Interested in increasing your knowledge about evidence-based best practices in assessing, treating, and managing adults and adolescents who have sexually offended or are at risk to do so? ATSA now offers a series of online courses in two tracks – Adult and Child/Adolescent. In addition, several General/Introductory courses provide foundational information applicable to both educational tracks.
Each ATSA Master Class is eligible for Continuing Education hours from more than 100 professional organizations. Completion of the foundational courses and the adult or child/adolescent track will ensure you have the most up-to-date knowledge about prevention and treatment of sexual abuse among these populations.
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- General Track: Etiology of Sexual Aggression
- General Track: Preventing Perpetration
- General Track: Legislation and Case Law
- General Track: Axis I Comorbidity and Psychopharmacology
- General Track: Understanding Pedophilia and the Brain
- Adult Track: ATSA Practice Guidelines
- Adult Track: Treatment Ethics
- Adult Track: Typological Differences
- Adult Track: Risk Assessment for Recidivism
- Adult Track: Assessing Dynamic Treatment Targets
- Adult Track: Evidence-Based Psychotherapeutic Approaches
- Adult Track: Reentry and Community Management
- Child/Adolescent Track: Ethics in Assessment, Management, and Monitoring
- Child/Adolescent Track: Risk Assessment
- Child/Adolescent Track: What Works in Treatment
- Child/Adolescent Track: Assessing Treatment Progress
- Child/Adult Track: Community Reentry and Supervision