About the Authors
Roland Rotz, Ph.D., is a licensed child and adult psychologist, director of the Lifespan Development Center in Carpinteria, California, and a nationally recognized expert on ADD. While offering a full range of diagnostic and clinical services, Dr. Rotz also specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of ADD and co-occurring conditions. Over the past 15 years, he has focused his attention on establishing and maintaining effective treatment strategies for children, adolescents, and adults with ADD. More recently, he has addressed the needs of those with chronic disorganization. Over the years Dr. Rotz has begun and continues to facilitate support groups for adults in Santa Barbara, California. He is currently affiliated with the University of California, Santa Barbara and Santa Barbara City College. As an expert in the field of ADD, Dr. Rotz gives presentations regionally and nationally.
You can visit his web site: www.docrotz.com
Sarah Wright, M.S., A.C.T.
Sarah Wright, M.S., A.C.T., is a professional personal coach, one of the few in the nation trained specifically to work with people affected by ADD. Sarah has also been a personal organizer, program manager, resource director, and corporate executive. Additionally, she is the parent of a child with ADD and Asperger’s Syndrome, and knows first hand the joys and frustrations of living with these differences. She lives near San Diego, California, where, in addition to her coaching and writing, she is involved in ADD support groups, education, and advocacy.
You can visit her web site at: www.swcc.biz