3 Day Intensive Training Program

Professional and Personal development in the use and application of Emotional Freedom Techniques

The “Discover the Power” (DTP) 3 Day Intensive is the foundational program in the NeftTI professional training series. This program is designed to give anyone with the desire to learn EFT the skills and knowledge required to use EFT for clearing personal blocks that block success and fulfillment.

The Discover the Power program uses hands-on, experiential, and practical exercises to make sure students walk away with the ability to apply EFT safely and ethically in their own lives and in the lives of people they care about.

Completing DTP (or its equivalent) is the prerequisite to pursuing certification from NeftTI.

DTP provides robust Level 1 and Level 2 EFT training as established by AAMET International.  Included in this program is a training-readiness online course to make sure that intensive participants are able to dig right in and begin using EFT as quickly as possible during the intensive.

In addition to the three-day intensive, participants receive eight weeks of follow-up support where they are invited to practice their skills and get high-quality feedback and coaching to improve.

Join us for 3  days of fun and intensive training in Emotional Freedom Techniques. Gain access to one of the most popular and highly sought after Coach/Practitioner trainings in the world. Learn the fundamentals behind tapping on specific points and their connection to significant improvements in health, wealth and relationships. Become part of an incredible, supportive, forward thinking and collaborative community - unique only to the National EFT Training Institute!

Who Should Attend


  • Psychologists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Social Workers
  • Doctors
  • Nurses and other Medical Personnel
  • Teachers
  • Life Coaches
  • Massage Therapists
  • Reiki Practitioners
  • Acupuncturists and other Energy Healers
  •  Wellness and Fitness Coaches
  • People wishing to become an EFT Practitioner
  • Individuals interested in learning EFT as a self-help tool for their own healing and personal development.


aamet-logo The National EFT Training Institute "DISCOVER the POWER of EFT" is also an AAMET accredited training program which includes Level 1 and 2 EFT training. Nancy Forrester is the only EFT Master Trainer of Trainers in Canada and a highly sought after educator, psychotherapist(retired), speaker and coach.





Pre-Training - PART 1

  • Pre-Training Instruction and Packages
  • Get Student Access to Download Training Materials Online

3 Day Live Intensive - PART 2

  • 3 Full Days of Training
    Fri: 9am – 7:30pm
    Sat: 9am – 7:30pm
    Sun: 9am – 4pm
  • In-Class Manual and Worksheets

Post Training Support Group - PART 3

  • 4 LIVE on-line/tele-calls over 8 week period:
    TUNE IN WITH TAPPING follow-up group support program is an **optional** way to fully integrate the depth of possibilities of EFT into your life and work.
  • BONUS: TUNE IN Call Replays are made available in the Online Student Portal


INVESTMENT for Program Training Package

$750 CAD (plus 13% HST)


Transformation Testimonial from Past Attendees:

"It's like a 3 day Spa Retreat or personal makeover, literally, for your Life!" Natalie Musial

"I recommend this course to ANYONE, whether you want to enhance your client practice or just to grow on a personal level. It's helped me to overcome major obstacles from the past in unexpected and terrific ways." Karen Hilts

“While not my first experience with EFT, this was certainly my most profound. The simplicity of the technique lets anyone feel better. But the level of knowledge and insight Nancy shared, really exposed a depth I wasn’t expecting." Anna Betel



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CANCELLATION POLICY: Workshop payments are non-refundable, however up until 2 weeks prior to the workshop, they can be transferred to someone else or credited toward the current cost of an upcoming workshop offered by NANCY FORRESTER

Woman Stressed

The truth about how childhood scars show up in adulthood

A mother entered the washroom of the local cinema with her 5-year-old child.  The mother pulled the daughter by the arm and then pushed her into the cubicle. The mother said harshly, “I told you to go before the movie – and you didn’t listen - again.  Hurry up before you pee your pants - you’re making me miss the movie.”  And the little girl, maybe 5 years old, through her tears said “I’m sorry, mommy, I tried to hold it.”

In our culture how do we view this situation?  Some of us tsk tsk about that mother.  Perhaps the more compassionate understand that mom must be under a lot of stress to act that way.  Maybe the trained professionals realize that the young girl is making decisions about herself that will impact her self esteem and her behaviours forever.

But how many of us truly understand the physiological, biological impact of that experience on the little girl’s brain and body – and how that impact will predict the course of her adult health and success?

How many are willing to accept that her brain actually changes its structure and functioning as a result?

And that the cost of this goes beyond the damage to one life – to the enormous cost that we pay as a society?

Most of us are under the mistaken impression that, although unfortunate, this experience doesn’t really matter for that little girl, maybe she’d cry and feel badly for a little while, but she’d get over it.  Time heals all wounds – right?

Not right.  Not right.  So not right.  Let’s welcome the truth exactly as it is.  The body does not forget. The mind may unconsciously pretend that time has healed these early wounds, but, as the title of therapist Bessel van der Kolk’s latest books suggests, "The Body Keeps The Score."

We have compelling evidence through the ACE Study (Adverse Childhood Events, 1998) demonstrating a PROFOUND link between childhood adverse experiences and adult onset of physical, mental and emotional disease.

Adults with more than 4 categories of ACE’s have significantly higher rates of heart disease, cancer, addictions, anxiety, chronic pain, gastrointestinal pain, stroke, bronchitis, diabetes, skeletal fractures, chronic fatigue, obesity, depression and so on and so on.

For example, 60% of women in treatment for gastrointestinal illness (irritable bowel) had a history of childhood adverse events.  64% of patients with fibromyalgia had experienced at least one type of childhood trauma.

The conclusion of the ACE study and its follow-up studies is that adverse events in childhood lead DIRECTLY to poor physical and emotional health in adulthood.  The correlation is 4600%. 

Regardless of the role(s) you play in your life – parent, teacher, medical professional, mental health professional, coach, first responder, community services manager – this is information that is important for all of us to know.

If you are willing to care about the enormous cost being paid by individuals and society as a result of adverse childhood experiences, please join us on July 16th, 2017, 9am – 3pm in Markham, Ontario as we explore this topic further, develop preventative and recovery strategies for ourselves, our families, and our clients as well as examine how our social support programs and educational and community organizations could become more trauma- informed.  


Sponsored by the National Emotional Freedom Training Institute

Cost:  $25 plus hst.  

Link to register:

All over the age of 18 welcome.  No EFT experience or training required.  


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