Nicole Beasley

Professional Experience

Nicole Beasley has been a researcher and writer since 2006, working on a project in health and wellness, self-improvement, finance, and business. She has an interest specifically in mental health and self-improvement and helping others to know that they are not alone in their battles.

Over the years, Nicole has covered topics such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, relationships with self and others, time management, and other mental health topics. She has written content for hundreds of publications and websites over the last several years, as well as several e-books.

In addition to writing, Nicole has professional experience in business management, office management, and customer service. She has spent a great deal of her career researching and examining behavior and psychology, both for writing projects and as it pertains to the management of people in business and retail settings.

Education

Nicole has attended University of Missouri-Kansas City’s school of journalism and worked on the University newspaper during her tenure. She ultimately earned a degree in Business Management with a specialization in Retail Management from Kaplan University and graduated with honors.

“My Philosophy on Mental Health and Wellness”

I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 1995, and I have been under ongoing treatment since 2010. My firsthand experience with mental illness gives me a unique perspective on mental health topics and the stigma that is associated with mental illness. I feel that it is both my obligation and my pleasure to inform others about mental health issues. I also feel that it is important for people who suffer from mental illness to recognize that they are not alone, help is available, and there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Wellness can be had, with effort, understanding, and support.

'For Additional Help & Support With Your Concerns'
'Speak with a Licensed Counselor Today'
The information on this page is not intended to be a substitution for diagnosis, treatment, or informed professional advice. You should not take any action or avoid taking any action without consulting with a qualified mental health professional. For more information, please read our terms of use.