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Meet our team


Executive Director & Owner, LCSW, CASAC, A-CBT

Dena Lampert

For many years, I have naturally gravitated toward the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) model. This evidenced-based model focuses on the idea that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all connected, like the points of a triangle. 


Often, when we find that our behavior is dysfunctional, it is usually connected to distorted thoughts and feelings. CBT teaches us how to become mindful of our distorted thinking and how it affects us emotionally and behaviorally. In my experience, this approach is very effective in helping to create a change in life. 


 (516) 208-3792 ext 21


Associate Director, LMHC, EDD

Dr. Carrie Sollin

Although I consider myself an eclectic counselor I tend to always gravitate towards Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing. I feel this approach works best with setting goals and achieving them. CBT therapy is effective in so many aspects of our life, in school, at work, and at home.
Most of my experience has been with the young adult population, I specialize in anxiety-related concerns, relationship and family issues, transitional concerns, self-image and social problems, and trauma. 


Intake Supervisor, MFT-LP

Amanda Alfred

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I use CBT techniques to identify patterns of behavior and thinking that may be creating negative cycles. Our work will help you think or do things differently in order to increase your satisfaction in life.  

I hope to work with individuals, couples, and families to treat their individual, relational and social issues. We will work together on overcoming any challenges you are facing, and I will support you in moving forward. 


Site Director/Westbury, LCSW

Jessica Morales

I have focused much of my work with children and adolescents to target and expand upon mindfulness techniques, grounding exercises, self-advocacy, and social skills to succeed and promote healthy childhood development.


My goal as your therapist is to foster a safe and trusting environment where you can thrive socially and emotionally. 


Allison Corona

My goal as a therapist is to meet you where you want to start, and to  work together so you can arrive at your wanted destinations. Using emotion-focused therapy, I will validate you and then focus on addressing your challenges.


The therapeutic relationship is not linear, it will go through different phases, and I am happy to experience them all with you on the way to self actualization    

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Bridget Torresson

I have passion for supporting adolescents facing familial challenges, transitional issues, and diverse mental health concerns. With experience working in a group home setting, I have developed a deep understanding of the unique needs and complexities that teens often face.  I strive to empower my clients to harness their resilience and inner resources to overcome adversity using a variety of therapeutic modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), strengths based therapy, and person centered therapy. 

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Carrie Schoen

With many years of experience working in the field of mental health, I bring an eclectic approach to therapy. Depending on your needs, I will utilize CBT, DBT and Motivational Interviewing, while maintaining a person centered approach. My goal is to create a safe environment for my  clients that is free of judgment to foster an honest and trusting relationship. I will meet you where you’re at, and help you to achieve your goals in a supportive setting at a pace that works for you.


 (516) 208-3792 ext 34

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Christina DeMaria

I am a therapist with an empathetic understanding and insightful approach. I work with children, adolescents, adults and families, through CBT and DBT, looking to address underlying feelings and the environmental impact associated with trauma, depression, and anxiety. My approach is eclectic and therapeutic in order to collaborate with my clients to live healthier lives and reach their unique goals and individual needs.

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Elizabeth Law

Through a client-centered approach, I strive to create a strong therapeutic alliance, encourage open communication, and assist in building resilience to face future challenges.


Together we can create a foundation to thrive by challenging ourselves and exploring our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.  

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Jen Competello

I am a firm believer that not all therapeutic approaches fit all. CBT, Person-Centered Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing have shown to be beneficial throughout my experience as a therapist. With this increased insight, clients can challenge these maladaptive thoughts which can lead to improvements in behaviors and positive outcomes in their lives.


 (516) 208-3792 ext 30


Lisa Gorton

I believe in using a collaborative and interactive approach that utilizes a variety of CBT, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness techniques based on you and your individual needs. 


Together we will work on strategies that will assist you in identifying the root causes of those challenges, including depression, anxiety, and/or maladaptive thoughts and behaviors.



Stephanie Hernandez

I am fluent in Spanish and English and I am excited to use my knowledge and skills to help children, teens, and adults who might be more comfortable with therapy in Spanish.

Through multiple techniques, I aspire to help change the way you may think and feel about yourself and the world, by identifying unhealthy thoughts and helping you challenge them. 


Billing Specialist

Lilly Spiegel

I am happy to bring over 15 years of medical administration and billing experience to Triangle Cognitive Therapy I've always had an inherent desire to help people and that's what drew me to the medical field. I feel like there is always a way for people to communicate and problem-solve peacefully with one another with mutual respect. 

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