Nicole Wettemann

Holistic Life Coach

We all have those moments but we don't have to live that life!

De Pere, WI

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5.0 of 5 (2)
Nicole Wettemann has experienced and overcome that which she teaches and coaches. What better person to lead you out of your own darkness?
Nicole's calm and reassuring manner puts you instantly at ease. She creates a safe, comforting space where you feel heard and understood and where deep healing can happen. She walks her talk, and brings wisdom to the table that only an experienced mother of former teens can provide. I highly recommend her work and her counsel.

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De Pere
De Pere WI 54115, United States
Mon: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tue: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wed: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thu: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Fri: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Nicole Wettemann Answers
I suffered from depression for over thirty years. Most of the women in my family have. I even studied Psychology in the hope of finding answers. Today, I no longer consider depression a part of my life, and I actually have since specialized in helping other women in healing from depression. My approach is completely holistic. I think the way to get out of depression is to turn inward. To use mindfulness meditation to become crystal clear of your thoughts. Through meditation, you start recognizing that your painful stories are not who you are. There is a deeper presence inside of you. When you can separate out your inner being from the "you" that is suffering from depression, you can start working with the stories, the thoughts and the beliefs that create depression. Spiritually speaking depression is a sign that you are in discord with your inner being. The level of pain you are in is directly related to how separated you are to who you truly came to be in this life. This separation and the pain you are experiencing is often created in childhood. It is possible to identify when the false beliefs were created and by identifying the why, how and when, you can heal from depression. I have done it and I have helped many women accomplish the same. It is doable. Start by becoming really aware of the thoughts (stories) that you are telling yourself that are causing you pain. We tend to think that we are depressed and therefore we are having negative thoughts and pain. It is actually the opposite. We have thoughts that are in discord with the truth of who we are. These thoughts, when carried long enough become our painful truth. So, thoughts create beliefs, beliefs create depression.
Nicole Wettemann Answers
Hi Addy, I just stumbled across this question and saw that nobody has ever answered you. Hopefully, you have gotten your answers by now, but in case you haven't, I will try my best to answer it. Major Depression is most often called Clinical Depression. or Major Depressive Disorder. There is a specific set of symptoms that a doctor would look for in a diagnosis. It also must have been going on for at least three weeks. People that suffer from clinical depression, tend to struggle with it for a long period of time. As for Minor depression, I think there is still some dialogue going on over whether it differs from major depressive disorder in any clinically relevant ways. For the most part, it appears the symptoms are the same as clinical depression but less severe. I hope this helps!
Nicole Wettemann Answers
I know for me mindfulness practice is an essential component in working with my clients on healing depression, anxiety, and trauma. I believe in it so much that I teach mindfulness meditation routinely to my clients struggling with these issues. The reason why I believe mindfulness is so vital in working with these issues is that a regular mindfulness meditation practice helps you to become profoundly aware of your own thought processes. It helps you to create that space between who you truly are (your inner observer) and the person you are showing up as in life. Once you are aware of this dynamic, how your thoughts create your feelings and your beliefs, it becomes easier to work with depression and trauma, because we start understanding just how much control we have over these things. There is so much more to say on that topic, but yes, I believe that the way out of depression, anxiety, and trauma is to go inward. The best way I know how to get there is through mindfulness meditation.

Nicole Wettemann Reviews

5.0 of 5 (2)
Nicole Wettemann has experienced and overcome that which she teaches and coaches. What better person to lead you out of your own darkness?
Nicole's calm and reassuring manner puts you instantly at ease. She creates a safe, comforting space where you feel heard and understood and where deep healing can happen. She walks her talk, and brings wisdom to the table that only an experienced mother of former teens can provide. I highly recommend her work and her counsel.





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