The League of Extraordinary People is excited to announce the free, February Town Hall!
This town hall's topic is Adverse Childhood Relationship Experiences: The Connection Between Child Development and Chronic Illness.
Reserve your spot at www.bit.ly/tloepfeb
You can find more information about TLOEP at www.tloep.org!
Alfred White is the founder of The League of Extraordinary People. After nearly 38 years of experiencing homelessness, Alfred swallowed a 1/4 ounce of crack cocaine in 2004 only 9 days after being released from prison, 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 Christian Ministry with an emphasis in Christian Counseling and 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 Psychotherapist.