Counseling for Anxious Professionals
KRISTI WOLLBRINK, AMFT
Slow down and find a deeper connection.
I help busy professionals decrease anxiety to find meaningful connection.
Sometimes you can’t shake the feeling that you aren’t enough. The feeling that somehow you can never “get it right.” Feelings of continual self-doubt, worry, and anxiety keep you from being able to let go and enjoy the people and spaces you so deeply care about. You wish you could find a way to feel connected with yourself to be able to find secure connection in the relationships with those around you.
This internal struggle can cause tension that leaves you anxious and depressed. This can often show up as a feeling of constant worry that you don’t measure up. This is often connected with the feeling that you will fail or that you’ll be left alone.
The path forward means releasing yourself from this pressure so that you can begin to connect with your purpose and self-worth. It doesn’t have to feel impossible to connect with yourself and the things the people that matter the most to you.
That’s exactly where your journey of therapy can begin. Together, we can work to identify and strengthen your sense of value and self-approval. This will allow you to find a greater sense of connection in a way that brings deep fulfillment and meaning.
I help people who feel anxious or depressed to re-connect with themselves so they can find meaning and connection with others.
Kristi Wollbrink, LMFT
What kinds of problems do you help with?
When we feel a sense of distance in our closest relationships this can often lead to feeling less connected to our own needs and wants. It’s in these moments that we get anxious and lose space to truly care for ourselves. I help people who feel anxious and depressed to reconnect with themselves and find meaningful connections with others.
How much do sessions cost?
My fee is $175/session. I occasionally can accommodate sliding scale appointments. I offer super bills for out-of-network insurance reimbursement. Call our care coordinator with any questions about fee.
What do you like about being a therapist?
I love that as humans we have an endless capacity to grow and change. This belief inspires the work that I do. I value the opportunity to join with clients on the journey forward into the person they want to be. The collaborative work of growth and change makes me love the work I do as a therapist.
Located in Downtown Los Angeles and Pasadena
I practice at two locations - DTLA and Pasadena.
520 S. Grand Ave, in suite 671. Parking can be found in Pershing Square or the Los Angeles Public Library.
595 E. Colorado Blvd. in suite 629. Parking can be found on the street.