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AR-ATSA Membership

The Arkansas Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers is a non-profit, interdisciplinary organization that strives to promote research, develop guidelines for practice, facilitate information exchange, further professional education and provide for the advancement of professional standards and practices in the field of sexual offender evaluation and treatment. Benefits of joining AR-ATSA include:

  • Affiliation with an organization that strives to maintain best practice standards for evaluation, treatment and
    supervision of sexual abusers

  • Opportunity to participate in state chapter meetings and network with other professionals in the field.

  • Increased opportunity to access and exchange ideas with other treatment specialists and allied professionals.

  • Receive a discounted rate at the annual AR-ATSA conference.


Joining AR-ATSA

To become a member of Arkansas ATSA you must be a member of the national chapter of ATSA. Apply for membership to the national chapter. Once you have been confirmed for the national chapter, you will be contacted by one of your state chapter officers to invite you to join AR-ATSA.
AR-ATSA Dues $20.00

Arkansas ATSA membership application (print)

Online membership application

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Chapter Officers and Board Members



Janice Church, Ph.D.

Family Treatment Program

Little Rock, AR.




Sam Wallace, Ph.D. LPC

Private Practice

Fayetteville, AR




Robin Rudkins, LCSW

Piney Ridge Treatment Center

Fayetteville, AR



Board members

Michael Wood Ph.D.

Arkansas Department of Corrections

Malvern, AR



Diana Smith, LCSW

Family Treatment Program

Little Rock, AR


Sheri Flynn, MSW

Arkansas Department of Corrections

Malvern, AR


Erin Carroll, MS, LPC

Piney Ridge Treatment Center

Fayetteville, AR


Harold Biazo, LCSW

Consolidated Youth Services

Jonesboro, AR