WiATSA would like to share the following invitation to participate in an important research opportunity Understanding the needs of potential perpetrators of child sexual abuse Extensive work with convicted sexual offenders tells us that there are individuals with troubling sexual… Continue Reading
The Wisconsin Chapter of ATSA (WiATSA) invites you to an affordable, all online training opportunity with a variety of innovative research, treatment, and public policy topics. This is our 2nd year providing a virtual conference and we are more excited… Continue Reading
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wisconsin Chapter of ATSA is moving the annual conference to an online format. WiATSA believes it is important to offer training in innovative research, treatment, and public policy topics in our field. Delivering the training remotely… Continue Reading
Hello Wisconsin clinicians and evaluators, This has been a difficult time for agencies, community providers, and the people we serve. In response to reasonable social distancing practices due to COVID-19, I know many of you have had to cope by… Continue Reading
WiATSA ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE JUNE 11 and 12, 2020 Madison, WI ABOUT THE CONFERENCE The goal of the WiATSA annual spring conference is to provide a local, low cost training program featuring information related to new research, risk assessment techniques,… Continue Reading
The Wisconsin Correctional Association has partnered up with WI-ATSA Wisconsin Chapter of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers to bring you a one day workshop regarding the management of Sexual Offenders. This is FREE to WCA members and… Continue Reading
Online registration is now available for the 2019 WI-ATSA Conference, which will be held June 13th & 14th at the Goodman Community Center – Brassworks in Madison, WI. Visit the conference information page, download the conference flyer, or register online.
June 13 &14, 2019 Goodman Community Center – Brassworks 214 Waubesa Street Madison, WI Speakers will include: Mark Olver Nancy Raymond Ryan Shields Michael Caldwell Dawn Pflugradt Bud Ballinger Details and registration will be announced soon.
Join WI-ATSA and colleagues on September 27th & 28th at the Heidl House Resort and Spa in beautiful Green Lake Wisconsin. Presentations will be conducted in panel format to facilitate thoughtful discussion in a relaxed atmosphere . View the forum agenda,… Continue Reading
The goal of the WiATSA annual spring conference is to provide a local, low cost training program featuring information related to new research, risk assessment techniques, clinical techniques/methodology, prevention efforts, and policies/laws that are relevant to the field of sexual… Continue Reading