Mardoche Sidor, MD is a Quadruple Board Certified Psychiatrist, with 17 years of experience in providing patient care in primary care and psychiatry. His primary interests are, population health, health care delivery, collaborative care, management and leadership. He also has strong interest in addiction among adolescents involved in the juvenile justice system.
Following his experience in primary care, he did his general adult psychiatry at New York Medical College, pursued a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and then in forensic psychiatry with focus on both adults and adolescents, at SUNY Upstate Medical University, in New York. He then completed a fellowship in addiction psychiatry at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine /Beth Israel Medical Center, and then trained in public/community psychiatry/public health and administrative psychiatry at Columbia University/New York Psychiatric Institute. He is currently the Medical Director for CASES, a position that is preceded by other medical directorship roles in community clinic and at CHS. He is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, has been a psychiatric consultant since 2011, and he is the founder, CEO and President of SWEET Institute (Supporting Wellbeing through Empowerment, Education, and Training), a social impact organization that provides continuing education and professional development to healthcare providers throughout the U.S and the world, to ensure that those who take care of others have the support and resources they need to also care for themselves.

Dr. Sidor has done additional training, in psychodynamic psychotherapy at the NYU Psychoanalytic Institute, in cognitive behavioral therapy and in psychopharmacology. His additional interests are research, public health, preventive medicine, family therapy, and global mental health/cultural psychiatry. He fluently speaks and writes four languages (English, Spanish, French, and Creole), is elementarily proficient in Italian, and Portuguese. Multi-lingual ability has enabled him to help reach populations not easily accessible in our multicultural society.
Dr. Sidor’s ultimate goal is to utilize his medical and administrative skills and training to help affect changes in the mental and physical well being of all through the use of system-based, comprehensive care, research, and innovation.

Pierre Richard Arty, M.D. was born in Cap-Haitien, Haiti, and was raised in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn, N.Y.

In order to participate in the dialogue involved with medical care, he attended Columbia College of Columbia University where he graduated after completing a Pre-Medical concentration in Political Science. He later attended S.U.N.Y. Downstate Medical School in Brooklyn.

After completing an Internal Medicine Residency at Kings County Hospital, in Brooklyn, N.Y., he pursued a Fellowship in Addictive Medicine, followed by a residency in Psychiatry at the same institution. He held the position of Director of the Kings County Addictive Disease Services from 2003-2004 and subsequently took on the position of Deputy Executive Director of Kings County Hospital’s Behavioral Health Department from 2004-2008. He received the Executive Director’s Award for services to the Kings County Hospital in 2004 and held the position as Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at S.U.N.Y. Health Science Center at Brooklyn from 2000-2008. He has received numerous awards for his help in improving medical care to the East Flatbush community including the AMS Outstanding Community Service Award from the Aesclepius Medical Society.

He is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. With his broad knowledge base, he is able to provide expertise in the field of psychopharmacology to address issues such as Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, along with Psychosis. He currently holds the position as psychiatric director for Housing Words where he provides psychiatric supervision and direct psychopharmacological treatment for adults and those with Chemical Dependency. In addition he presents on psychopathology to the clinical community of Housing Works.

He serves as an Elder at Abounding Grace Ministries on New York City’s Lower East Side. Furthermore he is an active member of the Medical Missions Team at The Brooklyn Tabernacle, and travels to other nations to provide medical and spiritual care to the underserved. He is a Board member of World Compassion Fellowship, an international humanitarian and development organization whose mission is to provide holistic development and care for the individual, the family, and the community.

He is sought after to provide education about mental illness to both faith-based and secular communities. His hobbies include writing and he has published several stories, including “TapTap” and “Through My Mother’s Eyes” in the Permanente Journal.

Nevine Ali, MD/MPH is an attending child and adolescent psychiatrist at New York City Children’s Center Bronx Campus and serves as unit chief for one of the adolescent units. She also supervises child and adolescent psychiatry fellows from Montefiore Hospital and is on voluntary faculty of Columbia University Medical School as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. She completed her residency in General Adult Psychiatry at New York University, her Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at New York Presbyterian Hospital and her public psychiatry fellowship at Columbia University.

She is passionate about public health, decreasing disparities in mental health care, and working with vulnerable youths and their families.

Child-Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist
Brooklyn Children’s

Child-Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist
New York University

Dr. Lianne Morris Smith is an attending psychiatrist at the Manhattan Psychiatric Center 125th Street Clinic, where she is also the Medical Director. She completed her residency in General Adult Psychiatry as well as a fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry at New York University. Additionally, as an NYU Department of Psychiatry faculty member, Dr. Smith lectures in Global Mental Health and precepts an out-elective for residents in Accra, Ghana.