Ingrid Dinter is a certified Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Master Trainer who specializes in using the stress-relief tool, EFT, to release war trauma in Veterans.
The daughter of a German Prisoner of War, with nearly 20 years of experience as a coach, professional speaker, and as an internationally renowned bilingual stress release expert, she is helping to reduce stigma around military service and PTSD and create a bridge of mutual understanding, respect and trust between the civilian and military world. She also serves EMTs, Police, Firefighters and First responders who are working at the frontlines of Covid.
Ingrid co-authored the book EFT for PTSD, as well as peer reviewed research studies about EFT for war trauma in Veterans, and participated as an EFT expert in the 90 minute documentary, Operation - Emotional Freedom. Ingrid has also spoken in front of a variety of audiences, from National Guard drills to local schools and International Conferences, such as The Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology. She’s written articles for Energy Psychology, the International Journal for Healing and Caring, and NH Magazine. The mother of her 21 year old daughter Leah is a 17 year stage 4 breast cancer survivor. She lives with her husband and two cats in rural New Hampshire.