Preston provided interchangeable research-based interventions for youth and students experiencing a wide range of diagnoses and disabilities for the purpose of mental and behavioral rehabilitation.Coincidentally, the experience Preston received while working in Detention Centers and Residential Facilities lied a derivative into the counseling world. This encouraged him to pursue two Masters degrees. He received a Masters in School Counseling in 2009 from Wilmington University and a Masters in Special Education in 2013 from the University of West Georgia. Since earning his degree in School Counseling and Special Education, Preston worked as a Community Counselor (Supervised Therapist) with and also concurrently as a Special Education Teacher. Preston gained expertise in clinical modalities, assessments, and directed treatment. He expounded on Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Person-Centered approaches, and Brief Therapy.