Nic Newling is an outspoken advocate for mental health, suicide prevention, and sharing personal stories. Nic has reached millions of people through television, live talks, documentaries, radio, print, and online.

He regularly speaks internationally at industry conferences, educational institutions, and workplaces.

Nic strives to make a continuing positive impact utilising sharing and listening to encourage helpful, unscripted conversations around mental health, suicide prevention, and getting the most out of life. Nic is an ambassador for Movember, Australia Day, R U OK? Day, and the Australian Mental Health Prize.

He has been featured on Australian Story, The TODAY Show in New York, Huffington Post, the documentary 'Suicide: The Ripple Effect', and his mother's Human Rights Award winning memoir ‘Missing Christopher’.

Growing up in Australia, he now calls Sydney and New York home and continues to travel the world speaking and sharing.

Missing Christopher

Jayne Newling, Nic's mother, authored a memoir titled Missing Christopher. It's the story of her journey through inconsolable grief after the death of her teenage son, Nic's brother, Christopher.