Therapy is a relationship where we collaborate to listen to you, the client and the story that your body is bringing. My therapeutic approach is rooted in relational psychotherapy and attachment theory perspectives. This means I am focused on how your internal world has been shaped by early relational attachments, as well as how they presently impact your relationships and broader life experience.
I operate with professional integrity. In our sessions, expect that I will listen in a nonjudgmental and confidential manner as I make every effort to understand and seek ways to come alongside you as an advocate for your health and well-being.
Scott Gibson received his Masters in Social Work from Loyola Chicago University’s School of Social Work, and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. For over 30 years Scott has worked with men, women and couples in a variety of settings. Scott has a focus working with men dealing with interpersonal issues and relational concerns.
Scott completed advanced certification in Trauma and Abuse from the Allender Center in Seattle, WA. and has extensive experience helping individuals dealing with childhood trauma and abuse. He currently works as a facilitator with the Allender Center. Scott sees himself as your partner in understanding the challenges in your life and bringing intention and direction to therapy. His direct, yet compassionate style will challenge you to optimal growth. His transparency and practical advice have placed him in high demand as a speaker.
Scott is a published author, leads both coed and men’s groups and facilitates weekend therapy retreats. Scott is married with three sons has completed multiple marathons and enjoys competing in dog agility with his dogs Scout and Pip.
600 Hart Road
Barrington, IL 60010
(847) 342-0400 voice or text