College Suicide Prevention
I’m guessing you’re here because you’ve been tasked with selecting just the right College Suicide Prevention and Postvention Public Speaker and Trainer for your next event?
Is it your job to find the perfect College Mental Health Awareness presenter? An Emotional Health and Motivational Speaker, who is captivating, entertaining, and inspiring students with a bold, fresh, contemporary, and compelling style, delivering ah-ha’s as well as a few ha-ha’s, and winning over your students?
There are literally dozens of College Mental and Emotional Health Speakers to choose from, and everyone expects that you’ll know just which campus presenter to select, to be the highlight of your campus event. No pressure there! Booking the right Mental Health College Speaker may not make you a hero, but hiring the wrong one can…well…be career limiting, to say the least.
The good news is, you’re here.
Whether you’re looking a Youth Mental Health and Motivational Speaker (Middle School and High School), or a College Emotional Health Awareness Speaker focused on College Suicide Prevention and Postvention, Frank King is a great fit.
If your campus has groups that are at highest risk for depression and thoughts of suicide, such as LGBTQ, Latinos, African-Americans, Alaskan-Americans, Native Americans, and/or Veterans, Frank King’s Breakouts, Mental Health Education and Training may be ideal for your school.
As a humorous keynote speaker, Frank brings his college brand of comedy to educate, inspire, and finally, entertain…again, ah-has, with a sprinkling of ha-ha’s, in a one of a kind presentation on matters of life and death.
He blends his experience as a clean, clever stand-up comedian, an award-winning syndicated humor columnist, and as a warrior in his own lifelong battle with depression and thoughts of suicide, for content-packed and eminently listenable keynote presentations and workshops.
What to expect:
• Programs customized to your theme, and the goals of your campus event,
• Keynotes focused on the issues that are important to your student population.
• Your call as to the precise mix of comedy and content for your campus.
Imagine for a moment that you’re at the wrap party for your most recent event, and all that anyone can talk about is: “Where in the world did you find that fabulous College Mental Healthcare Speaker and Trainer?” and “How in the world are we ever going to top that next year?”