Learn why Tiny Habits® is a game-changer for people living with ADHD. With the Tiny Habits® method as the framework, you can start making changes in your life today that will reduce stress and overwhelm. When you complete the Tiny Habits® for Functioning Better with ADHD Course, you’ll have a better understanding of how to implement Tiny Habits® into your daily life.

In Tiny Habits® for Functioning Better with ADHD Course, you will learn:

  • The structure of a Tiny Habit®
  • How to design and implement Tiny Habits®
  • Ways to create a Tiny Habit® environment in your home
  • How to teach children to create Tiny Habits®
  • How to reduce stress with your children
  • And more!

 This course is for …

  • Parents and families with ADHD
  • Adults/Curious self-directed learners!
  • Anyone looking to improve their life and reduce stress and overwhelm
  • Anyone who struggles with brain fog, feeling distracted or overwhelmed with their workload, whether working from home or out of the home, and is in need of a strategy to be more efficient

About Your Instructors:

Stephanie Marcusky of Authentic Growth Coaching

Stephanie Marcusky, the founder of Authentic Growth Coaching, is a wife and mother of two children, both diagnosed with ADHD. She herself was diagnosed at 43 with ADHD.

She has a Bachelors in Construction from the University of Florida, and an MBA from the University of Southern Mississippi, but she cycled through multiple jobs, even before having children. Having 2 kids in less than 5 years seemed to make the chaos worse. After losing a really special job created just for her, she finally got tested and diagnosed for ADHD. But even that wasn’t quite enough to make things click.

Psychiatrists were really expensive, therapy wasn’t changing things quickly enough, and traditional coaching with someone inexperienced in ADHD left her feeling like she was spinning her wheels. Looking specifically for coaching for people with ADHD, she found Laurie Dupar’s International ADHD Coach Training Center and set out to become her own coach and teach others how to overcome the problems ADHD creates by focusing on the strengths ADHD can reveal.

Headshot of Amy Voros, owner of Creative Catapult Coach
Amy Voros of Creative Catapult Coach

Amy Voros, the founder of Creative Catapult Coach, is a Certified Professional Coach at the PCC (Professional Certified Coach) level. She is also a member of the ACO (ADHD Coaches Organization), and CHADD (Children & Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder). She holds a BA in Business Administration and has completed coursework in Entrepreneurship, as well as with JST Coaching and Impact ADHD as a Sanity School Trainer.  Amy has recently also completed a certification as a Tiny Habits® Coach. She was diagnosed in her 30s with ADHD and has been Gifted since birth.

She has a zest for life, and she holds a uniquely flexible outlook on it; it might have something to do with being ADHD herself! She loves to listen, think, and create. She knows learning about herself and helping others do the same is the coolest career choice ever. With all due respect, your ideal life and career probably don’t look exactly like hers. THAT’S GOOD!

What people are saying about the Tiny Habits® for Functioning Better with ADHD Course:

“I wanted to take a moment and thank Stephanie and Amy for putting this together on the Tiny Habits®. As someone who has dealt with ADHD most of my life, the idea of small, Tiny Habits® feel like very doable action steps to always keep me moving forward. The part about putting on my oxygen mask, breathing, stretching, and organizing both my physical and mental space really hit home for me. Sometimes, we have to take care of ourselves first. I have already started implementing the steps and started my first couple Tiny Habits®. Great information and I look forward to learning more.”

Ryan R., Little Rock, AR

“I liked that it’s bite sized and easily digestible. It’s straightforward and includes some helpful tips and examples from real life scenarios. It addresses the specifics that arise when children are involved and it’s not just about us anymore.”

Stephanie Z., Venice, FL