Counseling

Gary Sibcy

gsibcy@liberty.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. The Union Institute and University School of Clinical and Professional Psychology, 1995 Major: Clinical Psychology
  • M.A. Liberty University, 1992 Major: Counseling Psychology
  • B.S. Liberty University, 1990 Major: Clinical Psychology

Qualifications or Other Experience

Previous Experience

  • Piedmont Psychiatric Center, Lynchburg, VA, Position: Clinical Psychologist
  • Light Counseling, Inc., Lynchburg, VA, 1992-99, Position: Clinical Director
  • Kids Haven, Position: Board Member
  • Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA, 1995-96, 2002, Position: Adjunct Professor
  • The Union Institute School of Clinical and Professional Psychology, Position: Adjunct Professor
  • Centra Health, Lynchburg, VA, 1997-99, Position: Practicum Student
  • Centra Health, Lynchburg, VA, 1999-2000, Position: Intern
  • Light Counseling, Inc., Lynchburg, VA, 1992-94, Position: Intern
  • Family Assessment and Planning Teams, 1992-94, Position: Home-based Family Therapist
  • Residential Youth and Family Counselor, 1990-92
  • Delta Outreach Detention Caseworker, 1990-92

Memberships

  • American Psychological Association
  • American Association of Christian Counselors

Publications

  • Sibcy, G. (2000). Adult attachment styles and psychopathology in a clinical sample. Doctoral Dissertation, The Union Institute and University: School of Clinical and Professional Psychology.
  • Clinton, T. & Sibcy, G. (2002). Attachments: Why we love, feel, and act the way we do. Nashville: Integrity Press.
  • Brende, J., Dill, J., Dill, B., & Sibcy, G. An integrated model for treating PTSD in a primary care setting. Southern Medical Journal.
  • Dill, B., Dill, J., Sibcy, G., & Brende, J. The RN's role in the office treatment of patients with histories of abuse: An attachment informed approach. Journal of Gastroenterological Nursing.
  • Dill, B., Sibcy, G., Dill, J. Abuse, threat, and irritable bowel syndrome: What is the connection? Journal of Gastroenterological Nursing.
  • Sibcy, G. A. & Habermas, G. R. Religious uncertainty and negative emotionality: A new instrument for measuring religious doubt. Article under review in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.
  • Clinton, T. & Sibcy, G. (In production). The Angry, Defiant, and Strong-Willed Child: A manual for parents and therapist. Nashville: Integrity Press.
  • Sibcy, G., Clinton, T., & Habermas, G. (In Press). Attachment as a Metatheory for Christian Counseling. In Competent Christian Counseling II. Nashville: Integrity Press.
  • Sibcy, G. & Clinton, T. (In production, requested article). Working With Angry Defiant Children and Their Families: An attachment informed approach. Journal of Marriage and Family: A Christian Journal.
  • Clinton, T. & Sibcy, G. (In Press). Attachment and Counseling. The Geneva Institute series: A 3-hour video production with manual guide.
  • Clinton, T. & Sibcy, G. (In Press). Angry Defiant Children. Helping People God's Way Video Series.
  • Sibcy, G. (In Press). Treating Panic Disorder. The Geneva Institute Series: A 3-hour video production with manual guide.

Certification & Licensure

  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist