There's really nothing special, nor "White," about Stoicism except the name. Stoicism is an attitude toward life. Zeno offered a philosophical explanation for that attitude, and the reason for that attitude had a moral foundation. Imo, very few contemporary people who adopt Stoicism do so for Zeno's reasons. And, btw, Stoics who do wouldn't care about that statement. However, much of Tibetan Buddhism is based on ideas that are stoic. The interesting element of contemporary western Stoicism (and, I'm not talking about philosophers) is its relation to the Epicurean ideas of pleasure and/or accomplishment. It's a matter of how to define "virtue" or "the good life."
Oh, afa therapy, yeah, I can see that Stoic thought can help. I'm not sure that means reading Epictetus or Marcus Aurelius, or the Go Rin No Sho or Hagakure.
"A man is rich when he has time and freewill. How he chooses to invest both will determine the return on his investment."