Bonnie Loughner is a bilingual, English/Spanish, licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) with expertise in evidence-based family treatment, criminal justice policy and practice, and school based mental health treatment. She is trained in several evidence-based models including Functional Family Therapy (FFT), Incredible Years, and the Blues Program. Bonnie’s interests lie in the intersectionality of poverty, race, mental health, and the criminal justice system. Bonnie currently works as the Assistant Vice President of the School and Community Impact Program at the New York Foundling. In this role she is focused on understanding the school-to-prison pipeline and trauma/complex trauma in low-income neighborhoods throughout New York City. She also oversees all clinical, administrative, and managerial aspects of the program. Prior to this role, Bonnie spent several years providing direct FFT treatment to youth at risk of placement within the criminal justice system, and then later supervised a team of five clinicians providing FFT treatment to families involved with the child welfare system. Bonnie is a Certified Field Instructor supervising MSW students and has a Post-Master’s Certificate in Child and Family Therapy.