Free Film Screening: Angst

May 3, 2022 at 6 PM CST

Register now for a free screening of Angst, a documentary to raise awareness around anxiety.
Learners Edge has teamed up with IndieFlix to offer educators and administrators a free screening of the film, Angst, bringing more voices to the forefront during national Mental Health Awareness Month. Focused on starting a global conversation, Angst aims to raise awareness about anxiety.
This film screening will provide not only resources, strategies, and tools, but also inspiration, solutions, and hope.

“This hopeful and inspiring film has helped over 2 million people around the world, weaving in the personal stories of those suffering with expert perspectives, who break down what’s going on, how to deal with it, and how to help others. Michael Phelps shares his own anxiety story, proving that anxiety can affect everyone, and there is no shame in asking for help. For many, watching Angst has been a catalyst for changing their lives for the better. – “

Following the screening, join us for a short panel discussion with the filmmaker, Scilla Andreen, and mental health practitioner, Jaime McNatt.

Join us May 3, 2022 @ 6 pm CST for a virtual screening and panel discussion of the documentary, Angst!

Each person planning to view the screening must register.

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Jaime Mcnatt

Jaime McNatt

Jaime McNatt is a practitioner with 18+ years of experience in the educational field including school mental health, maladaptive coping strategies, and social media addictions. All of which have given Ms.McNatt first-hand experience into developmental vulnerabilities and the development of the skills needed to achieve personal wellness.
As a licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed School Social Worker, McNatt takes a strength-based approach and utilizes a variety of therapeutic techniques focusing on the uniqueness of each client. She is certified in EMDR and trained in Gottman method, ACT (Acceptance-Commitment-Therapy), mindfulness practices, Yoga Calm, and CBT.

Scilla Andreen

Scilla Andreen is an award-winning Producer, Director, Emmy nominated Costume Designer, Author, CEO & Co-Founder of IndieFlix Group Inc., a global, streaming and offline screening distribution service that focuses on content for a purpose. Her work has been covered by such publications as The New York Times, and Good Morning America to the South China Morning Post. She’s produced and/or distributed social impact films, Nevertheless, Screenagers, Angst, and Empowerment Project. Scilla directed and distributed two feature documentaries; one about the impact of social media on our lives, LIKE (2019), and the other about cyber-bullying, The Upstanders (2020), which shares stories about resilience and the power of connection to end bullying. Scilla is Included in Screen International’s Women to Watch, Variety’s Women’s Impact Report and PSBJ Women of Influence. She is a popular speaker at Sundance, Cannes, CES, SXSW, BeBold and Women in Film. Scilla is also the Founder of IF Foundation.
Scilla Andreen

Keely Keller

Keely Keller is the Director of Professional Programs for Learners Edge in Eagan, Minnesota. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Special Education from St. Cloud State University, a Master’s of Arts in Education from Hamline University, and additional Director of Special Education and Principal Licensures from the University of Minnesota. Before joining Learners Edge, Keely served students with special needs as a teacher and Special Education Coordinator in a suburban Minnesota school district. Keely has years of experience serving individuals with significant mental health challenges and their families.

A 'Teacher Favorite' Course on Anxiety

Course 5102 | 3 Credits | Gr. K-12+

Mental health professionals are shining a light on the pervasiveness of anxiety, highlighting the need for increased awareness and attention to this issue. Young people are notably affected: anxiety affects 1 in 5 children, and 70% of teens say that anxiety is a major problem facing their age group.
This course will give educational professionals the tools they need to support students who have anxiety, including foundational knowledge about anxiety, its symptoms, and a look at Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Utilizing clips from the documentary, Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety, participants will complete the course with ready to implement strategies for teaching coping skills, ideas for accommodations, and considerations for tools and processes to support students who have anxiety.

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