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The Power of Film to Drive Community, Conversation, and Change.

Reimagining Learning Together

The Creative Coping Toolkit film-based SEL programs include personal stories and expert perspectives, as well as empowering strategies, interactive activities, and practical tools for supporting positive mental health, personal agency, and community growth.

We use the uniquely powerful medium of film to create connection, kick-start important conversations, shift perspectives, and help people feel supported.

The CCT delivers single to multi-year access to our film programs, integrated into one interactive and easy-to-use online dashboard that includes:

Four award-winning films (each under an hour) that kick-off understanding and emotional engagement of the subjects which include anxiety, resilience, bullying, social media addiction, respect, communication, and kindness.
48 chapter learning modules that include each film broken into short clips with post-screening guides with discussion questions and reflection prompts.

24 SEL interactive activities based on cognitive behavioral therapy and the CASEL SEL Core Competences that deepen learning, gamify talking about our feelings, and support long-term attitude and habit shift. Plus, an additional test-your-knowledge quiz for each film to reflect on key takeaways. 

Extensive resources and year-long services to support initial implementation and ongoing engagement in communities. Resources include a lesson plan guide and monthly facilitator guide sharing best practices and ideas. Services include monthly PLC programming and add-on, interactive training sessions.


Tools and strategies for measuring impact and evolving programming through various routes: survey feedback, community-based training sessions, viewership analytics and reports, support team check-ins with a designated point of contact, and live-screening engagements (Q&A, chat function).

New content added throughout each yearly license to keep the program relevant, including bonus chapters and learning bursts (short videos that answer key questions that stem from our programming in an approachable and engaging way).

Community Engagement

Filmmaker Scilla Andreen set out to make a movie about mental health after the loss of a friend by suicide. Taking the film out into the world, hosting thousands of screenings, and listening to students, parents and educators who shared their stories and challenges inspired the creation of the Creative Coping Toolkit. This program is built by all of us for all of us.

Collaboration is Key

Endorsed by educators, psychiatrists, and mental health advocates around the world, our programming has been crafted with the collaboration of organizations such as: American School Counselor Association, International School Counselor Association, Child Mind Institute, Common Sense Media, and Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Yes - these conversations are hard, but necessary.

We are here to be your guide. 

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"The Creative Coping Toolkit is a beautifully simple, heart-warming approach to tackling some of the toughest issues we face growing up. We are taken by the hand and lightly walked through exercises like how to use language or art to express a mood or to effectively engage others in our journey to abetter connection."
Emily Y. Wong

M.D., M.H.A., F.A.C.P.

"This toolkit is a creative, thoughtful, and intelligently written gem for everyone navigating our increasingly complex world."
Andrea Downie

Co-founding Director of Project Thrive Australia, Centre for Positive Psychology

"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."
Merve Lapus

Vice President Outreach & Engagement, Common Sense Education

Built around our mental health film collection, the Creative Coping Toolkit directly addresses some of the major stressors experienced today.

These film programs complement each other, helping young people to adults towards better thought patterns, more considerate actions, stronger empathy, and resilience helping us all become healthier and more connected.

Angst raises awareness and opens up the conversation about anxiety, helping people understand and manage their symptoms and learn when and how to ask for help.
LIKE explores the addictiveness of social media and the role and impact of technology in our lives.
The Upstanders
The Upstanders teaches about the power of connection and resilience to end bullying behavior, both online and in person.
RACE to Be Human
RACE to Be Human explores the impact of race and racism on our mental health.
Learn More About Our Film Programs

Our Available Packages

The Creative Coping Toolkit (CCT) is flexible to serve your community.
You can select which of our four film programs you want to include in your dashboard, whether it be one or all four. 
And, you can choose to license the program for one year or several.
Multi-film and multi-year packages provide discounted rates.
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