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The Angst program screens to schools, organizations and corporations, but as most community screenings are now virtual and often include a post-screening view-on-demand license, on many occasions whole families can watch and learn together. Family support and understanding is critical to helping people with anxiety. Here’s how the Angst program can help at home:

  • Dedicated on-demand streaming link
  • Integrated ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ Panel
  • At-home, printable discussion guide
  • Printable tip sheet
  • Links to a library of follow-on links, reading, listening and watching material

Self-Compassion for Parents

Dr. Juliana Chen

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Massachusetts General Hospital

“I wish this film had existed when I was growing up it would've saved me and my family a lot of heartache.”

Father of 3 kids
New York City

“This movie was shown at my daughter's school last week, and has been life altering. She has struggled with so many of the symptoms described in the movie, and until seeing the movie she didn't know what it was. I am a fairly well educated parent who is very close with my daughter, and I just couldn't put my finger on it either...until she saw your movie. It was like having blinders removed from our eyes- it was so obvious, and yet neither of us could pin it down. Now we know, and we can get her help, and start the healing and learning process. THANK YOU- this movie is so important.”

A Mom on Facebook

“Just watched the Angst Film and I am compelled to tell you that it is excellent on so many different levels! The bravery of the subjects in it moved me to tears. And...of course, I am reminded of my son, Nuçi. Every human being should see it.”

Linda Phillips

“My daughter cried throughout Angst, as did I for the relief at having so many people who have experienced this disorder and who understand it. She is now 40 with 4 children of her own. We suspect her second child has anxieties. The movie was a huge plus to both of us. Thank you to all of you for making this for us and the generations that will follow.”

L. K.


The Creative Coping Toolkit Book

Written by Impactful CEO Scilla Andreen, with illustrations by Jerrin Padre, The Creative Coping Toolkit is a playfully designed collection of activities that make it easy to connect to, talk about and manage our feelings, and together create an empathic community. Designed as a resource for families to use together, the short daily exercises provide:

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Simple solutions we can take with us in our day-to-day lives.
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Effective methods to help us manage doubt and anxiety.
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Resources to nourish our hearts and our minds.
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Investments we can make to grow our mental wealth.
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And healthy ways for us to assess and reflect.
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Order the Creative Coping Toolkit

5% of proceeds will be donated to IndieFlix Foundation, Child Mind Institute, Seattle Children’s Hospital and Z-Cares Foundation.

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"Per usual, Scilla is masterful at sparking important conversations among families. It’s all too easy to zone out and avoid self-inquiry / reflection in our digitally driven world. Glad this book exists to help fight the trend."
Max Stossel

Head of Education, The Center for Humane Technology

"The ‘Creative Coping Toolkit’ is a must-read for kids and families to help inform our behavior, decisions and how we cope through these realities...encouraging authentic conversations and providing a space to reflect, is an essential practice for every home and everyone. Essentially, we need to disconnect to reconnect, and the CCT is a great guide in that practice."
Merve Lapus

Western Regional Education Director of Common Sense Media

"...written with an openness and thoughtfulness that just lets a reader into the concept of feeling hopeful and whole, like a warm chocolate chip cookie straight from the oven."
Cora Collette Breuner, MD

Seattle Children’s Hospital

Order the Creative Coping Toolkit

5% of proceeds will be donated to IndieFlix Foundation, Child Mind Institute, Seattle Children’s Hospital and Z-Cares Foundation.

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