Dr Liliya Wheatcraft


Dr Liliya Wheatcraft - A Uniquely Qualified Psychiatrist of Autism

A medical doctor in her early 40s, Dr Liliya is a fully qualified member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

I am also Autistic and have ADHD.

I find myself in a uniquely privileged position which makes me different to most other psychiatrists. Through my profound understanding of my own difficulties and my NeuroAtypical nature I can recognise, appreciate and help others who live with Autism. I'm perfectly placed to understand the nature and impact of Autism in peoples lives.

I have the relevant medical and academic background to give support to those who need it most.

From then to now...

Growing up in a small town, I often found myself sitting on the sidelines, wondering why I wasn't like everybody else.

Struggling to feel like I genuinely belonged, I decided it was time to break free from my limitations and step into the person I was always meant to be - confident and free to live the life I'd always imagined. 

Now I've turned my transformation into an easy-to-follow system anyone can use to unlock their potential and start enjoying life like never before.

How I help Autistic People

I help Autistic people to grasp a more profound understanding of their own autistic thinking ad behaviour. With my support, they learn to answer important questions such as:

  • How does Autism affect me?
  • Which of my actions are best explained by Autism?
  • What do non-Autistic people think about me?
  • Why do non-Autistic people think about Autism in the way they do?
  • How can I lean on my strengths and minimise the impact of my vulnerabilities?
  • How can I feel better about myself?

I also help families and employers of autistic people - I use my empathetic nature and my own experience of Autism to help them understand, appreciate and celebrate the Autistic personality.

What Service is Right for You?

Private Consultations

Private online one-on-one sessions for Autistic people and their families. Explore your Autism, what it means to you and how to grow with it.

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Personal Courses

Take this step-by-step course and learn more about your Autism and how to live, work and grow with 'the difference'.

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Autism in the Workplace

For Autistic people and their employers. Learn the skills you need to live happily with your Autism at work.

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Autism is a difference - not a disability


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