Dr Daniel Gibson is a general adult psychiatrist. He completed his initial medical degree at the University of New South Wales in 1994 and conducted most of his training as a psychiatrist at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick, completing his training as a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in 2002 with a New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry Fellowship in administrative psychiatry, followed by further experience in health management in the public sector.
He has had past extensive experience in various clinical settings his both the public and private sectors including acute mental health units and community services and at the Albion Street Centre as a HIV consultation-liaison psychiatrist. He has worked in private practice in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney since 2004. He has links to the groups and inpatient programs at the Sydney Clinic as a visiting medical Ofc at this facility. He currently holds a conjoint lecturer status at UNSW. He has been a visiting psychiatrist at the UNSW Health Service since July 2014.
His particular interests include mood and anxiety disorders, psychosis, drug and alcohol conditions and other addictive behaviours, HIV psychiatry, and interpersonal difficulties. He can provide guidance about diagnosis and management including pharmacological management and he has an eclectic approach to psychotherapy including CBT, schema therapy, supportive psychotherapy, and EMDR, and can therefore give guidance as to appropriate modes of psychotherapy as part of an overall management plan in conjunction psychological services and the general practitioners at the Health Service.