Arkansas ATSA is a non-profit organization that is committed to ending sexual victimization.

The Arkansas Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers is committed to ending sexual victimization.

  • Sexual abusers must be managed effectively in the community.
  • Victims have the right not to be re-victimized.
  • Community safety for all people is the ultimate goal.
  • All people have worth and should be treated with dignity and respect.
  • Treatment and management professionals must be guided by the highest standard of ethics, competence, and awareness of best
    practice and standards in the field.
  • We value professionalism, integrity, multidisciplinary collaboration, evidence-based and victim-centered treatment and
    management practices, social justice, and beneficence.
  • Change is possible.
C/O Sam Wallace, Ph.D.
1845 Green Acres Road
Fayetteville, AR 72703
Read the Arkansas
ATSA position
statement on the
Adam Walsh Child
Protection and Safety
Act of 2006.
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Arkansas Association
for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers

10 Continuing Education Units
Featured  Speaker
Pamela Yates, Ph.D.

Additional Speakers
Benjamin Sigel, Ph.D.
Glenn Messman, Ph.D.
Helen Chambers, LCSW
Janice Church, Ph.D.
Karen Worley, Ph.D.
Adrian Sanders, B.A.
Kristen Jozkowski, Ph.D.

These trainings are open to professionals in mental health, social work, law enforcement,
attorneys, child advocacy and educators.
2016 Arkansas ATSA Conference
December 1st and 2nd
Fayetteville, AR

Pamela M. Yates, Ph.D. has worked extensively in correctional and
forensic settings as a clinician, researcher, program developer,
program evaluator, and trainer, as well as in executive
management.  She has worked with youth and adults, including adult
sexual offenders, violent offenders, and individuals with substance
abuse problems, as well as with victims of violence.  She has
developed treatment programs for various offender groups, including
internationally accredited programs, and is a certified trainer in
various actuarial risk assessment instruments.  She has written and
co-authored numerous reports and presentations in the areas of
offender rehabilitation, treatment effectiveness, and program
accreditation and evaluation.  She  is the primary author of Applying
the Good Lives and Self-Regulation Models to Sex Offender
Treatment: A Practical Guide for Clinicians and Building a Better Life:  
A Good Lives and Self-Regulation Workbook, and provides
consultation and training in prisons, forensic settings, and community
settings internationally.