ADHD, Autplay, Grief and Loss, Postpartum, Self Esteem
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
An advocate for the mental health of new and expectant parents, Elizabeth is certified in
Perinatal Mental Health (PMH-C) and is Chair of Arkansas’s Board of Directors for
Postpartum Support International.
Believing that people are influenced and nurtured during early primary relationships, Elizabeth considers it an honor to come alongside parents and significant caregivers, creating a holistic team that benefits clients.
Taking a strengths-based approach, Elizabeth values the unique and creative contributions of all, including those who identify as neurodivergent. She believes that every child is worthy of being seen, being heard, and that their story matters.
Through play-based activities, Elizabeth focuses on esteem building, decision making, and relationships. She also implements expressive arts-based activities, including painting, drawing, clay, and sandtray. Seeing the benefits of creative play with children, she also has a special interest in research supporting expressive and play-based techniques across the lifespan, including adults who are processing grief and trauma.
Elizabeth is a lifelong learner, enjoys participating in community-based advocacy projects, and spending time with her family on their small hobby farm.