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Dr Kevin Craig

Profile pic - Dr Kevin Craig: Psychiatry in Harley Street, London
Dr Kevin Craig
Job title
Consultant Psychiatrist
Visiting Clinical Research Fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist for the NHS
Primary specialtyPsychiatry
Secondary specialtyPsychology
Year qualified
  • MBBCh (Witts)

  • MPhil (Cantab)

  • MRCPsych


Professional memberships

•The Royal Society of Medicine

•General Medical Council Specialist Register- GMC No. 4405702

•The Royal College of Psychiatrists

•British Association for Psychopharmacology

•European College of Neuropsychopharmacology

•Independent Doctors Forum


Date of GMC registration (dd/mm/yyyy)01 February 1997
PO Box 870
Greater London
+44 (0)1223 860030
+44 (0)1223 864678
Professional profile

Dr. Kevin Craig is a consultant psychiatrist and a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He is a visiting clinical research fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London. He is a specialist in adult psychiatry and addiction and holds an honorary consultant post in Oxford.

Dr. Craig has worked with some of the most eminent psychiatrists and psychologists in the UK and this depth and breadth of experience has formed the basis of his personal expertise.

During his training he worked at the Memory Clinic, run by the University of Cambridge, a world-renowned research clinic for memory disorders. He has also worked in psychotherapy, treating and assessing people with personality disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder.

After working for some time in neurosurgery and Accident & Emergency Medicine he moved to Cambridge, UK where he trained in psychiatry. Later he worked at the Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute in Cambridge where he conducted research into Obsessive-compulsive disorder and drug addiction.

Dr. Craig has an international reputation in psychiatry, having published widely in areas such as depression, anxiety and addiction.

Dr. Craig founded the Grove Psychiatry Group in 2010. Our doctors are all Consultant Psychiatrists, with extensive experience in assessing and treating mental health problems.

The Grove Psychiatry Group specialise in assessments, treatment and medical reports for the full range of psychiatric disorders. We offer flexible appointments, including evenings and weekends, with no waiting lists.

Grove Psychiatry Group offer consultations with psychiatrists at locations including Harley Street in central London, North London, Hertfordshire and Cambridge.

Areas of expertise



•Relationship problems

•Work stress

•Memory disorders


•Gambling addiction

•Mood swings


•Bipolar Disorder


•Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

•Mental Health aspects of physical illness

•Medico-legal expert witness reports

•Assessments and advice about psychotherapy and/or counseling


Medico-legal experience

•An Expert Witness for solicitors since 2002.  Both personal injury claims, employment tribnals and criminal justice cases.

•Experience of court appearance as an expert witness for both defendant and claimant.

•Previous member of the Expert Witness Register

•Previously provided expertise in cases involving refugees and asylum requests in which psychotrauma and post traumatic stress disorder featured extensively.

•My defendant: claimant ratio is roughly 1.3:1


Key publications

Craig KJ, Chamberlain SR. The neuropsychology of anxiety. (2010) In: Textbook of Anxiety Disorders, Second Edition. Stein, D and Hollander E, (Eds.): American Psychiatric Publishing. Washington DC.

Fineberg NA, Craig KJ. Pharmacotherapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder. (2010) In: Textbook of Anxiety Disorders, Second Edition. Stein, D and Hollander E, (Eds.): American Psychiatric Publishing. Washington DC.

Craig, K.J., Berrios, G.E. (2007) Mental health problems and mental illness. In Oxford Foundations: Training in Psychiatry. Basu, A., Taylor, J., McGuffin, P. ( Eds.) Oxford University Press.

Craig, K.J., Berrios GE, Markova I, Hietanen H. (2008) A scale for the measurement of Irritability in Neuropsychiatry. Psychiatry Research.159: 367-375.


Are you prepared to appear in court?
Court experience

Previous experience with expert witness testimony


Time frame for delivery of reports
Within twenty working days
Fees (Please provide details of your fee structure - optional)

My basic fee for the preparation of a medico-legal report without the review of medical records and only interview and examination of the client is £690.

My basic fee for the preparation of a medico-legal report, to include the review of medical records, interview and examination of the client, is £960.

I will notify the Instructor where the final invoice is likely to exceed the basic fee stated.

My hourly rate in respect of any further time spent by me in the preparation of the report and any other qualifying work, including addendum, is £280 per hour (the “Hourly Rate”).

There will be no additional charges for factual corrections.

Conferences with counsel including any travelling time thereto will also be charged at the Hourly Rate, and in addition the Instructor will be responsible for any travelling or other expenses I incur.

My attendance at court as an expert witness will be charged at the rate of £960 per day or part thereof (the “Court Rate”), and in addition the Instructor will be responsible for any travelling expenses or other reasonable expenses I incur.


UK regions covered
  • Cambridgeshire
  • Greater London
  • Harley Street
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