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 ACL Meet-ups 

Do you feel lonely? 
Are you struggling to meet likeminded people? 
Do you want to create deeper connections in your life? 
Join us at our next ACL Meet-up! 

As a trained ACL Global Leader, I facilitate monthly ACL Meet-ups in Lausanne. These meet-ups are in-person and take place at my office in Lausanne Therapy Space on Sunday mornings from 10am-12pm. 

 

What is an ACL Meet-up

ACL Meet-ups are safe spaces designed to help you connect more deeply to yourself and others. Each meet-up is 2 hours long and will be based around a monthly theme that will focus our conversations and interactions. To help us explore the theme, each meeting will include a short meditation, journalling prompts, and opportunities to connect with people in pairs or small groups.  Due to this, we recommend bringing your own notebook and pen. 

ACL meet-ups are not a form of therapy and are open to everyone age 18+

Meet-ups are conducted in English.  

Is there a fee to attend meet-ups?

Meet-up attendance is on a donation-basis. The suggested donation is 10 CHF per meet-up

If this amount is not possible for you, please feel free to donate whatever you can. 

No one will be turned away due to an inability to donate. 

Donations can be made in cash at the end of the meeting or online

All donations go towards the running of ACL Global Project and the ACL Meet-ups. 

What is ACL Global Project? 

ACL Global Project is a nonprofit organisation created in 2015 by Mavis Tsai, a psychologist and research scientist at the University of Washington and the co-founder of Functional Analytic Psychotherapy, to share the key components of Awareness, Courage and Love (ACL) that have proven to be so powerful in intentionally creating connection with oneself and others. ACL Global Project’s goal is to help alleviate the growing public health epidemic of loneliness and social isolation that is affecting people globally by giving people the tools and opportunity to practice intentionally creating amazing connections with ourselves, the people we love, and even strangers, wherever we are. You can find more information at https://www.livewithacl.org/
 

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