Full Day Training, April 21. Treatment of Psychopathology. Mark E. Olver, Ph.D., R.D. Psych. Advance registration required.
ATSA is strongly committed to:
As a state chapter of ATSA, NJ ATSA supports these goals and opens its membership to professionals who work in some capacity with sexual abusers. Membership in NJ ATSA requires membership in national ATSA. The standards for clinical membership require a minimum of a Masters degree in the behavioral sciences with at least 2000 hours of research and/or assessment or treatment of sexual abusers. Affiliate members may have a Masters degree and fewer than 2000 hours, or a Bachelors degree with more than 2000 hours in research, assessment and/or treatment of sexual abusers. Associate members are those who work in related areas such as treatment of sexually abused children or in a non-clinical capacity in mental health or the criminal justice system.
Last updated 4/20/17