You want to take charge of your life and take back the driver's seat.
You won't settle for less than a therapist who genuinely gives a damn about your success.
You are ready to work on whatever is keeping you from being the best version of yourself.
You appreciate being called out on your BS.
You like when people are authentic and real.
You deserve knowledgeable, competent providers.
Your identities include being transgender, queer, consensually non-monogamous, or practicing BDSM/kink OR you are questioning/exploring your gender, sexuality, sexual interests, or relationship structure.
You're in the right place!
Abbie Rolf, MA
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern
Abbie Rolf, MA is the owner of Healing Village.
Abbie is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern practicing psychotherapy in an intimate private practice in Largo, FL. Their primary therapeutic focus is serving and supporting local transgender, genderqueer, non-binary, and gender diverse individuals. They proudly serve the LGBQIAP+ community, consensually non-monogamous adults, and those who practice BDSM/kink. Their particular areas of interest include gender-affirming care, grief/loss, trauma, shame, anxiety, and depression.
Abbie grew up on a working farm in rural Illinois. This is where they learned the value of caring for others, nurturing growth, and how fulfilling it can be to help lift another person up. They attended Illinois State University (ISU) and in 2007 received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. While they were a student at ISU they were active in Gamma Phi Circus and PRIDE (the LGBTQIA+ campus organization). After graduation, Abbie spent the better part of a decade working in social services and as a medical disability examiner for the Social Security Administration. They attended Argosy University Tampa from 2016 until it’s closure in March 2019. They graduated in June 2019 from National Louis University with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Abbie is a proud member of the LGBTQIAP+ community. They are a Humanist Celebrant (secular/non-religious clergy). They enjoy kayaking, going to the beach and reading action thriller fiction novels. They live in Largo with their partner and 2 dogs (their furry overlords).
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (2007)
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (2019)
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern #IMH18644 (Florida)
World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)
Transgender Professional Association for Transgender Health (TPATH)
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)
Gay & Lesbian Mental Health Association (GLMA)
American Counseling Association (ACA)
Florida Counseling Association (FCA)
Association for LGBT Issues in Counseling (ALGBTIC)
Florida Association for LGBT Issues in Counseling (FALGBTIC)
American Psychological Association - Division 44 (APA)
About The Practice
Mission: To improve the outcomes and decrease the disparities for gender, sexual, and relationship structure minorities by providing compassionate, knowledgeable, and inclusive mental health care.
The idea for Healing Village came about while I was driving, as do most of my best ideas. I was thinking about the ways I believe people heal. One of those ways, which I believe is essential for most people, is connection with others or community. The idea of coming together, becoming an intentional "village" and creating chosen family has been so important for the specific communities I serve. To contribute to that as a helping professional, to create a place where folx can come as part of their healing journey, was my intention in creating Healing Village.
Healing Village is a safe space and to ensure this, an anti-discrimination policy modeled from the "Hate Has No Home Here" campaign is enforced on the premises. This means Healing Village “promotes just and inclusive communities by encouraging neighbors to declare their homes, schools, businesses, and places of worship to be safe places where everyone is welcome and valued”. As such, Healing Village does not discriminate. Those individuals who may have experienced discrimination due to race, ethnicity, religion, sexual identity, gender identity, relationship structure, relationship status, etc. will be safe and welcome. Your identity will be respected. Healing Village encourages the use of pronoun pins or stickers. You will be referred to by the name and pronouns you go by, whenever safe, which will be discussed in session. This also means that no acts of discrimination, aggression, or hate toward any other individuals will be tolerated. Any individuals engaging in such behavior will be asked to leave the premises immediately. This may also be grounds for termination of services, at the therapist’s discretion.