Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia
Adults and Teens, Ages 14 and Up
Thursday, November 21, 2019 - 7:00pm
About the Event
In this film we address the historical impact of depression in its many forms. From the roots of slavery, those who were formally incarcerated, the impact on day to day personal and professional relationships, and the effects on and from the church. This documentary follows the journey of individuals with firsthand experience dealing with depression from the perspective of those who have personally dealt with or who have been diagnosed with the disease. This film also provides professional insight from counselors, licensed professional therapists and spiritual advisers.
The film screening will be followed by panel discussion facilitated by Dr. Beth Salcedo and Dr. Linda Fleming McGhee. The panel includes filmmakers Corbin Coleman and Charles Crouch, Dr. Otema Adade, and Maura Roll, LPC.
Free. Donations will be collected at the screening to support the important work being done by 4C Visuals Group.
The Ross Center – Northern Virginia
1595 Spring Hill Road, Auditorium
Vienna, VA 22182
Trailer: I’m Good Bro Trailer
About 4C Visuals Group
Filmmakers Corbin Coleman and Charles Crouch founded 4C Visuals Group. They met 5 years ago in corporate America, and decided to embark on their own entrepreneurial venture. Their motto is simple, “Inspire through purpose. Fulfill through action”.
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For more information, please contact Laurie Stern at: [email protected] or 202-363-1010.
Mary E. (Beth) Salcedo , MD
Psychiatrist, Medical Director
Linda McGhee J.D., Psy.D.
Otema Adade MD, MA
Maura Roll , LPC, CSAC
Psychotherapist and Director of DBT Program
Washington, D.C. & Northern Virginia
Corbin Coleman and Charles Crouch – 4 C Visuals