Almost 40 years ago, Peter McCann and his wife, Dr Margaret Ann McCann, began helping people with drug and alcohol addiction into a life of recovery. This eventually led to the founding of Castle Craig Hospital in 1988. As he celebrates his 80th birthday having spent half of his lifetime helping people overcome addiction, we […]
On the 11th of January, Castle Craig’s Medical Director, Professor Jonathan Chick accepted a further honorary chair at Edinburgh Napier University. He gave his inaugural lecture, reflecting on 40 years in alcohol research and treatment.
Castle Craig’s Medical Director, Prof Jonathan Chick has received the Max Glatt Award for his contribution to the field of addiction treatment, research and education.
Castle Craig Rehab is seeking applicants for the position of Staff Nurse. Read this article to apply for a nursing job and find what working with us is like.
Castle Craig welcomes you to our new London service. This will be a diagnostic, referral and aftercare centre, and we will be arranging referrals to Castle Craig Hospital in Scotland and Smarmore Castle in Ireland.
Dr. Glynis Read PhD, has been appointed to the position of Treatment Coordinator at Castle Craig Hospital. Glynis trained as an addictions counsellor at Hazelden, Minnesota and has been with Castle Craig for 18 years.
Professor Chick is the Medical Director at Castle Craig Hospital in Scotland. He is chief editor of ‘Alcohol and Alcoholism’, which is the official journal of the Medical Council on Alcohol. Read his impressive profile here.
Professor Jonathan Chick, leading consultant psychiatrist and researcher in the addiction field, joins Castle Craig as the new medical director.
How do therapists working in an addiction rehab clinic deal with patients whose lives have been turned around by drugs and alcohol abuse, trauma and suffering?
Professor Griffith Edwards, who was responsible for defining the modern concept of addiction used by the World Health Organisation, has died.
Read Peter McCann, Castle Craig Chairman’s opening speech at the 2012 Reunion and pdates about the staff team & other activities over the last year.
Castle Craig congratulates Prof. Neil McKeganey on receiving the Bejerot Award for his contribution to research & policy on drug abuse.
Therapists of Castle Craig addiction treatment clinic talked to Dutch psychology students from the University of Tilburg on their study trip to Edinburgh.
MSP Helen Eadie of the Scottish Labour Party, visited Castle Craig’s residential addiction facilities and discussed the effects of methadone on the brain.