Mental health documentary screening and community conversation at Johnson County Community College March 28

picture of empty auditorium (Midwest Trust Center)

Friends of Johnson County Mental Health Center and Johnson County Community College are partnering to host a screening of the mental health documentary, Angst, Tuesday, March 28 at 6 p.m. at the Midwest Trust Center. The screening is free and open to the community. 

The goal of the screening is to start a conversation, fight the stigma, and help the community better understand anxiety, a common mental health challenge. The one-hour documentary includes hopeful interviews with young people living with anxiety and resources and coping strategies from mental health experts. 

The screening will include a panel discussion with local experts from Johnson County Mental Health Center, JCCC’s Counseling Center, and Renew Counseling Center in Olathe. Audience members are encouraged to bring their questions and join the conversation. Panel participants will include: 

  • Alex Wells, moderator, Assistant Dean of Counseling Services, Johnson County Community College
  • Sarah Albert, LMSW, Johnson County Mental Health Center clinician embedded at Johnson County Community College 
  • Kori Hintz-Bohn, LCPC, founder of Renew Counseling Center, a local treatment provider with an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for anxiety disorders 
  • Star Triscornia, Ph.D., Faculty Chair of Counseling Services, Johnson County Community College 

No tickets are required to attend the documentary screening, but RSVP is preferred through Eventbrite.

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