Bilingual Therapist - FFT-TCM

Location US-NY-Brooklyn
Job ID 2023-1998
Job Family
Social Services
Job Type
Shift Days
Shift Hours
Salary Range
Hours Per Week


At The New York Foundling, we trust in the power and potential of people, and we deliberately invest in proven practices. From bold beginnings in 1869, our New York-based nonprofit has supported hundreds of thousands of our neighbors on their own paths to stability, strength, and independence.  We help children and families navigate through and beyond foster care. We help families struggling with conflict and poverty grow strong. We help individuals with developmental disabilities live their best lives, and we help our neighbors access quality health and mental health services—core to building lifelong resilience and wellbeing. Together, our interrelated programs provide a whole-person, whole-family, and whole-life approach that unlocks solutions for a lifetime.



  • Reports to assigned program supervisor or covering supervisor.
  • Provides home-based clinical treatment utilizing the Functional Family Therapy – Therapeutic Case Management (FFT-TCM) model to assigned caseload of up to 8 cases and provides coverage for peer's caseload as needed Manages the extensive travel requirements involved in serving families in their homes.
  • Conducts assessments including review of referral information, identifying and engaging key participants, identifying relational patterns, and individualized treatment planning.
  • Engages families to sign for services and completes intakes with families within the required ACS timeframes.
  • Participates in all required agency, model and stakeholder trainings, individual and group coaching and staff meetings.
  • Adheres to model expectations and implement with fidelity including the timely completion of progress notes, session planning guides, session impact scales and appointment notes in the Care4 documentation system.
  • Actively participate in weekly consultation and supervision and site visits when they occur.
  • Consistently meets all program and model Key Performance Indicators (including session pacing, required casework contacts, successful client outcomes, timely completion of Family Assessment Service Plans, data entry in all systems, etc.).
  • Identify and address family risk factors that give rise to possible child removal, ACS involvement, and out of home placement due to continued referral behavior or new risk/safety factors. This includes the completion of safety plans and incident reports if necessary.
  • Maintains clear, concise and timely documentation of treatment efforts in progress notes and Family Assessment and Service Planning (FASP) that demonstrate compliance with the FFT-TCM Model and supervisory review feedback.
  • Manages the extensive documentation requirements in all databases to successfully comply with mandates from agency, ACS and model.
  • Identify community-based resources for families, collaborate and build relationships with stakeholders/providers (i.e., ACS, schools, doctors, mental health providers, courts, etc.) to monitor participation in services and accompany families to appointments if needed.
  • Provides 24/7 coverage during the week and participates on a weekend on-call rotational schedule as applicable.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Organizational expectations include:

  • Regular and punctual time and attendance.
  • Consistent demonstrated commitment to The Foundling’s BHAG, mission, vision and values (Compassion, Dignity, Family and Community, Diversity, Excellence).
  • Adherence to The Foundling’s employee policies, Code of Conduct and applicable rules, laws, regulations or bargaining agreements.





The New York Foundling is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse employee population, the Foundling will honor your experiences, perspectives and unique identity. Together, our community strives to create and maintain working and learning environments that are inclusive, equitable and welcoming.


Salary Range: $67,250 - $72,250/year


Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or a related subject area. 

  • Demonstrated strong commitment to safety.

Education Required

Master’s Degree from a U.S. accredited educational institution or Credential Evaluation for a non-U.S. educational institution


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