WATSA is a multi-disciplinary organization, including professionals working in the fields of mental and behavioral health, medicine, law enforcement, corrections, and the legal system. Members and associates engage in direct clinical services, supervision and community management, administration, creation/implementation of policy and legislation, empirical research, teaching and training to reduce sexual offending in our communities.
Memberships are annual and extend through the calendar year (i.e., January first to December 31st).
Membership Requirements: Persons working in the field of sex offense management, and who are members of ATSA, are eligible for standard WATSA membership. Students with proof of current enrollment and membership status with ATSA are eligible for WATSA student membership.
Benefits of Membership: