Information for Families About Viewing of 'Angst' Film, Community Screening
- School NameP-CEP Counseling Department
P-CCS students and families have the opportunity to view the film Angst (2017), an IndieFlix Original documentary designed to raise awareness around the issue of anxiety. The film includes interviews with kids, teens, educators, experts, parents and a very special interview with Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Phelps. The goal of the film is to help people identify and understand the symptoms of anxiety and encourage them to reach out for help. Angst screens regularly in schools, communities and theaters around the world. For more information about the film itself, visit the official Angst website by visiting https://angstmovie.com.
The idea to bring this film to our community, and the subsequent funding for it, came from a joint initiative by the P-CEP Student Congress groups, and P-CEP counselors. P-CEP staff will be viewing the film on March 13 and 14, and P-CEP students will view the film in school on March 18 and hold brief discussions during their 3rd hour classes the following day (March 19).
Any other students and families who are interested in viewing Angst can join us at the community screening on March 20. Details for this opportunity are below:
DATE: Wednesday, March 20
PLACE: Gloria Logan Auditorium, Salem HS (46181 Joy Rd., Canton)
Following the 55 minute movie, Canton HS Counselor Barb Lehmann will give a brief summary about next steps for families who wish to use the themes of the film for further discussion.