All personnel of Subconsious Communication Training Institute have a strong academic background, most with Masters Degrees or better, but more importantly are qualified experienced practitioners. The staff are truly "been there, done that" individuals who are recognized as experts in their fields.
Contrary to many presenters who attend a program and then pass on the information to students, our staff can assist you, not only in the training process or consulting role, but are available for all aspects of follow-up scrutiny. They are certified experts in courts of law throughout the United States and stand ready to share that knowledge and those experiences with your personnel in a professional, integrity first environment. If you are looking for an entire program or a speaker as part of a conference, Subconsious Communication Training Institute provides the nation's very best.
Whether you seek a short hour length speech or a week long presentation our staff has academic credentials, supported by years of practical experience, to provide a superior training experience!
Chief S. A. Rhoads,
Ph.D. Behavioral Science
President and Founder
Chief Rhoads is undeniably one of the leading internationally recognized experts in the field of Interview and Interrogation, Subconscious Communication® and Body Language. An acknowledged leader in the law enforcement community he serves on several committees at the International, State and Local level. He is a certified police instructor in 17 States and has presented his material to agencies in all 50 states, every federal law enforcement agency and students from 67 foreign countries. Dr. Rhoads has served as an expert witness in court proceedings concerning these topics and the subject of physiological testing utilized in Driving Under the Influence cases. Rhoads has been recognized for solving many major felony crimes in several differing jurisdictions, including Senate Resolutions in the States of Mississippi and Illinois, using his Subconscious Communication® techniques. Chief Rhoads is a 3-time recipient of the Medal of Valor and numerous other awards and commendations. His techniques and successful application of these theories have been featured in newspapers throughout the US, he has served as a consultant to the "Montel" show, NBC and FOX television and has been featured in articles in the Chicago Tribune, Washington Times, Women's World Magazine and others. Steve Rhoads is a pilot, advanced scuba diver, amateur magician and professional rodeo clown.
Dr. Roger Solomon
PhD. Psychologist, Auburn University
Dr. Solomon is arguably the nation's leading expert in the evaluation and treatment of post critical incident trauma. He has served as the Police Psychologist for the Colorado Springs, CO Police Department, the Washington State Police and is a distinguished member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Psychological Committee. Roger has lectured internationally on critical incident trauma since 1980 and works with groups such as the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and many state and local organizations. He is credited with the creation of the first statewide support network for police employees having created an extensive support and treatment group in Colorado. He has published several articles on the topic in professional journals both in the law enforcement and psychological community. After the much publicized incident in Waco, TX, Dr. Solomon was chosen as the lead mental health professional to provide service to agents involved.
Captain R. G. "Butch" Milan (Ret), M.A. University of Central Oklahoma
Captain Milan brings twenty-five plus years of progressive experience and responsibility in State, County and Federal Law Enforcement to our training staff. Captain Milan retired from the Louisiana State Police where he directed the State Police Narcotic Enforcement Programs. Upon his retirement he served as the Federal Program Manager for the US Department of Transportation, Transportation Safety Institute's Drug Interdiction Assistance Program. He is currently the Executive Director of the National Association of Criminal Interdiction Officers. They nationally recognize Butch for his exceptional accomplishments in the development, application and management of innovative criminal enforcement and drug interdiction programs. He has helped in the development and start-up of drug interdiction programs in twenty-three different states and has served as an expert witness in numerous legal and civil actions involving the topic. He is the recipient of many awards and commendations including the US Drug Enforcement Administration's "Administrator's Award" the highest non-valor award given.