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Dr. Alexander Sasha Bardey

Dr. Alexander Sasha Bardey

Developmental Disabilities, Clinical Faculty, New York University School of Medicine
Director of Forensic Psychiatric, Nassau County Department of Mental Health, Chemical Dependency and
New York , NY, USA

Dr. Alexander Sasha Bardey is a board certified Forensic Psychiatrist in New York. After attending Medical School at Stony Brook, Dr. Bardey completed a residency 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 (Assisted Outpatient Treatment) program in Manhattan and later, the Director of Mental Health at Rikers Island. He 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. He 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 area at both a state and federal level. Dr. Bardey 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. He 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 has served as a consultant for Law and Order: Criminal Intent and is currently the consultant for Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. In 2012/2013, he served as Co-producer and Technical Advisor for Steven Soderbergh's last theatrical release, Side Effects. He is currently appearing on A&E's series The Killer Speaks.


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