Vol. XXXI, Issue 4
Fall 2019
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Editor's column
Presidentís message
International Committee update
What's happening in Italy?
Registration and disclosure: Lessons learned or same old song and dance?
International members survey 2018 part 1: Practitioner knowledge, training and experience
International members survey 2018 part 2: Practitioners attitudes to and understandings of community integration
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR): Exploring a new avenue for sex offender treatment
Incel inside: Understanding involuntary celibates through dating app experiences
International Perspectives on the Assessment and Treatment of Sexual Offenders
Learning Difficulties and Sexual Vulnerability: A Social Approach
ATSA Board of Directors election results
Journal updates for membership
Forum Newsletter Editorial Board
New Membership Coordinator message
Welcome ATSA's newest members
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Heather M. Moulden, Ph.D.
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St. Joseph's Healthcare
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ATSA Board of Directors election results

The results are in for this year’s Executive Board of Directors elections. Seven positions were up for consideration. ATSA thanks everyone who took the time to submit their names as nominees and to vote. Your involvement is key to setting the path ATSA will take for the next three years. 

Returning to the Board for a second term are:

  • Deirdre D’Orazio, Ph.D. (U.S.A.), an At-Large member;

  • Kieran McCartan, Ph.D. (U.K.), International Development Committee chair; and

  • Anita Schlank, Ph.D., A.B.P.P. (U.S.A.), Adult Clinical Practice Committee chair.

Also returning after an absence of several years is Robert Shilling (U.S.A.), who will take over as Membership Committee chair from Bradley Johnson, M.D. (U.S.A.).

New to the Board are:

  • Simon Hackett, Ph.D. (U.K.), an At-Large member who replaces Sandy Jung, Ph.D., R.Psych. (Canada);

  • Amanda Pryor, L.C.S.W. (U.S.A.), who will take over as chair of the Juvenile Clinical Practice Committee from Phil Rich, Ed.D., L.I.C.S.W. (U.S.A.); and

  • Carissa Toop, B.A. (Hons.) (Canada), who replaces Andrew Brankley, M.A. (Canada), as the Student Representative.

We thank our outgoing Board members for their dedication to serving ATSA and we invite you to join us in welcoming our new Board members. We also encourage you to reach out to Board members who chair committees of interest to you. Your participation on ATSA’s standing committees helps make ATSA stronger. You can see the list of committees and their chairs at https://www.atsa.com/atsa-standing-committees.

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