Meet Our Team

Brittany Fowler

LPC & Supervisor, Registered Play Therapist

I came to the counseling profession through a combination of having experienced my own need for these services, seeing the transformational benefits it had on those around me, and having it confirmed in many ways as a calling.  From this ever-evolving perspective, I came to deeply value the concept of “being with” people in whatever space they may be in when they come into therapy which is heavily influenced by the counseling theories of Person-Centered and Family Systems approaches to treatment.  My hope is that people will feel heard, seen, and known in the context of a therapeutic relationship with me, as they learn to navigate the transitions and challenges of life.

 I have both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Oklahoma State University as well as extensive post-graduate training in trauma, adoption, family system needs, infant mental health, and play therapy.  I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor, a Registered Play Therapist, an EMDR trained therapist, a TBRI Practitioner, a Circle of Security Parent facilitator, a rostered Child-Parent Psychotherapy clinician, trained in S.I.P. (Somatic Integration & Processing I), Theraplay Level 1 trained, Attachment & Bio-behavioral Catch-up credentialed, and I hold a certificate in Adoption Competency from C.A.S.E. (the Center for Adoption Support and Education).  I also plan to sit for the Infant Mental Health Endorsement Exam in the coming months.  Prior to pursuing licensure as a counselor, I served as a youth director in a church context and leader of a recovery program for teens for five years.

My areas of practice focus are with children ages 0-18 and their families but I also enjoy working with individuals and couples of all ages who have experienced hardships, trauma, and loss.  The past several years however, my focus has been on addressing the needs of young children and their families who have experienced trauma through her pursuit of Infant Mental Health Endorsement, which includes ages/stages: prenatal through age 6.  I take great delight in and am honored to work with families in these spaces as I have specific personal and professional experience around the importance of the attachment relationship and how it impacts relationships throughout the lifespan.

My husband and I reside locally with our four children, we are involved in our church, and enjoy being out in nature – particularly the mountains with the beach as a close second.  Our home is joyfully and comically, a house divided by the Cowboys and the Sooners.  Lastly, a note that highlights my greatest joys in life, is my role as a mother through both adoption and natural birth.  My heart is deeply connected to the needs of families who are built in a variety of ways.