Jack Johnston: MA, Developer, Facilitator, and Coach

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Expanded Lovemaking episode 28: Multiple Orgasm Triggers – A Program For More Pleasurable and Intensified Orgasms with Jack Johnston

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Jack Johnston is an Adult Sexuality Educator and a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists. He received his undergraduate degree from Pomona College, Claremont California, and his M.A. in Psychology from the California School for Professional Psychology.

While completing his M.A., Jack developed a powerful clinical method using dreams and visualization based on a synthesis of Ericksonian Hypnotherapy and shamanic traditions. It's been effective for healing nightmares and traumatic memories, and for personal growth.

He has taught the process to clinicians and the public throughout the US and Canada, and his discovery and development of the Multiple Orgasm Trigger™ in 1993 resulted from his personal use of this dreamwork method.

Since 1995 through his audio seminars, online training forums, participants' blog area, and live chats he hosts personally, Jack has been successfully teaching adults throughout the world and across the spectrum of gender and sexual orientation how to access The Peak Experience™ by using the Multiple Orgasm Trigger Protocol™.

Jack has discussed this breakthrough discovery on numerous syndicated and network radio programs and his methods for a more fulfilling sex life, lasting longer in bed and achieving multiple orgasms has been mentioned favorably in widely popular publications such as Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot by Deborah Sundahl and Red Hot Tantra by David Ramsdale.

In addition to being published in English, the audio seminars have been translated into French and Japanese.

Posting rights to Jack’s online training and support forum and blog area, and participation in the live chats is included for everyone that purchases his introductory audio seminar.

To encourage an open, mutually respectful, and supportive dialogue, Jack encourages participants to register for the Forum using a pseudonym.