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About The ATSA Master Classes

The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) is an international, multi-disciplinary organization dedicated to preventing sexual abuse. Through research, education, and shared learning ATSA promotes evidence based practice, public policy and community strategies that lead to the effective assessment, treatment and management of individuals who have sexually abused or are at risk to abuse.

The ATSA Master Classes are premiere online trainings designed to help professionals involved in the assessment, treatment, and monitoring of individuals who have sexually abused achieve a high level of professional excellence. These comprehensive courses delivered by leading experts from throughout the globe facilitate the implementation of evidence-based best practices to enhance community safety, reduce sexual recidivism, protect victims and vulnerable populations, transform the lives of those caught in the web of sexual violence, and illuminate paths to prevent sexual abuse.

Each ATSA Master Class is eligible for Continuing Education Hours from over 100 professional organizations and have been specifically designed to cover content areas in which competency is required by state regulation boards to become a certified sexual offender service provider.

Testimonials

“The information provided in this training brought me up-to-date on current practices and evidence-based treatment. The broad discussion of multiple populations meant that everyone can get something useful out of this course!”

~ Dorian Crawford, PsyD Licensed Clinical Psychologist
C&C Psychological Services

“The presenters were well-organized, clear, and very knowledgeable of both the history of the field and current trends and issues. Well done!”

~ Steven Broder, PhD Boston University, School of Education

“This training was both informative and entertaining, with frequent examples adding depth to the factual presentation. Highly recommended!”

~ Ronnie Ginsberg, PsyDPsychologist & Director of Training
Family Services of the Merrimack Valley

“This training gave me new skills to expand my over 25 years of experience into the area of sexual abuse. What a fascinating presentation – there was so much application to the real world! I enjoyed the breadth and depth of the training, as well as the fact that there is an evidence-based foundation for my understanding of day-to-day practice”

- Linda Banner, PhDPrivate Practice
San Jose, California

“This is a DO NOT MISS presentation! Greatest presenter I have ever seen with a wealth of knowledge delivered that will help me in my day-to-day practice.”

~ Vicky Locke, LMHC Circles of Care, Inc.

Partners

Global Institute of Forensic Research

The Global Institute of Forensic Research, LLC (GIFR) specializes in providing cutting-edge training, research, and software solutions to mental health, correctional, and legal professionals working in both general care and forensic settings around the world. Dedicated to innovation, simplicity, and customer service, our team of international experts develops services and programming to promote evidence-based best practices and improve both compliance and outcomes in assessment, treatment, and monitoring. GIFR is proud to be the exclusive Web-based training partner of ATSA, ANZATSA, and SOCCPN. For more information, visit www.gifrinc.com.

ANZATSA

The Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse (ANZATSA) is dedicated to community protection and safety through the promotion of professional standards, practices, and education in sexual abuse prevention, assessment, intervention and research. With hundreds of members across Australia and New Zealand who work for government departments, NGO’s, or in private practice, ANZATSA includes professionals within the disciplines of psychology, psychiatry, social work, child protection, abuse prevention, child education, community education, and professional education. For more information, visit www.anzatsa.org.

SOCCPN

The Sex Offender Civil Commitment Programs Network (SOCCPN) is a professional network for individuals working in and with sex offender civil commitment programs. SOCCPN provides a forum for research, discussion and sharing of information related to the effective management, assessment, and treatment of individuals held under civil commitment laws addressing sexual violence and/or sexual dangerousness. For more information, visit www.soccpn.org