March 1st, 2023

Episode 5 - Podcast

[PART 1 of Interview]

Liliya Engelke is an ADHD coach and behavioural scientist who was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. In this two-part conversation we take a deep dive into behavioural patterns and habit forming with the challenges of ADHD.

We explore how behavioural science can help you peel back the layers and examine why you’re doing what you’re doing, instead of operating on autopilot.

Lilly talks about:
• observable vs. internal behaviour traits and why that’s an important distinction in the scientific study of ADHD

• how our behaviours are learned

• why Lilly assesses her client’s external environment to create modifications for habit success

• why emotions can also be learned behaviours

• how emotional dysregulation contributes to overwhelm and executive dysfunction

• how our brains create positive/negative associations unconsciously

• and why we always crave junk food when watching TV

• plus so much more!


And make sure you check out Part 2 for the rest of this value-packed conversation.

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