Richard Sibbes (1577-1635) was a Puritan preacher in Cambridge and London, famous as a ‘physician of the soul’. Richard Sibbes on the Web helpfully collects together links to Sibbes’ writings (including a full version – with updated language – of his celebrated work, The Bruised Reed. Secondary sources of information are also listed.
My own opinion is that Sibbes ranks with Thomas Watson and William Gurnall as the most accessible of the Puritans. His pastoral counsel is outstandingly wise.