Free Training: Sobriety that Sticks

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Sobriety is a superpower. And with the right tools and support, you can use it to create a life you adore.

In this week-long training series, we’ll help you understand what it means to get and stay sober, and we’ll give you tools to get you started. Join experts Veronica Valli, Chip Somers, and Tamara Kirby for a week of transformation.

Line Up

December 31:
Making Changes that Stick with Chip Somers

January 1:
Getting Started in Sobriety with Chip Somers

January 2:
Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS) with Tamara Kirby 

January 3:
Why You Can’t Stop Eating When You Stop Drinking with Veronica and Tiffany North

January 4:
Why You Drink and How to Stop with Veronica Valli

January 5:
How to Deal with People Who Don’t Want You to Stop Drinking with Chip Somers

January 6:
Everything You Think About Sobriety is Wrong with Veronica Valli


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Veronica Valli is a psychotherapist, recovery coach, level two EFT (emotional freedom technique) practitioner, MASC life coach, author of books Why You Drink and How to Stop and Get Sober Get Free, and cohost of the Soberful Podcast. She has been in recovery for 20 years and has been working as a recovery coach and therapist for 18 years.

Veronica passionately believes that anyone can recover from alcohol if they are given the right tools and support. She has personally helped thousands of women transform their lives. Veronica believes that alcohol is only a symptom of a deeper underlying problem, and that to recover, thrive and become the women we are truly meant to be, we need to embrace the process of change.

Now based in the USA, she works with women all over the world through her online programs, Facebook groups and one-on-one or group coaching. Veronica is married and lives on Long Island with her husband and two sons.

Chip Somers is a successful psychotherapist with a practice in Harley Street, London. He has run several rehabilitation centers throughout his 34-year career. He deals with people who have tried to sort themselves out but need that extra bit of input to help them get better and get through the mess they are in.

Chip has been instrumental in many people's recovery from alcohol and drug abuse. In particular, Russell Brand dedicates a whole chapter to Chip in his new book Mentors: How to Help and Be Helped. Chip is married with two adult children. He has been continuously sober since 1985.

Tamara Kirby has helped hundreds of people recover from active addiction as a licensed addictions counselor and international certified drug and alcohol counselor. She uses her own recovery as well as her clinical skills and education to lead the path in stigma reduction, raise community awareness, and educate businesses. She has opened and maintained the development of two addiction treatment programs in the past five years. Currently she is a treatment consultant with the Indiana Center for Recovery and Haven Behavioral Health as well as the community manager at Soberful Life.