Professional Details

Lynn Johnson
Certified
Practitioner MediatorPractitioner Mediator

LM Johnson Mediation

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278 S. Main St.
Independence, OR 97351
USA
562 286 9103

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Description of Practice

This Mediator is Certified
Brings conflict management to the providers and users of technology systems. Combines decades of experience in the acquisition and implementation of technology systems with the techniques and tools of current conflict resolution and management to deliver the exact resources to the task, where they're needed. Focus is on conflict consulting including mediation, facilitation, and negotiation as well as conflict auditing.

As a mediator provides in-court mediations for small claim, unlawful detainer, and civil harassment as well as community issues.

Professional Background

Innovative applications of technology systems to real life problems including early use of geographic based data in social research, administrative data in medical research, computer adaptive testing in justice education, departmental computer networks in higher education, and current technology in justice and court organizations.

Experience

Development of a state of the art international ADR center, the Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution - AAA.
Small Claims mediation - Center for Conflict Resolution
Unlawful Detainer mediation - California Association of Professional Mediators
Civil Harassment mediation - California Association of Professional Mediators
Community mediation - Center for Civic Mediation, LACBA
Mediation panel member - U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Central California

Degrees

Undergraduate study in Psychology
Graduate study in Psychology and Statistics

Training

Dates    Trainer(s)    Title   
Fall 2013    Gail Nugent and Lynne Bassis    Basic Mediation - 30
Fall 2013    Gail Nugent     Advanced Mediation - 10
Spring 2014    Wendy Kramer    SCMA Mentorship - 20
Spring 2014    Ken Cloke    Mediation and Conflict Resolution - 32
Spring 2014    Ken Cloke    Community Dialog - 8
Spring 2014    Ken Cloke    Conflict Resolution Consulting - 18

Approach

Disputes are information events that indicate where the interests of parties collide. It is in understanding the differences in those interests that we can begin to understand the important concerns and values. It is by developing options that respect the interests of the parties and find common grounds that we find solutions. Once we have those solutions, we have the potential of enhancing any relationship between the parties. Focus must be on the information the dispute reveals, paying attention to that information informs the development of viable options.

Areas of Practice

  • Automotive (50 mediated)
  • Business (35 mediated)
  • Commercial (20 mediated)
  • Community (10 mediated)
  • Family (30 mediated)
  • Landlord - Tenant (60 mediated)
  • Online Mediation
  • Organizational
  • Parent-Teen
  • Personal Injury (45 mediated)
  • Professional Fees (13 mediated)
  • Restorative (Juvenile)
  • Small Claims
  • Technology (1 mediated)
  • Workplace (15 mediated)

Professional Services

  • Mediator
  • Conflict Coach
  • Systems Designer
  • Strategic Planning
  • Online Mediator
  • Mediation Consultant
  • Mediation Trainer

References available upon request.

This dispute resolution professional keeps liability insurance.