Walking Man screening  

Walking Man can be screened at schools, events, conferences, community theaters, or anywhere a group would like to share mental health awareness and education. A screening may include a full or partial showing of the film, Walking Man, a presentation, a Q&A, and/or a discussion surrounding mental health. A Walking Man screening allows audiences to connect to a difficult subject matter. Screenings may be used as a stand-alone event or to accompany other Walking Man programs or services.

Watch the Walking Man trailer here. See where Walking Man presents here.
Email info@teamwalkingman.com to schedule presentations.

Curriculum

Through a comprehensive mental health curriculum, students will gain knowledge in the areas of mental health awareness and suicide prevention. The curriculum includes the award-winning documentary, Walking Man, corresponding lessons and activities, student resources, and teacher guides. The curriculum is ideal for students middle school or above and there is a potential for a member of the Walking Man team to present parts of the curriculum to students and/or train educators.

Learn more about the Walking Man curriculum here.

Consulting Services, Workshops & Trainings

Walking Man is avialable for trainings, workshops, and consulting services in areas surrounding mental health and bullying prevention for educators, students, mental health professionals, first-responders, health care providers, community leaders, child advocacy groups, and more. Services can be tailored for your group’s specific need. Email info@teamwalkingman.com to discuss.

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I have had the pleasure to hear Mark present several times and I always learn something new. As an adjunct professor, I invite various guest speakers to my classes and my students consistently mention that they wish Mark could have more class time to present his impactful information because he is one of their favorites. I believe all audiences will be motivated by hearing the trials and triumphs Mark has experienced over his life’s journey.
— Jason Thompson Counselor, Clayton School District / Adjunct Professor, Lindenwood University