Boundless offers a variety of in-person and telehealth therapy options for children.
What makes our approach to child therapy special?
Our team of psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners can provide individual counseling services at home, school, and in the community. We engage family members, school staff, child behavioral therapists, and other care providers to develop well-rounded strategies that address your child's unique challenges.
Why work with a psychiatrist?
A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who diagnoses and treats behavioral and mental health challenges. They attend medical school and complete a residency program, often receiving certification in a specialty area. As a medical doctor, a psychiatrist can prescribe medication. This medical expertise is a key difference between psychiatrists from psychologists or other counselors. Psychiatric nurse practitioners support a psychiatrist and also diagnose and treat patients with similar needs.
Meet Our Clinicians
Dr. Ramanathan is board certified in child and adolescent psychiatry and adult psychiatry. She has a passion for working with children and adults with autism and developmental disabilities. Dr. Ramanathan has served the Boundless community since 2014. She completed her residency and fellowship at The Ohio State University and has been a practicing outpatient psychiatrist for the past 15 years and is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurolo...
Alexa provides comprehensive mental health care by prescribing medication and providing psychotherapy. She received a bachelor’s degree in public health with a concentration in sociology and a master’s degree in psychiatric mental health nursing from The Ohio State University. Alexa is from Powell, OH, and spent many years working with individuals with disabilities and autism by volunteering with her mother, who is an intervention specialist. Alexa continued to...
Evan has been interested in relieving the mental anguish of others from a very young age, even before he truly understood that meant working in mental health. It wasn’t until the end of grade school that he realized his passion for brain sciences, ultimately leading him to study psychology at Indiana University. In addition to his undergraduate studies, Evan also worked in a lab which focused on the ways social/emotional development in childhood affects life out...
Is therapy right for my child?
If mental or behavioral health challenges are disrupting your child's daily life, connecting with a Boundless psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner may offer the support they need. Call one of our intake counselors today to learn more or to get started.