Suicide Prevention Speaker and Trainer

Suicide Prevention Speaker and Trainer

Frank King - Motivational Speaker

SpeakerMatch

Knock 'em Alive!

Writer for The Tonight Show. Using lifetime battle with depression, thoughts of ending his life, and his skills as a speaker-comedian to teach Suicide Prevention/Post-vention. Customized programs for Associations, Corporations, Colleges, HR Pros

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from Eugene, OR (US)

For more information about booking Suicide Prevention Speaker and Trainer, visit
http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/FrankKing

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Suicide Prevention Speaker and Trainer
Frank King - Motivational Speaker

White Collar Comedy, LLC

Knock 'em Alive!

Writer for The Tonight Show. Using lifetime battle with depression, thoughts of ending his life, and his skills as a speaker-comedian to teach Suicide Prevention/Post-vention. Customized programs for Associations, Corporations, Colleges, HR Pros

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from Eugene, OR

Suicide Prevention Speaker and Trainer - Motivational Speaker

Suicide Prevention Speaker and Trainer

White Collar Comedy, LLC

Knock 'em Alive!

Writer for The Tonight Show. Using lifetime battle with depression, thoughts of ending his life, and his skills as a speaker-comedian to teach Suicide Prevention/Post-vention. Customized programs for Associations, Corporations, Colleges, HR Pros

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from: Eugene, OR

For more information about booking Suicide Prevention Speaker and Trainer,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/FrankKing/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Video Library

TED Talk "A Matter of Laugh or Death"

A former writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Frank King uses his lifetime battle with depression and his skills as a full time comedian and speaker as a vehicle for social change. Tailored presentations are available for human resource departments, colleges and universities, workplace or company functions. Depression is the most common mental health disorder in the workplace 1 and affects about one in 10 employees. Mental illness, when untreated or under-treated, often manifests as a performance issue, such as absenteeism or compromised productivity. The annual economic, indirect cost of mental illnesses is estimated to be at least $79 billion. Most of that amount--approximately $63 billion--reflects the cost of lost productivity. Mental illness causes more days of work loss and work impairment than chronic health conditions such as diabetes, asthma, arthritis, back pain, hypertension, and heart disease. Solution? Become a Mental Health First Responder.

View Clip Open in New Window

Convention Comedy

Every group or industry has a favorite joke, and they almost always want to share it with me.

View Clip Open in New Window

A Scar Is Born! The Cardiac Comedian

Nobody Ever Dies Laughing, Healing Hearts with Humor One Ticker at a Time. Laugh and Learn the 5 Secrets to Living Happily Heart Healthy

View Clip Open in New Window

Get Up Off Your Aspirations!

Laugh and Learn How, When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Joking Day in and day out people face pain, loss, stresses, and personal messes. As a Certified Laugh Coach, Stress Reduction Specialist, and Professional Comedian since 1985, who has totaled one marriage, two heart valves, and three cars, and turned a million dollar real estate portfolio, amassed by age 52, into, a $125,000 real estate portfolio by age 53, I offer time-tested tools for using humor to turn pain into punchlines, losses into laughs, and messes and stresses into successes

View Clip Open in New Window

Networking: The Greatest Thing I've Ever Done

A friend was trying to adopt a little boy from Nepal, and everyone had signed off on the adoption except Homeland Security, yes, Homeland Security, and if somebody didn't do something, the clock would run out and the little boy would remain in Nepal. I told my friend that I would see what I could do...hoping that I could somehow do my networking magic, and make the adoption happen...long shot though it may be...

View Clip Open in New Window