Welcome to the new PAAC.


One Upcoming Project…
We are overhauling the Credentialing Experience:

To better serve the ADHD Coaching Community while maintaining the high-standards that you have come to expect from PAAC, we’re undergoing an overhaul and we want you involved. Over the coming months we will be completely revamping the PAAC Certification Process to make it:



Every month we will be featuring a different, exceptional PAAC coach right here on our homepage with a client testimonial

Roger DeWitt

Roger DeWitt

Roger is a Master Certified ADHD Coach who has been in private practice since 2001 and he has been training and mentoring other ADHD Coaches since 2008. About half of his clients are individuals and families impacted by an ADHD diagnosis. He has a particular love for coaching people who make their living in the entertainment industry — an industry that is near and dear to his heart.

In September, Roger will be starting the very prestigious year long Master of Applied Positive Psychology program at the University of Pennsylvania and will be studying under such positive psychology luminaries as Martin Seligman, Angela Duckworth, Barry Schwartz, Jonathan Haidt and many others.

Roger started acting professionally at the age of 8 and comes from a performing arts family. His father was a symphonic musician, his brother was an Oscar-nominated, Emmy award-winning film editor and his mother was the original voice of Wilma and Pebbles Flintstone and Rosie the Robot on the Jetsons. Roger continues to nourish his two passions by running a thriving coaching practice in addition to concurrently performing in theater and on television as the opportunities arise. Roger is a compassionate, direct and intuitive coach who loves to laugh! His clients do too! Find him at www.adhdcoachnyc.com

Roger is an amazing coach I don't know how he does it, but each session I have with him is transformational. He helps me gain insights into myself and how to maximize my potential in ways I would not have arrived at on my own. I'm involved in several Adult ADD support groups and always come away from those meetings thanking God for Roger and the support he has given me in the past year. He is a treasure.

Moira McGuinness