IndieFlix Shines the Light on Anxiety with Must-See Documentary
A new film created to start community conversations about anxiety

Presented by The Lotus School of Liberal Arts

A film and panel discussion about how anxiety disorders are real, common and treatable

In response to the overwhelmingly positive feedback from our first Angst screening in Doylestown, PA, we have scheduled a second screening date. We will show the film at Lehigh University on May 1 at 7 p.m. The audience from the first showing said that they wanted to invite, beg, or drag several others to a showing — Here is your opportunity!

It is a powerful film about the nature of anxiety and anxiety disorders in young people. After the screening, a panel of doctors, psychologists and educators will host a forum for questions and answers. The event is meant to break the stigma of talking about these disorders and to leave feeling hopeful about growth and management.
Screening will be held at
Lehigh University, Rauch Business Center Room 184
621 Taylor Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015
Evening co-sponsored by:
Red Hill Medical + Wellness and
Counseling Psychology Program @ Lehigh University


IndieFlix, a leading independent online streaming platform, along with its non-profit arm, the IndieFlix Foundation, is sparking a global conversation about anxiety through screenings of its brand-new documentary, Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety. The Lotus School of Liberal Arts will hold a special screening of the documentary to open up a dialogue between local families, community leaders and experts. The event will feature a viewing of the 56-minute film, followed by an informative panel discussion.

“Everybody needs to know that anxiety disorders are real, common and treatable instead of viewing them as a personal choice or something to be ashamed of,” said Dr. Jerry Bubrick, Senior Director of Anxiety Disorders Center, Child Mind Institute. “Getting help early is crucial in giving people the tools they need to feel better. We just need to start the conversation.”

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Panelists include:

Dr. Kristann Heinz
is a board-certified medical doctor with the American Academy of Family Medicine and American Board of Integrative-Holistic Medicine. She is also a registered dietician and medical acupuncturist. Her medical facility, Red Hill Medical + Wellness is located in Ottsville, PA. Dr. Heinz is dedicated to the understanding that the basis for wellness and healing rests in a foundation of good nutrition, physical movement and emotional health. With personal research that is never-ceasing, she follows the charge that it is every person’s right and responsibility to truly understand their own personal health story.


Mr. James Mast
is a Licensed Professional Counselor and certified Eco-Systemic Structural Family Therapist. He works in the Mental Health Outpatient department at Penn Foundation. James’ clinical work focuses on helping individuals, couples, and families understand and cope with a variety of mental health issues. He specializes in supporting children who are high risk for hospitalization due to the severity of their behaviors. He spends time collaborating with community organizations on subjects related to mental health. He completed his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Trauma Studies at Eastern University.  He leads workshops on topics such as peacemaking, the impact of social media, implicit bias, honoring diversity, and modern anxiety. He is involved in his community and strives to bring about positive change.



Parking information for Lehigh University:

There is a parking garage next to the Rauch Business Center at the Zoellner Arts Center at 420 E. Packer Ave., Bethlehem. There is also street parking on Packer Ave. Both parking areas are metered.