Lynne Campbell-Gillies has counselled for several organisations including the Depression and Anxiety Support Group, Headway (for brain injured individuals), and the Martindale Counselling Centre in Johannesburg building up a wealth of experience in many areas of human problems including trauma counselling, bereavement, marriage guidance, career guidance, sexual identity problems, dealing with traumatic brain injured individuals and their families, HIV-AIDS counselling, living with cancer, and many more.

Her doctorate, D. Litt et Phil (Psychology), was obtained from the University of Johannesburg. My thesis was entitled: The Effect of Guided Imagery and Relaxation on Patients Receiving treatment for Non-metastatic Cancer. This study enabled her to work with many inspiring individuals using a very effective tool, namely, 'guided imagery' to help people manage the side-effects of their cancer treatment.

Her private practice is located at the Kloof Medical Centre where I work in a dynamic, healing environment with other medical professionals including doctors, dentists, a physiotherapist and dietician.