Brittany Fowler, LPC completed the Training for Adoption Competency (TAC) program in 2019. Brittany is currently a Director of Early Childhood Development at Connect and Restore in Oklahoma. Brittany currently serves Tulsa and surrounding areas working with children ages 0-18 and their families. Brittany is also trained in working with individuals and couples of all ages who have experienced hardships, trauma, and loss. Brittany focuses on addressing the needs of young children and their families who have experienced trauma through pursuit of Infant Mental Health Endorsement, which includes ages/stages: prenatal through age 6. Britany has her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Oklahoma State University as well as extensive post-graduate training in trauma, adoption, family systems, infant mental health, and play therapy. Brittany is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor, an Endorsed Infant Mental Health Specialist (IMH-E®, level III), 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, Traumaplay foundational level trained, and I hold a certificate in Adoption Competency from C.A.S.E. (the Center for Adoption Support and Education). Brittany’s current professional goals are to sit for the Certified Perinatal Mental Health exam, become EMDR certified, and pursue advanced Theraplay training. Connect and Restore currently accepts all major insurances, cash, and some other arrangements available as needed.