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Elizabeth Bojie



Self Esteem, Postpartum, Women's Issues, Parenting, Attachment, Play Therapy, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Grief and Loss, Life Transitions, Pregnancy Or Infant Loss, Miscarriage, Children, Adults


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Elizabeth Bojie holds a Master of Science in Counseling, with an emphasis in play therapy, from John Brown University. A Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC), she is working toward becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Registered Play Therapist. She is also a certified birth and postpartum doula through DONA International.

An advocate for the mental health of new and expectant parents, Elizabeth is certified in Perinatal Mental Health (PMH-C), is Chair of Arkansas’s Board of Directors for Postpartum Support International, and is a mentor with PSI’s peer mentor program. As a professional birth and postpartum doula, Elizabeth has a unique skill set as she not only understands the physiological processes of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum, but she blends her experience of being present at births and providing tangible support to postpartum families with her clinical skills as a therapist. Her experience and training also include working with those who have had a miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant loss.

In session, she integrates person-centered, trauma-informed, and attachment-based therapies as clients explore obstructive narratives, process grief, trauma, or loss, and live presently in the here and now.

When working with children, she uses child-centered play, attachment, and expressive-arts-based techniques to build self-esteem, improve interpersonal skills, and process emotions. Believing that people are influenced and nurtured during early primary relationships, she considers it an honor to partner with parents and significant caregivers to encourage attachment and bonding.

With all of her clients, she takes a strengths-based approach and values the unique and creative contributions of all. She believes that every person is worthy of being seen, being heard, and that their story matters.

Elizabeth is a lifelong learner, is working toward her Doctorate in Community Care and Counseling, actively participates in community-based advocacy projects, and enjoys spending time with her family on their hobby farm.

Elizabeth Bojie
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