Special clinical interests: Medico-legal Assessments
Dr John Wilkins
Mood Disorders, Substance Misuse, Work Related Mental Health Problems
Dr Wilkins has worked in independent practice for over 20 years and now devotes all his time to his psychiatric practice in Windsor and London. He has a holistic approach concentrating not only on symptoms and medical treatment but also on lifestyle, diet and other aspects of life including work and relationships.
Dr Wilkins is a General Adult Psychiatrist with a special interest in mood and anxiety disorders especially when complicated by substance misuse and personality or behavioural problems. He has jointly set up the Cardinal Clinic’s Bipolar Disorder Service.
Dr Wilkins has had research interests in a variety of areas but most recently in mental health in the workplace. He regularly involves employers on how they can improve the work environment to the benefit of all employees, not just patients. He has given expert evidence regularly at Employment Tribunals.
Dr Wilkins has had accredited forensic psychiatric training and routinely provides expert reports to all Courts and other legal settings.
He provides training for the Mental Health and Mental Health Capacity Acts.
Research Interests: Mental Health in the Work Place
Current NHS and/or university posts: N/A
Year of first medical qualification: 1978
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies:
Fellow of Royal College of Psychiatrists
Member of Royal Society of Medicine
Contact details: Cardinal Clinic secretary Julia Hazell 01753 848508