Elizabeth Pulliam, Psy.D. is a psychologist and Associate Professor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Department of Pediatrics, and Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Dr. Pulliam services children and families at Arkansas Children’s Hospital and the UAMS James L. Dennis Developmental Center (DDC). She serves as Director of Psychology Services at the UAMS DDC and oversees psychology services through the ACH Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program.  She specializes in providing consultation, evaluation, and treatment to children with medical and developmental challenges, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and emotional/behavioral difficulties. Dr. Pulliam serves as Psychology Discipline Coordinator for the Arkansas Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) program, an interdisciplinary leadership training program for graduate students.

She also serves as a consultant for the UAMS Project for Adolescent and Child Evaluations (PACE) program, which provides evaluations for children in foster care. Dr. Pulliam is a member of the Training Committee for the UAMS Pediatric Psychology Fellowship and offers lectures and bedside teaching to fellows, residents, medical students, and other trainees.

She also enjoys working with the community and providing training to healthcare providers, parents, and caregivers on various pediatric topics, including autism, feeding problems, and positive support for behavioral challenges.

Graduate School

  • Nova Southeastern University - 2004


  • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences - 2004


  • University of Arkansas at Little Rock - 2005

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