Psychiatry for Adults

Have you ever wondered if medication could help you feel more like yourself again? Has another professional suggested a consultation with a psychiatrist?

In our first meeting, we will explore your options and decide together what is the best choice for you. Sometimes counseling alone is enough. Other times, adding medication may help you feel better more quickly. Let’s discuss your needs and preferences to find out which options are right for you.

Dr. Rossetter

Alfa Counseling hosts the Telehealth psychiatric practice of Dr. Sarah Rossetter. A graduate of Wright State University with a decade of experience treating adults in private practice and with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Dr. Rossetter possesses the compassionate approach to medical treatment that Alfa Counseling is known for.

Experience treating a variety of mental health concerns, including Maternal Mental Health concerns, Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

“I love helping my patients learn what works best for them.”

Dr. Rossetter


Research article Benzodiazepines for PTSD: October 2014
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Second author
Published in the Journal of Psychiatric Practice, July 2015


Board certification
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Certified 24 September 2015

Medical license
State Medical Board of Ohio Renewal date: 1 Apr 2022
License number 35.123434

DEA certification
Practitioner certification* Renewal date: 30 Apr 2023
Schedules 2, 2N, 3, 3N, 4, 5
DEA registration number: FR4975415

NPI registration
NPI number 1750673380 Enumeration date: 16 May 2011

*note that controlled substances are not prescribed via Telehealth


Winner of the Journal of Psychiatric Practice
Resident Paper Competition 2014-15
Best in Resident-Fellow Member category
2014 OPPF Research Award competition


Grand Rounds
Benzodiazepines for PTSD: April 2014
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Medicine + Counseling

a powerhouse team

Research and clinical experience shows us that the combined treatment of counseling and medication together is superior than either one alone, for many common mental health concerns including major depression, panic disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). The effects of medication and those of counseling contribute equally to improvement, and these effects remain strong and significant up to two years after treatment. Medication alone may not provide optimal care for many common mental disorders*. This is why Alfa Counseling partnered with Dr. Rossetter to provide our clients with optimal care.

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(614) 547-9233



71 E. Wilson Bridge Road, Suite A5 Worthington, Ohio 43085