clinical use, Jack contacted him and relocated to Southern California to begin intensive training and ultimate certification by David as the only person to date being awarded the coveted Reverse Speech Analysis Certifying Trainer diploma, permitting him to train and certify Reverse Speech Analysts through the Practitioner level.
Since that time Jack has conducted a private practice in Reverse Speech consultation and training, using his trademarked brand of Subliminal Speech Analysis™.
His practice concentrates on working with criminal defense attorneys, providing otherwise inaccessible leads to specific admissible evidence.
He also consults corporate senior management and owners as well as private individuals.
He has just launched a new website which may be reached at subspeech.com. Jack welcomes inquiries by anyone, anywhere in the world.
While consulting an attorney in a criminal defense case, in one reversal, Jack found a specific name and action that led him to urge DNA analysis of the crime scene evidence. The state police lab results subsequently corroborated Jack’s hypothesis, and as a result all charges against the two young men were dropped.