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Dr Sally Cubbin

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Written by a private patient at Cardinal Clinic
23rd July 2021


Wow!! I’m not sure how to start…. So bear with me….I’m a straight talker, always have been. I’m not a people pleaser never will be I say it how it is and these are my words…. My experience of what I’m still coming to terms with in a matter of days! shock/disbelief/happiness/disappointment/excitement and sadness…. But absolute relief….hope and OMG.. So Basically one extreme emotion to the opposite other. I’m so grateful for this awakening ( what cliche but true ) yet sad it’s taken 45 years of my life being on the frontline of my own private internal battle I didn’t have to be part of, I knew no better so it was my normal… that’s the sad part. ( The good is yet to come…. Trust me…) I’ve welled up in the last 3 days since diagnosis and the immediate “take a pill” clarity I’m experiencing. it’s like a sene out of that movie… LIMITLESS… if you’ve seen it! If not look it up. Yeah it’s that strange… and hard to come to terms with, a tablet, and a very fast acting tablet at that. I’ve been Prescribed with instant clarity. Hence the sadness of the wasted war I’ve lead for too long. That’s the sad and frustrating part of my diagnosis. Now the good part. The shocking/excitement/disbelief and relief. For me personally and I’ve been diagnosed with severe ADHD so the transformation so far is undeniably severe. For the better obviously. My everyday trates have/are disappearing I kid you not. I know it’s only been a matter of days but I know myself and how I am recognising the change in me. From wanting to get up and get on with the things that I’ve Yes at times avoided but eventually do and become numb to the point of going through the motions because that’s life and i have to muddle my way through with Confusion and winging it. To getting a kick out of dealing with them because I can and glad to see the back of them and not doing my own head in quietly with apprehension. It’s now Satisfaction…Now this is my very minimal and limited experience so far with obviously only few tasks in the last few days but I’ve crammed in more in these few days than I care to remember. But it’s how I feel and my personal experience. So I’m telling you. Don’t live in your own personal battle. There’s no need to. If your suspicions are correct it’s the best step you can take, for you and the people closest to you.. I can’t explain everything here and I’m struggling to put it in to more words than this but there’s been some blatant and subtle changes in me and they just keep coming. I had the best/easiest day with some family members today in too long. I actually had fun for once, oh I’ve not mislaid anything ( yet ) I’ve not been anxious, frustrated, short tempered, I’ve even noticed I’m not sweating as much. Weird. I could go on and I hope it keeps on going on tomorrow and the next. I’m not here to talk BS and I’ve never even cared to write anything like this to anyone about me let alone whoever you are. Why do I care. I don’t, but I do. Because I’d hate to think that someone could miss another 45 years of not having a piece of what I’m getting after all that I know of my own battle. It might all crash and burn for me next week how do I know, but it won’t I’m sure, That’s how powerful this is. That’s why I’m writing this. If you’ve landed on this honest and no messing review then you’ve already answered you have doubts then I Hope you’ve begin your own experience to live like you’ve never known existed. Powerful stuff it is... So Good luck and your in safe hands with Sally, let me make this clear. I do not know Dr Sally bar her diagnosis and am a patient and a very happy one at that. Again Good luck whoever you are and if my words prompt you to become limitless then that’s good enough for me. So long Soldier. I’d like to stay anonymous to the masses but if anyone wants to get hold of me via Dr Sally I’m happy cool with that.

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Written by a private patient at Cardinal Clinic
2nd June 2021


Embarking on seeking an ADHD assessment is quite daunting and Dr Cubbin and her team are fantastic. They are warm, responsive and take you clearly through it. I felt assured that whatever the outcome, I was with someone who would really know and be able to advise and that was invaluable to me. Dr Cubbin herself is superb, very kind and immediately puts you at ease. She is knowledgeable and informative. She listens and makes you feel very understood. She is flexible and supportive and great at supporting you through making treatment decisions and finding out what is best for you. I would highly recommend her and it worth waiting for the initial appointment and making the investment.

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Written by a private patient at Priory Wellbeing Centre Southampton
24th May 2021


I had a very positive experience with Dr Cubbin. I felt her assement was peronalised to me, taking care to gather as much information as possible before delivering a diagnosis and treatment plan that has helped me significantly. In addition, I found the information and explanation Dr Cubbin provided to be very useful.

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Written by a private patient at The Manor Hospital, Oxford
8th February 2021


Easy to contact and make appointment, very professional set up. I felt I had a thorough assessment and have learned a great deal in the process - in my case, how ADHD can get in the way of everyday life for someone even though, to an outsider looking in, you may be a successful and stable person - but on the inside have a constant challenge to stay that way. I felt I was perhaps being self indulgent seeking this assessment, she was very kind and supportive, totally put me at ease. Would recommend to anyone - am now on some treatment and it's made such a positive difference to me, and, I think, my loved ones.

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Written by a private patient at The Manor Hospital, Oxford
7th February 2021


My experience of Dr Cubbin is that she is a warm, caring and extremely experienced Consultant Psychiatrist. Dr Cubbin was recommended to me by the psychologist who diagnosed me with ADHD, after I was advised that there would be at least an 8-10 month delay on the NHS. Dr Cubbin talked me through the different treatment options and helped me to weigh up the pros and cons of each medication type. I was concerned about the cost of private treatment and any hidden/unnecessary costs but Dr Cubbin was very transparent about fees and at no point did I feel that I was being taken advantage of. Dr Cubbin has helped me to start to feel better after struggling for a very long-time with an undiagnosed and untreated condition. I would recommend Dr Cubbin as a skilled, incisive and efficient practitioner. All the best to those seeking to get help in this area!

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Dr Sally Cubbin was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2021 for delivering outstanding care.

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Dr Sally Cubbin is a highly qualified, experienced and caring Consultant Psychiatrist with special expertise in the diagnosis and management of Adult ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). She is happy to assess and treat patients from age 18 (sometimes age 16 and 17). She holds a Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from Oxford University and uses these skills for the treatment of mental illness using a psychological approach to compliment her medical skills. She is a member of the executive committee of the UK Adult ADHD Network (UKAAN) as well as a member of the training sub committee. In this role she has worked on the development of UKAANs national training programme which provides one and two day workshops for psychiatrists to learn how to assess for and treat adult ADHD, which she helps deliver. She was first registered by the General Medical Council (GMC number 4009027) in 1993 holds the degrees Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) from the University of Bristol, UK (1993) as well as a Masters Degree (MSc) in Psychological Medicine (University of Wales, Cardiff 2000). She completed her higher training in psychiatry in the Oxford Deanery and also The Maudsley Hospital, London. She worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist at the Maudsley Hospital Adult ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) National Referral Service in London for four years from 2008 to 2012 where she assessed and managed patients with this disorder. She now works in private practice and also provides an Adult ADHD service for the NHS in Southampton. She holds clinics at the Manor Hospital, Oxford, the Cardinal Clinic, Windsor as well as the Priory Wellbeing Centre in Southampton.

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