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Dr. Kathryn Seifert, a forensic psychologist and renowned expert, with over thirty years of experience, is a leading voice internationally, in the areas of violence, trauma, mental health, terrorism, criminal justice and addictions. Dr. Seifert has frequently appeared on national and local television networks, radio stations, and in print and online publications, to discuss violence and mental health issues. She has interviewed on Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN, the Huffington Post Live, Discovery ID, Fox News, and CBC in Canada amongst others.
As an expert contributor for Psychology Today, Dr. Seifert has amassed over 130,000 article views online in the past two years. She has published more than fifty articles in various publications and websites and been interviewed for countless more. Her expertise has appeared on The Daily Beast and Yahoo News and major U.S. dailies such as the Washington Post, Hartford Courant, and the Baltimore Sun. She has become the 'go-to' source for news outlets covering incidents of multi-victim violence. She will be appearing in the upcoming second season of the television documentary series on A&E entitled Killer Kids providing expert analysis on several cases of horrific violence committed by young people.
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