Professor Chris Cook

Spirituality and PsychiatryBooks
  • Cook CCH, Powell A, Sims ACP (eds), 2009. Spirituality and Psychiatry, Royal College of Psychiatrists Press, London.
  • Cook C, 2007. The Use and Misuse of Alcohol, Grove Books, Cambridge.
  • Cook CCH, 2006. Alcohol, Addiction and Christian Ethics, Cambridge University Press.
Book Chapters
  • Cook CCH, 2008. Alcohol and Other Addictions, in Geary B, Bryan J (eds), The Christian Handbook of Abuse, Kevin Mayhew, Stowmarket, pp. 83-111.
  • Cook CCH, 2006. Personal responsibility and its relationship to substance misuse, in Beer DM, Pocock ND (eds), Mad, Bad or Sad? A Christian approach to antisocial behaviour and mental disorder, Christian Medical Fellowship, London, pp. 148-160.
  • Cook C, 2002. Mental health and mental illness, in Carr W, Capps D, Gill R, Obholzer A, Page R, van Deusen Hunsinger D, Williams R (eds), The New Dictionary of Pastoral Studies, SPCK, London, pp. 218-220.
Journal Articles
  • Cook CCH, Tarbet H, Ball D, 2007. Classically intoxicated, British Medical Journal, 335, pp. 1302-1304.
  • Cook, CCH, 2007. AA’s first European experience and the spiritual experience of AA (Editorial), Addiction, 102, pp. 846-847.
  • Jackson P, Cook CCH, 2005. Introduction of a spirituality group in a community service for people with drinking problems, Journal of Substance Use, 10 (6), pp. 375-383.
  • Cook CCH, 2004. Addiction and spirituality, Addiction, 99, pp. 539-551.
  • Cook CCH, 2004. Psychiatry and mysticism, Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 7, pp. 149-163.
  • Cook CCH, 2003. William James’ varieties of religious experience and Jungian varieties of human nature: The nature of the relationship between religious experience, belief and psychological type, Journal of Beliefs & Values, 24, pp. 139-154.
  • Hope LC, Cook CCH, Stephenson G, 2002. Exploration of the perceptions of social climate for three types of substance abuse treatment programmes in England, Therapeutic Communities, 23, pp. 18-32.
  • Hope LC, Cook CCH, 2001. The role of Christian commitment in predicting drug use amongst church affiliated young people, Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 4, pp. 109-117.
  • Cook CCH, Goddard D, Westall R, 1997. Knowledge and experience of drug use amongst church affiliated young people, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 46, pp. 9-17.
  • Cook CCH, 1985. Leukaemia in the family, British Medical Journal 291, pp. 1810-1811.
Other articles
  • Cook C, 2008. The Philokalia and Mental Wellbeing, Society of the Sacred Mission European Province Magazine, November, pp. 4-5.
  • Cook C, 2007. Considering the link between spirituality and addiction, SCANbites, 4 (3), pp. 10-11.
  • Powell A, Cook C, 2006. Spirituality and Psychiatry Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, in ‘Reaching the Spirit’, Social Perspectives Network Study Day, Social Perspectives Network, London, pp. 34-35.
  • Cook C, 2006. Spirituality and psychiatry today: the work of the Spirituality Special Interest Group in the Royal College of Psychiatrists, in ‘Reaching the Spirit’, Social Perspectives Network Study Day, Social Perspectives Network, London, p. 33.
  • Cook C, 2005. Problem drinking – the bigger picture, Triple Helix, 32 (Summer), pp. 8-9.
  • Cook C, 2005. A theology of the use and misuse of alcohol, Borderlands, 4 (Summer), pp. 32-34 (A version of this article also appeared in Alcohol Alert, (2), 2006, pp. 20-23).
  • Cook C, 2001. Take care on the cannabis laws!, The Church of England Newspaper, 2 November, p. 11.
  • Cook C, 1997. Demon possession and mental illness, Nucleus (Christian Medical Fellowship student journal), July, pp. 13-17.
  • Cook C, 1996. We should not abuse our position of trust, Journal of the Christian Medical Fellowship, 42 (2), pp. 10-11.
  • Cook C, 1995. Medical aspects of the ‘Toronto phenomena’, Journal of the Christian Medical Fellowship, 41 (2), pp. 11-13.