Mrs Lyn Shirley Preston

Mrs Lyn Shirley Preston

Counsellor | Family Therapist
Online Therapy Available
Next available Wednesday, May 22nd
Online Therapy

As a mother, step mother and grandparent of a large family, I have much life experience. After the loss of my teenage son I had to cope with single parenting and self employment. I find working with children very rewarding. Supporting the parents or caregiver can make such a difference. With many children being in blended families, I like to focus on how each family member connects. Whether it's the adult or the child, each one of us needs to feel 'seen' and appreciated to thrive and grow. A family cannot function when one person is hurting. Working with children can inform us of ways to view things differently , allowing for compromise and for each family member to give voice to their needs, thus avoiding conflict. My work with adults is to provide the support that enables awareness of how issues that are causing anxiety might be better managed and to offer up ways of living a fuller more purposeful life. My clients (adults and children) appear to gain more insight into their lives, their triggers and how to manage better when they have engaged with Sandplay therapy or Dreamwork interpretation, offering opportunity for a new sense of freedom and joy.


Masters Degree in Gestalt Therapy. Diploma in Counselling.




children, adults, families

Therapy Type

gestalt therapy, narrative therapy, visualisation

  • acceptance
  • abuse
  • anxiety
  • body image and eating disorders
  • break up and divorce
  • career change
  • communication skills
  • coping issues
  • domestic violence
  • end of life
  • family issues
  • grief and loss
  • insecurities
  • life changes
  • loneliness and isolation
  • parenting
  • personal development
  • relationship issues
  • self esteem and confidence
  • sexual abuse
  • trauma
  • upbringing issues
  • alcohol or drug recovery
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$200 NZD
Or free if your organisation uses Clearhead to provide wellbeing support
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