Frank King: Notable Comedian Shares His Story Of Suicide Prevention

Join Patti Katter with Frank King as they talk about using comedy as a format to start the conversation on suicide prevention. Frank is an inspirational and motivational speaker and trainer dubbed “The Mental Health Comedian.” He shares his experience dealing with suicide and depression and uses it in his comedy to help push the mental health agenda. Here’s a breakdown of what to expect in this episode:

Frank’s struggle with generational depression and suicide Why comedians are more likely to have depression How Frank teaches people to be stand-up comedians Comedy as a way to spread awareness and prevent suicide Tips for suicide intervention and so much more!

About Frank King:

Frank King is a suicide prevention and postvention public speaker and trainer. He was a writer for The Tonight Show for 20 years, a corporate comedian, syndicated humor columnist, and podcast personality featured on CNN’s Business Unusual.

As an inspirational and motivational public speaker and trainer, he uses the life lessons and lessons learned as a rather active consumer of healthcare, both mental and physical, to start the conversation about mental health. Through speaking, he gives people who battle mental and emotional Illness permission to voice their feelings and experiences surrounding depression and suicide and create a common pool of knowledge in which those who suffer, and those who care about them, can swim.


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