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Nurturing

FEB 25

Nurturing Webinar Series: A Look at Our children's Sensory Needs

by Sabra Starnes, Play Therapy Trainer, LICSW,LCSW-C, RPT-S, M.Ed

$30

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DMV Adoptive and Foster Families this is a Webinar for you!

Children from hard places are often impacted in many different ways by their histories. One of the most profound, yet often overlooked, is the way in which the children’s sensory processing is affected. We will watch and discuss the video A Sensory World: Making Sense of Sensory Disorders, produced by the TCU Institute of Child Development features Dr. Karyn Purvis and offers insights about how sensory processing disorders make it difficult for many children to function at home and school and can be the underlying cause of behavioral problems. The video provides parents and professionals with the insights they need to learn to recognize signs of sensory disorders as well as the practical strategies to help parents and children effectively deal with them. In addition, child development researchers Dr. Karyn Purvis and Dr. David Cross, and Carol Kranowitz, author of The Out-of-Sync Child, provide a number of playful activities to help children improve their self-esteem and overcome everyday struggles that hamper their success.

Sabra Starnes is a Clinical Social Worker who is in private practice in Largo, Maryland. She has worked with adoptive and foster families for the past 21 years. She is an adoptive mom of 2 young adult sons. She is a trained Trusted Behavior Relational Intervention Practitioner.

Date And Time
Tue, February 25, 2020
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM EST


Refund Policy
No Refunds

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Sabra Starnes, Play Therapy Trainer, LICSW,LCSW-C, RPT-S, M.Ed


Sabra Starnes is a Clinical Social Worker who has been practicing for 21 years in the DMV area. She worked for 13 years in the District of Columbia Public School System as a School Social Worker.

She is the founder of Next Place Therapy Services a private practice that has offices in Largo, Maryland and Washington, DC.

She became a Registered Play Therapist in 2003. And a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor in 2015. She presents both in person and online play therapy training towards becoming a Registered Play Therapist.

Sabra's training still is engaging, humorous and fun. She has a strong passion for educating and supporting clinicians to become effective and highly skilled play therapists.

She is strong and active in promoting play therapy through having meEt and greets, networking, selling of her own play therapy products.

Sabra believes in the power of play and that play can heal children, familie, and adults who are dealing with life challenges.

She looks forward to having you attend training! Any questions please ask.

The world needs Play Therapists!

Next Place Therapy Services is an Approved Provider of Play Therapy #17-526
 

Play Well!

Starnes

Office Phone Number: (301) 531-4227