Emotional Sobriety & Resilience Despite Adverse Childhood Experiences
With Alfred White
Alfred has dedicated himself to helping others heal. After a childhood of adverse experience, addictions to drugs and alcohol, and life choices that negatively impacted his life, Alfred decided to go back to school and begin the deep inner work of healing his life. In our conversation, he shares his personal journey, how he challenged traditional treatment models and what he found were some of the most impactful modalites.
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About Alfred White
Alfred White is the founder of The League of Extraordinary People. Alfred didn’t have any role models growing up. By 13, Alfred was using drugs and alcohol on a daily basis and well on the way to becoming a dealer and hustler. After nearly 40 years experiencing homelessness, Alfred swallowed a 1/4 ounce of crack cocaine in 2004 and nearly died. He awoke paralyzed and that is when he made the decision to seek help for his history of addiction. Alfred has since received his Master’s degree in Ministry & Psychology and is now a licensed Psychotherapist who has dedicated his life to helping others heal. Alfred’s past Adverse Childhood Experiences now manifest in his body as several chronic health conditions, including liver cancer, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and irritable bowel syndrome. He is a Subject Matter Expert and a Licensed Mental Health Therapist.