Jefferson County Library and Chimacum Prevention Coalition Present
Help to Manage Anxiety: Free movie screening of "Angst" at Chimacum High School
Monday, April 23rd 6:30pm
Please help us get the word out to our community about this free public screening of the Indie Flix movie Angst at the Chimacum High School auditorium. The film explores anxiety, its causes, effects and what we can do about it. The movie features candid interviews with kids and young adults who suffer, or have suffered, from anxiety and what they've learned about it and includes discussions with mental health experts about the causes of anxiety and its sociological effects, as well as help, resources and tools.
Following the 56-minute film (appropriate for ages 11 and up) will be a 45-minute guided discussion with a panel of participants, including: Jean Scarboro, LMHC; Paige Johnson, a teen from Poulsbo who struggles with anxiety, and her mother, Julie Johnson, who has helped support Paige. Audience members will be invited to ask questions and will be provided with handouts containing tips to help manage anxiety, as well as a list of local resources.
Prior to the public evening screening, the movie Angst will be shown to students in assemblies at both the Chimacum High School, and the Chimacum Middle School. Students will be encouraged to invite their parents to the public evening screening.
Jean Scarboro, LMHC is a National Board Certified Counselor and has her school counseling certificate in WA. Jean has been working as a mental health counselor and/or school counselor in Port Townsend for 7 years and has a private practice at Prosper Natural Health Center in Port Townsend.
For more information, please call the Jefferson County Library at 360.385.6544 and ask for Russ Stamp or Chris HoffmanHill. The public screening takes place at the Chimacum High School Auditorium, 91 W Valley Road, Chimacum. The movie is appropriate for everyone age 11 and over.