Prior to entering private practice, he was a staff psychologist at Holland Hospital, where he provided outpatient psychotherapy, couple counseling, psychological testing, and clinical supervision in the clinic known as Behavioral Health Services, and also provided on-call consultation to the Emergency Department.
Currently, in addition to his private practice, he provides consultation and supervision for practicing therapists in the lakeshore community.
Dr. Gibson's therapy practice is confined to adults. Over the years, he's helped people address a variety of issues, some of which of are listed below:
- Anxiety disorders –– panic attacks, social anxiety, anxiety at work - Depression, problems with mood - Relationship problems: marital issues, recovery from infidelity, separations, breakups - The effects of traumatic stress –– PTSD, recovery from childhood abuse - Eating Disorders - Self-defeating behavior patterns - Self-injurious behaviors (e.g., cutting) - Divorce adjustment - coping with painful recovery process - Physical complaints with no known medical cause - Job stress, vocational setbacks, career issues
On a personal note, he was born and raised in Holland, Michigan. He is married, has an adult daughter, and an exuberant dog.
If you'd like to discuss the prospect of therapy with him, call (616) 218-8059. If you reach his voicemail, there's a very good chance he's in session. Please leave a message and he’ll return your call when time permits.