Alfred White has been, and continues to be, an absolute inspiration and game changer in my life. No question. His words of wisdom, and experienced insight really resonated with me years ago upon first meeting him. And over the course of numerous years since my recovery, he still finds a way to keep me engaged, observant and aware internally AND externally. Because of him, I received one of the greatest gifts of my life: a book called the ‘The Four Agreements’. “This book will change your life without your permission.” His exact words to me so many years ago, and that literary gem has done exactly that. To put it simply, Alfred White completely turned my life around for the better, and I most certainly wouldn’t be in the wonderful place I am now if it weren’t for him. I love you, Alfred, and I can’t thank you enough for everything! Keep on keeping on!
— Marco Lago, former client
With Alfred as guidance, you simply can’t go wrong. If you listen to him, then take his advice and make it a practicing part of your daily routine, you'll turn his knowledge into the wisdom you need to move forward to a healthy and happier life. I know because I did it and I have him to thank for being there when I needed guidance the most.
— Philip Glover, former client
Read the Seattle PI story about Alfred, From Street Pimp to the Dean's List here.
It is my pleasure and honor to offer my endorsement of Alfred White. I credit him as providing the substantial influence and instruction that has left me healthy, reasonably happy and sober since I first engaged with Him as an inpatient Counselor & our Continuing Care Program Manager at Schick Shadel Hospital in Seattle nearly ten years ago. Through several individual sessions and through attending his classes I experienced, firsthand, Alfred's remarkable insight and understanding that helped me to cut through the fog of my self-deceptions and to identify the spiritual and emotional issues that deprived me of meaningful sobriety. Once identified, Alfred equipped me with the tools necessary to address and deal with these impediments. I participated for two years in the highly touted After Care Program that Alfred administered and have since remained a frequent correspondent of his. I am happy to count him as one of my lasting friends. He is an excellent speaker and a true student of the human condition. Alfred White is one of the most loving, compassionate and understanding men that I have had the good fortune to meet.
— Kevin Anderson, former client
If you are looking for a no nonsense,"tell it like it is" addiction counselor with a big, loving heart, go no further than Alfred White. I had the pleasure of working with Alfred and observing his unique counseling skills when we worked together at Schick Shadel Hospital in Seattle. The trust and love he was given by then current and former patients was overwhelming and much deserved. Why? Because he had walked in their footsteps before and was able to successfully , with a combination of firmness and love, set a straight path for their recovery. Alfred knows what the addicted need to hear, and there is no better communicator than Alfred White out there to deliver the message.
— James P. Graham, former Chairman and President, Shick Shadel