Meet the team at New Landscape Mediation: Johnathan Pease

Meet the team at New Landscape Mediation Johnathan PeaseMeet the team at New Landscape Mediation: Johnathan Pease is one of the founding partners of New Landscape Mediation. Originally from the USA, Johnathan moved to the UK in 1989.

Having initially received a certificate in Counselling from the University of Hertfordshire in 1996, Johnathan began training as a relationship therapist with Relate qualifying in 1998 as a couple therapist. Since then he has practiced extensively in both private and organisational settings with couples and small family groups.

In addition to this expertise in relationship dynamics Johnathan has gone on to achieve three additional Post Graduate Diplomas in Counselling/Psychotherapy including a specialist Post Grad Dip. working with Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse, and an advance Post Grad. Dip. in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Now a fully accredited Law Society mediator and accredited BACP counsellor/psychotherapist, Johnathan is also a member of the UK College of Mediators, and an affiliate member of Resolution. An accredited Law Society mediator, Johnathan is able to conduct and sign off on Mediation Information Assessment Meetings (MIAMs) for divorce mediation and is also certificated to conduct Direct Consultations with Children (DCC). Most recently Johnathan has become internationally accredited to mediate in Civil and Commercial matters as well.

Through New Landscape Mediation, Johnathan is a busy practicing Family Mediator working alongside a wide range of law firms across London and the Home counties. Bringing to divorce mediation and family law over 20 years of practical experience with couples and families, Johnathan takes a flexible and pragmatic approach in his work.  His understanding of relationship dynamics and extensive experience resolving family conflict gives him a unique skill set which can be interwoven into the divorce process and has proven to facilitate what can be a very difficult and trying time for clients. Where there are extenuating emotional or psychological issues which may hinder a successful outcome within divorce mediation, Johnathan draws on his past training and experience as a Law Society accredited mediator to combine therapeutic skills and process knowledge with the time sensitive and practical needs of the mediation process.

In 2009 Johnathan began working in family law and is currently an active member of the Herefordshire, Essex, Cambridge and Northampton Collaborative Family Law Pods.


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