ACL is a non-profit institution with no political or religious affiliation, based in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.
For more than three decades, it has consolidated its activities in three fronts: human training courses, according to the ACL Technique, Life School Project and integrative medicine outpatient treatment.
The ACL Foundation's institutional asset is the ACL Technique, an objective and practical behavioral technique that allows human beings to take ownership of their authentic qualities, as well as to effectively know and accept their own limitations.
Basically, it aims at effectively overcoming defeatist attitudes by getting to know their causes. It is not part of traditional therapies nor deals with personality complexes as such.
In class, no consensus is sought on what is exposed, and academic conclusions are avoided. It is important for students to gain perception of how they are now and which attitudes they need to change in order to become winners.
As the individuals acquire self-knowledge, they become more aware of their individual characteristics. Once they have taken ownership of their authentic qualities it is much easier for them to clearly perceive others and the society in which they all live.
More than 3,000 students have already participated in courses offered by ACL Foundation. In the last one, more than 1,000 classroom hours were offered.
The Life School Project is a human training program which employs ACL’s technique and is aimed at children and young people in the public school system.
The main objectives of this project are:
The classes are taught according to ACL’s Technique, which, among many benefits, fosters self-reflection by the student, leading to self-knowledge, elevated self-esteem, healthy living, good communication, meaningful life projects and general leadership.
The work is a group text study dynamic activity. Students discuss the topics and answer questions about their own reality, their problems, difficulties and goals.
All teachers and collaborators of the Life School Project are volunteers, trained in ACL’s Technique.
The evaluation of the courses by the students themselves is encouraging: more than 75% say that the classes have stimulated them to reflect on their lives.
The ACL Foundation's medical clinic, based on integrative medicine, specializes in cases that are difficult to resolve.
The services are free, destined primarily to patients with serious or complex diseases, and performed by a renowned team of 22 volunteer doctors, who donate more than 3,000 hours of service annually.
With a careful and comprehensive view of the patient, specialized doctors offer a more natural and less invasive treatment.
In addition to acupuncture, homeopathy and phytotherapy, the medical services use innovative techniques such as BDORT (*), ozonetherapy and electrotherapy, benefiting thousands of patients.
(*)The practice of BDORT has revealed some interesting aspects that modify several paradigms of medicine, such as the presence of viruses, bacteria and heavy metals in areas of chronic diseases such as pains of indefinite cause and also cancer.
The technique is considered by many to be a bridge between Eastern and Western medicines.