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Roxanne Ramjattan, PhD, RSW, MSW

Registered Social Worker / Mental Health Therapist

Roxanne Ramjattan is passionate about mental health and is a firm believer in evidence-based practices. Roxanne obtained a PhD in Social Work at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto. She also holds a Couple and Family Therapy Studies Certificate from the University of Guelph and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Windsor. Roxanne has obtained level three certifications in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from the Adler Centre for Learning and Dialectic Behavioural Therapy from the Nevada Psychological Association. Roxanne is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.

Roxanne Ramjattan has over 15 years of field experience. She has been employed by the University of Toronto, Gerstein Crisis Centre, Griffin Centre, United Way, Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society and Family Respite Services Windsor-Essex. Her volunteer experience includes organizations such as IMAGINE Student Clinic, Distress Centre, New Beginnings Girls Group Home, Sandwich Community Health Centre and Multicultural Council of Windsor-Essex County.

Roxanne Ramjattan has over 10 years of clinical counselling experience using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Dialectic Behavioural Therapy under the supervision of recognized professionals. In addition, she has experience using other therapy techniques such as Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Emotion-Focused (EFT). Roxanne is a part of a multi-disciplinary supervision team of practitioners for confidential discussion of challenging cases and best practices.


Literature Contributions

Growing older with bipolar

Flanigan, R. (January 5, 2016). BP Magazine, The Coming of Age, Winter 2016 edition. Retrieved from:

Field instructors’ perceptions of foundation year students’ readiness to engage in field education

Bogo, M., Lee, B., McKee, E., Baird, S, & Ramjattan, R. (2016). Social Work Education: The International Journal, 35(2), 204-214. DOI: 10.1080 /02615479 .2015 .1123689

Bridging class and field: Field instructors and liaisons reaction to information about students’ baseline performance derived from simulated interviews

Bogo, M., Lee, B., McKee, E., Ramjattan, R. & Baird, S. (2016). Journal of Social Work Education. (2):1-11.

Manual: Maintaining a working relationship with clients when reporting suspected child maltreatment: Using simulation in education.

Tufford, L., Bogo, M., Lee, B., Katz, E., Ramjattan, R. (2014 – 2016).

First Nations child poverty: A literature review and analysis. First Nations Children’s Action Research and Education Service (FNCARES)

Brittain, M. & Blackstock, C. (2015). Retrieved from: article.

Video 2--Using Simulation in Assessment and Teaching: OSCE Adapted for Social Work. University of Toronto, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. Council on Social Work Education.

Bogo, M., Katz, E., Lee, B., Ramjattan, R. (2015). Retrieved from: video.

My Approach

Roxanne Ramjattan’s approach is to acknowledge that we all suffer at certain times. However, it is how we make sense of, cope with and transition through our life challenges that defines who we can become as a person. The “Three Doors” represent the body, speech and mind. Roxanne Ramjattan can assist you to use your body (movements and actions), speech (tone and language) and mind (thoughts and patterns) to release physical, emotional and mental blockages. The journey will empower you to appreciate, rebuild, and transform into a more authentic version of yourself. In addition, the journey will empower you to build on your existing strengths and integrate useful skills to help you cope with life challenges.

Roxanne Ramjattan is dedicated to providing a wide range of individual and family counselling services in the Greater Toronto Area. She provides individual and couples counselling services in the following areas:


Abuse and Trauma

Addictions (intoxicants, internet, etc.)

Anxiety (Social, Generalized, Panic attacks, OCD, PTSD, etc.)

Harm Reduction

Mood Disorders (Depression, Border-line personality Disorders, etc.)

Personal Growth and Development

Phobias and Fears

Relationship (Social or Romantic) Challenges

Relaxation and Stress Management



N. G.

Roxanne is warm, non-judgmental, and intelligent. Her rates are reasonable and her schedule is very flexible. I had a great therapeutic relationship and would recommended her to others.


I have been seeing Roxanne for 3 years now. She helped me through a bad divorce and now I am in a healthy relationship. There is not much more I can say as I believe she's a god sent. She is wise beyond her years and have more skills than my previous therapist who was 10 years older than her. With her encouragement and natural approach to therapy, I feel reborn.

L. K.

I read the reviews below and was cynical about Roxanne but wanted to give her a try. To my dismay, the reviews are right. Talking to Roxanne is similar to talking to a wise long-time friend. Roxanne would send attachments and links after our session which made me think a lot more after our session. She's an inspirational and happy person. I am not sure why, but she just is.

Fees and Services

Most extended health insurances plans cover, at least in part, counselling services provided by a Registered Social Worker. Please inquire with your insurance company to confirm your coverage. Clients pay for services after each session in the form of cash, interact e-transfer, cheque or credit card. Clients are provided with an electronic or hard-copy receipt (based on request) and can then apply for reimbursement with their insurance company. Forty-eight hours’ notice is required for cancellations, otherwise the client is charged for half of the missed session.

Three Doors Therapy is a licensed, insured, and clinically supervised practice.

Individual counselling sessions are 55 minutes in length.

Couples counselling sessions are 75 minutes in length.

Fees include skills-based learning materials and access to resources. Fees are HST exempt and a tax-deductible medical expense.

Slide scaling options are available. Please contact to inquire on availability and rates.



Roxanne Ramjattan is dedicated to supporting the local community through volunteering and monthly donations. A portion of proceeds is donated to the following charitable organizations:

Daily Bread -

“Daily Bread distributes over 8.6 million pounds of food a year to individuals and families who are struggling with hunger in communities across the Greater Toronto Area. Daily Bread has 142 member agencies and 200 food programs which distribute 58,000 hamper boxes a month.”

Three Doors Therapy provides a monthly donation to help provide stable services and programs to the people who use food banks.

Shelter Movers -

“Shelter Movers is a volunteer-based organization that provides moving and storage services at no cost to women and children experiencing abuse. Shelter Movers collaborates with community partners in Ottawa and Toronto to help families transition to a life free of abuse.”

Three Doors Therapy provides a monthly donation to help ensure that survivors have the opportunity to live a life free of violence.

Covenant House -

Covenant House serves suffering children and youth on the streets by providing services such as crisis support, food, shelter and job training.

Three Doors Therapy provides a monthly donation to help build resiliency in youths located in Toronto.

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