DOUG WHITE, MA, LPC, CSAT, CPTT
Clinical Director and Founder
Doug White is the founder and director of Doug White & Associates. Baton Rouge born and bred, Doug has over 25 years of experience in the mental health field and is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) and a Certified Partner Trauma Therapist (CPTT), trained by Dr. Patrick Carnes with the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). Doug has years of experience working with hundreds of men, women, couples, and teens on the road to recovery from addiction, betrayal, abuse and intimacy issues. His track record of success helping people “do life and love right” led to Doug opening his own counseling practice in the Baton Rouge area.
Dillon Guillot, MAMFC, PLPC, CSAT-Candidate
Clinical Associate, Sex Addiction & Trauma Specialist
Dillon has experience with clients with issues ranging from anxiety and depression to severe childhood trauma and PTSD. Dillon received his degree from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and counsels from a trauma-informed perspective, having been trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. He is a counseling associate with a passion for helping people heal wounds created from trauma. Dillon organizes intensives that are targeted at helping sex addicts take their first steps in recovery. He also works individually with those struggling with sex addiction, love addiction, problems with intimacy, and relationship disturbances.
Elizabeth Cretin, M.S., PLPC, CTP
Clinical Associate, Specializing in Women’s Issues
Elizabeth’s counseling expertise covers a wide range of issues impacting women in particular, including trauma, substance abuse and other co-occurring disorders and partner’s struggle/heartbreak of betrayal.
Elizabeth received her master’s degree in counseling psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi and completed further studies to become a Certified Trauma Professional (CTP). As a counseling associate with a passion for helping women battling problems unique to them, such as low-self-esteem as well as role conflicts that contribute to feelings of inadequacy as a wife/mother/friend/daughter, Elizabeth can help her female clients attain a life balance that empowers them to thrive in their personal journey, relationships and careers both inside and outside of the home.
Joy Jones, MA, PLPC
Clinical Associate, Specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy
Joy is experienced in working with clients with a wide range of issues pertaining to adjustment difficulties, grief, anxiety, depression, childhood trauma and abuse, infertility and miscarriage, foster care and adoption, marriage and relationship problems, and sexuality. She holds an MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Joy counsels from a trauma-informed perspective, having been professionally trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI). With child clients, she utilizes play therapy techniques to assist in the healing process. She sees children as young as four years of age as well as teens and adults. She can conduct therapy in individual, couple, family, and group settings. Joy looks forward to the privilege of walking alongside you and guiding on your journey to hope and healing through the difficulties and challenges of life we all face.
Suzanne R. White
Marketing Coordinator and Editor
Suzanne White, wife of founder/director Doug White, holds a BA in Broadcast Journalism from Louisiana State University, but is no stranger to the world of recovery. While assisting Doug in facilitating Celebrate Recovery for seven years at Istrouma Baptist Church, she led Women’s Codependency groups and step studies. Her heart for women trapped in the dark world of the sex industry compelled her to serve with Midnight Outreach ministry on the streets of Baton Rouge for two years. She has also spearheaded a local support group for women in relationship with sexually addicted men.