The Creative Coping Toolkit


Raising Awareness About Anxiety.

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The Creative Coping Toolkit: Angst Edition is a film program for all ages designed to raise awareness about anxiety.

Angst aims to remove the stigma and open up the conversation about mental health, helping our youth and their families understand that a certain amount of anxiety is healthy and when to recognize when it's too much. Our program includes tips to recognize symptoms and encourages when to reach out for help. Most importantly, it shows us that we are not alone and that anxiety is 100% treatable. 

These hopeful and inspiring film programs have helped over 2 million people around the world. It weaves in the personal stories of kids and families with expert perspectives who break down what's going on, how to deal with it, and how to help others. For many, Angst has been a catalyst for improving their lives.

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NEW Introducing Anxious Nation

Angst + is a double-feature license that includes Angst and the all new film Anxious Nation

Angst+ is an expanded program that adds the award-winning, “Anxious Nation (51 mins),” executive produced by Kathy Ireland and co-directed by Academy Award winner Vanessa Roth and NY Times bestselling author Laura Morton. This poignant addition delves into the impact of anxiety on families, fostering meaningful discussions and connections within your community. Learn more about here

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The Impact of Angst


Think Angst is helpful for kids and teens


Are more likely to reach out to help others struggling with anxiety


Will adopt coping tools mentioned in the film


Are more open to talking about anxiety

Experts featured in the Program


Dr. Jerry Bubrick

Jerry Bubrick, PhD, is the senior director of the Anxiety Disorders Center and director of the Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Service at the Child Mind Institute.


Dr. Cora Bruener

Cora Collette Breuner, MD, MPH, is member of the Division of Adolescent Medicine and the Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Department at Seattle Children’s Hospital.


Dr. Laura Kastner

Dr. Kastner is a clinical professor in the department of psychology and the department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at U.W.


Jenny Howe, MS

Jenny Howe is a licensed therapist with degrees in Psychology and Child & Family Studies.

Bring the Angst program to your community


The Creative Coping Toolkit: Angst Edition is a year-long, evidence based short film program that includes resources and activities to support safety, positive mental well-being, and life skill development. It’s appropriate for all ages (and COPPA & SOPPA Compliant) and can be used at home and in groups, classrooms, workplaces and more.

Choose an option below to learn more.

CCT: Angst Edition for Schools
CCT: Angst Edition for Businesses
CCT: Angst Edition for Non-Profits


Breathing Through Anxiety


Exposure Therapy

Institutions that have licensed the Angst Program include...


The conversation surrounding mental health really hits home for me. Many people don't understand how debilitating mental illness truly can be, and even more than that, how common it is, yet people are afraid to have the serious discussions about it. I welcomed the opportunity to be a part of Angst to further the dialogue around mental health and to help people understand the impact anxiety has on our mental state and encourage people, especially kids, to ask for help."

— MICHAEL PHELPS, Olympic Gold Medalist

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