Terrill L. Gibson, Ph.D.
is a diplomate pastoral psychotherapist, an approved supervisor for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and a diploma Jungian analyst who practices individual and family therapy with Pastoral Therapy Associates in Tacoma. He lectures and writes widely on the basic theme of the integration of psychotherapy and spirituality. He has been a frequent consultant, faculty, supervisor, and facilitator for a variety of Pacific Northwest universities, social service agencies, corporations, and religious congregations. He has a passion for film, sea kayaks, and the blues.In 1997, a book he co-edited with Laura Dodson, Ph.D., Psyche and Family, was published by Chiron Press. Most recently, he has written two book chapters:
He is now working on a collaborative project in Jungian Psychology, Film, and Spirituality. This culminates a long-held central analytic interest in cinema and psyche. He has taught regional and national psychology-and-cinema seminars and used film in graduate/post graduate psychotherapy training courses for over twenty years.
Titles of some of these seminars include: