Please note: You'll be able to enter the webinar up to 15 minutes before the scheduled start time on May 14th. The first 1,000 people to enter the webinar will join us live. For those who are unable to attend we will send you information to experience the movie, the discussion panel, AIT resources, plus a bonus uplifting video with the panel, including Shailene and Cara, for $9.99 through the end of May.
During this time of unprecedented uncertainty and skyrocketing anxiety in our world due to COVID-19, All It Takes is offering families a free at-home screening of the nationally-acclaimed IndieFlix Original documentary Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety, followed by an informative and inspiring panel discussion designed to empower all of us, including our youth, to develop vital skills we need to navigate both today’s pandemic and their future.
The critical insights and coping tools introduced in the film, combined with All It Takes’ proven strategies and the discussion after the film will help all of us handle the challenges we face.
If you would like All It Takes to support your school, organization, or corporation, with a personalized screening and discussion of the film Angst, please contact Adriane@allittakes.org. We are here for you, your youth, your employee teams, and for Care-Givers all navigating the pandemic and all we will face in the coming months.
Angst Documentary (56 Minutes)
Materials and Resources
Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 5:00 PM
Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Angst, Executive Producer (and parent in the film)
Karin Gornick is an Emmy-award winning producer who has been creating social impact projects and films for broadcast, non profit organizations and corporations over the past 25 years, including projects for CNN, Discovery Networks, PBS, The...
Lori is a public speaker, trainer, and author supporting youth and Youth Influencers everywhere. Focused on Social Emotional Learning (SEL, also called emotional intelligence), development, Lori trains parents, educators, coaches, club leaders,...
Michael Young is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 30 years of experience delivering psychological and educational services to highly diverse populations in a variety of settings. Trained primarily in psychodynamic and...
I started my journey with the All it takes organization in late 2016. Mentoring youth has always been in my life, personally and professionally. At 18 I took on raising my five younger brothers when they lost their mom. We had already lost our...
Dylan is a 16 year old junior at Newbury Park High School. His first experience with AIT was during his 7th grade year where got the opportunity to attend a leadership camp. When asked about AIT Dylan said, " AIT has helped me through some of the...
My name is Jack Fitzgerald. I am currently 17 years old and I’m a senior at Quartz Hill High School. I’ve been with All It Takes since I was in the 8th grade, so roughly 4 years. I’ve stayed with AIT this long because I feel there’s an important...