Continuing Education for the ATSA Conference is being coordinated and sponsored by the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers. A $45.00 administrative processing fee, payable at time of registration, for psychology, social worker and certified counselor CE’s is being assessed by ATSA. The assessed fee will be $55.00 if registering for CE’s at the conference.
 

Conference Goals and Objectives
The goal of the Annual Research and Treatment Conference is to advance the knowledge and skills of professionals providing services in the field of sexual abuse.

With interdisciplinary approaches, the sessions will present current and relevant research and explore the implications for its use in clinical intervention, proactive intervention techniques and the implementation of solutions to advance the scope of sexual abuse treatment, management and prevention.

Psychologists
ATSA (Provider #1966) is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer Continuing Education Credits for psychologists. ATSA maintains responsibility for the program. Attendance at the Pre-Conference Seminars earns 6 CE credits for a full-day session; 3 CE credits for a half-day session. Attendance at the 2½ day conference earns 13 credits. Application, for a maximum of 19 credits, is being made to the Canadian Psychological Association. 

Certified Counselors
ATSA has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP number 6365. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. ATSA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.  Attending Pre-Conference Seminars earns 6 NBCC hours for a full-day session and 3 NBCC hours for a half-day session.  Attending the 2½ day conference earns 13 NBCC hours. 

LCSW’s and MFCC’s
Application, for a maximum of 19 credits, is being made to the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and to the New York State Office of the Professions.  Social Workers should check with their state boards to determine if accreditation from NASW is accepted in their states.  Attendance at Pre-Conference Seminars earns 6 CE credits for a full-day session, 3 CE credits for a half-day session. Attendance at the 2½ day conference earns 13 credits.