Alexander Sasha Bardey, M.D.
Dr. Bardey is a board certified Forensic Psychiatrist in New York City. After graduating from Harvard College, he attended medical school at Stony Brook. He then completed a four-year residency program in Psychiatry at NYU Medical Center where he became the Deputy Director of Forensic Psychiatry. Dr. Bardey went on to become the Director of the Kendra’s Law program in Manhattan and later, the Director of Mental Health at Rikers Island. Dr. Bardey has published and lectured in the area of forensic psychiatry, malingering, and dangerousness. He currently holds teaching positions on the faculty of NYU Medical Center and New York Medical College. Dr. Bardey also maintains a private clinical practice where he treats a broad range of psychiatric disorders, as well as a private forensic practice where he provides consultations to various attorneys, prosecutor’s office and courts in the New York Tri-State area at both a state and federal level. He has served as an advisor and psychiatrist to Brooklyn’s Mental Health Court, to the Nassau County Department of Mental Health Kendra’s Law program and Mental Health Court. Dr. Bardey is currently the Director of Forensic Psychiatry for the Nassau County Department of Mental Health, Chemical Dependency and Developmental Disabilities.
In media, Dr. Bardey has been a frequent commentator on Court TV, Fox News, and NBC, as well as a technical consultant for Marc Forster’s movie STAY. He also served as a consultant for Law and Order: Criminal Intent in the past and is currently the consultant for Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. In 2012/2013, Dr. Bardey served as Co-producer and Technical Advisor for Steven Soderbergh’s last theatrical release, Side Effects. He has also appeared on A&E’s series The Killer Speaks, several episodes of CBS’s 48Hours, and has been a repeated guest on Doctor Radio on SiriusXM and on the Recovery Road radio show on WHPC radio.
Kate Termini, Psy.D.
Dr. Termini received her undergraduate degree in psychology, with a minor in criminology from Duke University. She worked for three years in the area of forensic psychology before returning to graduate school to earn her doctorate in clinical psychology, with a specialty in neuropsychology, from Yeshiva University/Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She underwent training in facilities including Bellevue Hospital Center, the Manhattan Campus of the Veteran's Affairs Hospital, and NYU Medical Center. She completed her clinical psychology internship, with a specialty in neuropsychology, at North Shore University Hospital/Long Island Jewish Health System. She is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of New York and is currently pursuing board certification in clinical neuropsychology. She has extensive training in neuropsychological assessment, as well as psychological assessment, in both the forensic and clinical realms. She serves as a consultant and psychologist to Brooklyn’s Mental Health Court. She is an adjunct faculty member at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Ferkauf Graduate School of psychology as an instructor of clinical assessment to doctoral students. She has also appeared on the Discovery ID series' Six Degree of Murder and The Deadliest Decade.
Danielle Weisfeld, Psy.D.