Dr. Ramanujam helps children and youth find courage, lean into uncertainty, and take steps toward creating richer and more meaningful lives. She approaches her work with both skill and flexibility, balancing scientific knowledge with careful listening and collaboration. Her work is generally goal focused and she involves caregivers in the therapy process as needed.
Dr. Ramanujam received her B.A. from Wellesley College and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from The University of Utah. She went on to complete her residency and fellowship training at Oregon Health & Science University. She has extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapies for pediatric anxiety and related conditions, and utilizes modalities such as Exposure and Response Prevention, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Habit Reversal Training, and mindfulness-based practices. Additionally, Dr. Ramanujam has specialized training in pediatric psychology and is adept in helping youth adjust to chronic health conditions.
Outside of work, you can find Dr. Ramanujam going for long walks in nature, playing with her young children at the park, or enjoying the Portland food (and ice cream!) scene.
OR License #3234
WA Temporary Permit #61107715
Body-focused Repetitive Behaviors
Chronic Health Conditions
“Let’s be curious, together.”
Online articles & resources
- Hey Warrior: A Book for Kids About Anxiety by Karen Young (5-12 years)
- What to Do When You Worry Too Much by Dawn Huebner (6-12 years)
- Outsmarting Worry by Dawn Huebner, Ph.D. (9-13 years)
- Stuff That’s Loud: A Teen’s Guide to Unspiraling When OCD Gets Noisy by Bed Sedley & Lisa Coyne (teens)
- Freeing Your child from Anxiety by Tamar Chansky, Ph.D. (parents)