One Of A Kind Experience 

mental health speakers for schools


Nathan has been one of the most sought out youth speakers the last decade.  His energy and ability to take you on a journey is remarkable. iHis powerful message focuses on the importance of our choices, mental health, substance/alcohol abuse, bullying, and valuing people, just to name a few. Nathan has empowered youth and adults of every age to show them that they have the ability and capability to persevere through any challenges that come their way! 

  • High School
  • Middle School
  • Elementary School
  • Educator Conferences
  • District Conferences
  • Youth Conferences

school speakers

Nathan will customize your assembly or event to meet the needs of your students and faculty. His powerful, captivating real-life approach is unlike any other school assembly. Nathan shares about his troubled past, life lessons he has learned, failures, successes, and the tools he uses for continual growth.

Typically, school assemblies are 45-90 minutes long. Assembly options also include intimate break out sessions with students in leadership roles or students at risk, staff encouragement, parent sessions, and community nights with Q&A.

Middle & High School Topics

  • Attitude and Character Are Everything
  • Communication & Human Connections
  • The Bully and Insecurity
  • Self-Harming & Suicide are Not an Option
  • Overcoming Circumstance
  • Social Media Comparisons, Cyber Bullying
  • Vaping & Juuling
  • The Power of Choices
  • Drugs, Drinking and Driving (Addiction)
  • Mental Health

Elementary Topics

  • Making Good Choices
  • Kindness Is Contagious
  • Selfish/Selfless
  • Hearing/Listening and the Difference
  • Bullying
  • Being a Real Friend

"I have sat through numerous school convocations regarding drugs/alcohol, bullying, peer pressure, etc. and never have I seen ONE speaker have an entire student body’s attention the way Nathan did. Nathan was able to reach students who we have tried to reach in months, even years. Students came forward wanting to open up about their issues and get help. Following Nathan’s presentation, we saw a change in student behavior. For example, we witnessed students conduct meetings with other students who they had bullied for months, wanting to apologize and make up. We witnessed students helping and sitting with other students who needed a friend. We had students come forward wanting help for drug addictions. Nathan’s story is heartbreaking, however the message he delivers and gets across to these young people is truly amazing." Kindra Hovis - Principal, Shoals High School