We Are Here To Support You and Your Child or Teen
Our skilled therapists at Next Place Therapy provide a kind, understanding, non-judgmental approach to working with you to achieve your best results. Next Place Therapy is currently offering in-person sessions in our office in Largo, Maryland, and virtual sessions. We work with clients 2–18 years old and their Families and caregivers.
We offer ongoing groups for children, adolescents, preteens, and adults and groups for parent support, Adult Adoptees, social skills, and skill-based training. We do not have any current groups at the moment.
Next Place, Therapy Services accepts Self-pay, BCBS, and Cigna. All session fees for individual or family sessions are $185.00 session. Please check your out-of-next-work benefits for mental health services to determine what you can get reimbursed for. I will give you a Superbill to submit for possible reimbursement. Most insurances will offer out-of-network benefits at 40=80% reimbursement. We will do all we can to support you in getting reimbursed.
We also have a sliding scale fee for those who may need it; please ask us about this.
We have had families who successfully got single-case agreements with their insurance. Please ask us more about this when you call 301-531-4227.
Next Place Therapy Services provides Clinical supervision ( DC, MD, and VA) for licensure and Play Therapy Supervision for RPT Process.
I am a Transracial adoptee and adoptive mom. I work with adoptees of all ages to support them in their adoption journey. Adoption comes with mix of many emotions and thoughts, that are unique for each adoptee.
We offer attachment based therapy to work adoptive and foster families.
We offer play therapy, sandtray therapy, and expressive therapy.
Sabra Starnes, LICSW, LCSW-C,LCSW, RPT-S,M. Ed - Speaker & Author
Sabra was adopted as infant in a closed adoption. Growing up in a transracial family in the Midwest had many joys and challenges. Sabra and her family experienced racism and discrimination as a transracial family. Sabra learned to persevere and be a strong advocate for herself. And at a young age, she knew she wanted to help others. She is an adoptive mother of two sons.
She provides adoption counseling using attachment-based therapies connected with expressive therapies. She facilitates a monthly foster and adoptive support group, and ‘Love and Logic’ parenting workshops.
As an expert adoption therapist for the past 23 years, she has the personal experience and professional training to work with families who have been touched by adoption and foster care. She is a strong advocate for children who are in care to have permanency or reunify with their birth families.
UnChain My Legacy
Pain. Denial. Struggle. Poverty. Disappointment. We all make choices, and sometimes we immediately see the results or consequences; some good… some not so good. And, some have a devastating effect on those we love for generations to come.
What do we do about those?
In Unchain My Legacy, each author exposes the truth of their stories; revealing the decisions that have threatened to shackle them, along with the future of their children and their children’s children in a never-ending chain of bondage…
It’s time to break the links; to look our choices in the face and say, No more.