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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr William Crook at Spire include:
Psychiatry Depression Anxiety disorders Trauma psychiatry Bipolar disorders Alcohol misuse Eating disorders Psychotic disorders Rehabilitation psychiatry Forensic psychiatry
Dr Crook trained in medicine at Oxford and London Universities qualifying in 1983. He studied psychology at Oxford to understand nonmedical models of the mind. He trained in Psychiatry on the Oxford and Cambridge schemes. Dr Crook has 23 years of full time experience as a practicing consultant in the NHS employed by Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust. He has worked within all aspects of general and old age psychiatry. He has served as the Royal College of Psychiatrists Tutor to train doctors in psychiatry.
Dr Crook has been the Consultant Psychiatrist to the students of the University of East Anglia and Norwich Samaritans. He has been providing medico-legal services since 1993 and in private practice since 2008. Dr Crook is currently a Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist to Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust with duties to train and mentor newly appointed consultants.
Psycho geriatric medicine
Special Clinical Interests: Depression, Anxiety disorders, Trauma psychiatry, Bipolar disorders, Alcohol misuse, Eating disorders, Psychotic disorders, Rehabilitation psychiatry, Forensic psychiatry.
Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Member of the Community Rehabilitation, Eating Disorders and Old Age sections of the college
Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation TrustBack to top
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