Josh Gibson, M.D.  attended medical school at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, where he received the Arnold P. Gold Foundation award for clinical excellence and commitment to humanism in medicine, and completed residency in psychiatry at UCSF, receiving the Alexander Simon Award for teaching.  He received the American Medical Association Foundation Leadership Award and was selected for a fellowship with the Group for Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP), a psychiatric think-tank. For 14 years, he was on faculty at UCSF before moving solely into private practice. His clinical work focuses on the neurobiology of relationships. 

Prior to becoming a psychiatrist, he was a senior consultant for Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), specializing for nearly five years in process re-engineering, organization development, and education design and delivery.  He consulted to multiple Fortune 500 companies in the retail, financial services and healthcare industries.  He currently sees executives privately and helps them work effectively with emotion and develop high performing relationships in the workplace.

As the chairman of GAP’s committee on Work and Organizations, he co-authored a manuscript about technology, litigation and globalization driving significant changes in workplace relationships and both co-authored and edited the e-book CAREERS: A Brainwise Guide to Finding Fulfillment at Work. He is presently at work on a project that provides practical application of neuroscience to relationships.