Confessions of a Depressed Comic

The rescheduled Kevin Breel event took place on Thursday, March 27, 2014. If you missed it, you can click the link below to view his funny, relevant, personal and poignant presentation and discussion with an audience of over 900 students, parents, and faculty at ABRHS. We thank ABRHS Broadcast department and Acton TV for creating and distributing this video!

See On Demand video of Comedian Kevin Breel here

Click here to read the Kevin Breel Spotlight Article: Just Know You're Not Alone

 

Comedian and Mental Health Activist, Kevin Breel,

shared his personal story as he combines comedy with an honest and hopeful conversation about mental health issues. 

7:00pm at the AB Regional High School Auditorium. Co-sponsored with the ABRHS PTSO. There is no charge for this community-wide event. We strongly encourage our community's teens and their parents to attend.In high school, Kevin Breel looked nothing like a depressed teen. He was a team captain, popular, funny, confident and led his high school basketball team to a championship season. But a few hours after winning the game, Breel contemplated suicide. Twenty-year-old Kevin suffers from clinical depression, an illness that knows no boundaries. Kevin uses his passion for stand-up comedy to talk about his personal battle with depression.

We have compiled a list of resources for help with teen depression and suicide issues.

Please click to connect to our Get Help page.

 

 

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