BE

THE CHANGE

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The Applied Compassion Training (ACT) is an experiential 11-month online certificate training offered through the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCCARE) at Stanford University.

ACT is for people who are ready to be leaders of global compassion in today's world.

registration for act 2023 is OPEN

The ACT program at Stanford University has filled to capacity each year.

 

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If you're interested in ACT and would like to learn more, join our next event: 
 

ACT at CCARE STANFORD

Applied Compassion 

is Changing the World

 

Wednesday November 9th

5:00-7:00pm Pacific Time

 

Join the ACT Co-Founders,

together with ACT 

Participants and  Alumni

ACT @ CCARE Stanford University
join our global community of act ambassadors
changing the world  

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Become an Ambassador of Applied Compassion

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"Graduates of this program

are changing the world!

The ACT program uses evidence-based approaches to teaching, learning and practice to ensure that you are fully prepared to lead, facilitate, embody and apply compassion in your professional workplaces, communities and with your families and loved ones."

James R. Doty, M.D.
Founder and Director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford University

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Are You Ready?

BE THE CHANGE

If you're interested in ACT and would like

to speak to  a faculty member, click HERE