Sonoma County Office of Education

"Angst: Building Resilience" Community Screening

Angst is an iNDIEFLIX Original documentary designed to raise awareness around anxiety.

Angst removes the stigma and opens up the conversation around anxiety, helping people understand and manage their symptoms, and when to reach out for help. Most importantly, it shows people that they are not alone, and that anxiety is 100% treatable. 

SCOE Special Education and Behavioral Health is honored to be able to share this movie with Sonoma County educators, students and families. 

This event will be offered March 31, April 20, May 4 (in Spanish), and May 18. All screenings are 5:30-7:00 PM. You may register for any of these dates at the link below, or here.

Check out the Angst movie trailer and website to learn more.

We also encourage you to share this registration link to help spread the word! 

When March 31, 2022
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Location Teacher Learning Center at SCOE
5340 Skylane Boulevard Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Presenter

Mary Champion, Psychologist
Rebekah Pope, Program Coordinator
SCOE Special Education and Behavioral Health

Cost Free
Audience

Any Sonoma County educator, parent, student, or community member interested in learning more about recognizing and supporting those with anxiety in our schools, reducing stigma around mental health, and helping our students manage anxiety in these challenging times.

Registration closes 06/30/2022
Registration Rebekah Pope, 7075950205, rpope@scoe.org
Questions Rebekah Pope, 7075950205, rpope@scoe.org ; Mary Champion, 7079921144, mchampion@scoe.org
Register Here