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This form is used to upgrade your ATSA membership. Please read the list of ATSA membership category descriptions and select the most appropriate upgrade category below.


ATSA Member: A person who provides clinical services to, or conducts research, prevention, or program management of, individuals who have engaged in or are at risk of sexual offending. No degree or hour requirements’. Examples include: Psychologists, therapists, social workers, medical practitioners, academics, researchers, program administrators, and others with similar duties. 


ATSA Clinical Member: An enhanced membership category for those with at least a master’s degree who have (1) conducted 2,000 hours or more of direct clinical services (assessment, individual and/or group treatment) to individuals who have engaged in sexual offending behavior and (2) are dedicated to pursuing a certain amount of continuing education units (CEUs) annually. While not a form of certification, it officially documents one’s ongoing training hours and provides evidence for employers who require continuing education.  Additional nominal fees will apply in 2022 due to the administrative costs to verify CEU’s. 


ATSA Associate Member: A person who is currently working on a full-time basis for at least 40 hours per week either in a related area (such as the treatment of sexually abused children, adult victim/survivors of sexual abuse, or non-offending spouses) or in a non-clinical capacity such as the criminal justice system. Individuals involved in clinical practice, providing assessment and treatment services, and/or those individuals involved in conducting research related to sexually offending behavior, who qualify for the associate or member categories, are not eligible for membership in the affiliate category. 
*Associate members do not receive the journal or the listserv


ATSA Student Member: A person who is currently registered at least as a half-time student, enrolled in a program pursuing an advanced degree, or its equivalent, in an accredited college or university in pursuit of a career related to the study or treatment of sexually offending behavior.  Verification is required from the school in which the student is enrolled at least as a half-time student studying a curriculum designed for earning an advanced degree. An Early Career designation and dues discount is applied to current Student Members’ who are transitioning to other categories post-graduation for one-year.