As a family therapist, Lyndal has worked with parents and their children across the parenting life span: from post- natal issues, toddlers, primary aged children, adolescents to young adults. She has a particular interest in helping parents and their children/adolescents, in their relationships, and helping them to be on track in their lives. As a couples therapist, she is interested in helping couples reduce conflict, communicate effectively and have greater connection and intimacy in their relationships. She also works extensively with anxiety, depression, grief and trauma.
Lyndal has provided training for 15 years in the Graduate Diploma of Couple and Family Therapy program at the Australian Institute of Relationship Studies (AIRS). She has taught family therapy and counselling to undergraduate social work students and also postgraduate students, in the Master of Couple of Family Therapy program, at UNSW. Lyndal has also co-authored a student textbook chapter with David Allan, on working with adolescents and their families, in, "A Practical Guide to Family Therapy" (Rhodes & Wallis, 2011).