Elevating Your Emotional Intelligence with Julia Ford-Carther
When you get swept up in your emotions, as a result of a difficult circumstance, you can develop the ability to clearly see what’s happening and make a wise decision about what to do next.
Emotions are data. They are simply information from your brain, telling you how you feel about what’s going on at the moment. You can use that information to guide you.
Emotional intelligence develops with practice. In this workshop, learn how you can elevate your emotional intelligence in your own life so that you are no longer at the mercy of your emotions (and the behaviors they lead to).
Led by Julia Ford-Carther, an EQ-obsessed coach and human potential enthusiast who helps people get in alignment and uplevel to get what they want, faster. She keeps it simple, straightforward, and fun because transformation is challenging enough as it is, right? Julia’s teachings focus on how we can amplify our unique desires, passions, and visions while removing the internal and external obstacles that stand in our way. Her ultimate goal? To help you bring your ideal, future self into your present reality as quickly as possible so you can be fulfilled in living authentically right now.
Want to get to know Julia? She was recently featured on the Soberful Podcast.
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“The Soberful Life group has re-energized my recovery and given me new tools and a new perspective! I can’t believe how much I’ve gotten out of only a month of membership. Having Veronica to guide us and share her expertise, while also bringing in amazing experts to help with other topics, all in a space where I feel safe to share with other women dedicated to their recovery… is priceless.”
— Jane C.
“I don’t always have the time in my schedule to go to a meeting, or to go to therapy, but at any moment of the day, I can come on to Soberful Life for Veronica’s [and Chip’s] wisdom and talk with people who are sharing my experiences. It’s like the best 12-step meeting AND therapy TOGETHER anytime I want it.”
“I am a very private person and find it hard to discuss my drinking with anyone face to face. I have not been able to speak up at AA meetings so this is perfect for me. I live in a rural area so meetings are not as readily available when I feel like drinking.”
—Soberful Life Member
“I joined Soberful Life with a buzzing head, where I did not know how to move forward. I had been sober 16 months at that point. The workshops, Q&As, and comments have helped me to develop a path forward, by looking at emotions, fears, actions, and goals.
Small steps at the moment as it can be uncomfortable, but with the guidance and support on here, I feel I am moving forward now and have been able to ease the buzzing head. I feel empowered with the tools, advice, and insights Veronica and Chip share.”
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All of the workshops, shared experiences, and encouragement has helped me stretch and grow into a fuller, brighter sober life. I’ve connected with people and I really appreciate the recovery groups and support and feedback I’ve received.
I can’t believe the amount of value we receive, it’s like having a sober coach to walk us through all of these different topics and challenges that you don’t think about but we all experience.
I’m so grateful to have found Soberful Life during my own sober journey!”
— Jane, 43
“I’m in my third year of sobriety and Soberful Life has been critical to my journey.
A huge amount of content: workshops, Q&As, regular guest speakers, and the ability to interact live with Veronica and Chip in online group recovery meetings.
It’s absolutely incredible value. A month’s membership for what I used to spend on a bottle of wine.
Veronica and Chip understand the struggle because they’ve been there. They are both in long-term recovery and both extremely experienced as they have worked for decades in the recovery field.
Long(er) term sobriety is about so much more than quitting drinking, it’s a complete mindset change, and Veronica and Chip will (gently) get you there.”
— Clare, 49
"Celebrating 8 Months Today!
The early days of sobriety were easier than I expected. But then I realized being sober was about a lot more than "not drinking."
I am so glad to be here, taking the next step in my recovery. Working on processing emotions, letting go of codependency, and balance. I am looking forward to learning to cope with all of the things that kept me drinking for 10 years. The workshops this week have been great!
I am heading on to 9 months and looking forward to accomplishing my first year."
— Soberful Life member
"Yesterday, I hit one year sober! I honestly can hardly believe I have made it this far. My daughters are so proud of me, which makes it all worthwhile.
I have been struggling for the past few days, wondering why I am doing this, wishing I didn't have to do this, missing drinking, etc. But I now realise that I get these 'down times' occasionally, and I just have to wait for it to pass. And it does, always! I am now feeling more hopeful and generally happier.
This [group] has been a wonderful support."
— Soberful Life member
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Soberful Life—What to Expect
Here is what you can expect when you join Soberful Life:
We do in-depth workshops each month, often adding BONUS workshops as we go.
We hold multiple support meetings every week where we all “meet up” online.
We invite an expert to do a masterclass every month.
We hold a weekly podcast discussion session where we discuss the latest Soberful Podcast episode and answer any questions that come up.
Our intuitive eating coach, registered nurse Tiffany North gives an intuitive eating coaching session every month.
You get access to dozens of archived workshops and training videos on all sorts of topics to help you successfully manage the many issues that you’ll encounter throughout your recovery.
PLUS—you’ll take this journey alongside like-minded people in various stages of recovery, sharing their stories, offering their insights, and asking for support when they need it, just like you.
If confidentiality in an online program is a concern to you, we recently moved the program to the perfect online home that allows you to create an anonymous profile so that you can feel 100% comfortable being YOU.
We have added MULTIPLE live support groups throughout the week to give people extra support during this critical worldwide coronavirus crisis.
And you don’t have to join a Facebook group to participate.
Once you join Soberful Life, you’ll be able to access the Elevating Intelligence workshop inside our online platform. You’ll receive Soberful Life login details via email. To find the workshop, visit the Events section.
Meet the Expert Team
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.
Tiffany North is an intuitive eating coach and a registered nurse who healed her own relationship with food and then went on to coach clients to do the same. Intuitive eating is not a diet. It is a way of relating to food and your body that supports you and brings back joy, balance, and satisfaction with food. Tiffany leads monthly intuitive coaching sessions inside Soberful Life.
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.