Training and Education

Evaluations and

Risk Assessments

Group Treatment for Adolescents and Adults  



CATSO, The CT Sentencing Commission, UConn Law School and the National Institute for Corrections is having a Symposium on Sex Offender Registration and Management:  Legal and Evidence-Based Practices December 7 from 8:40 - 4:30 with preeminent leaders in addressing the legal and public policies effecting Registrants and their families.

Our Presenters

Honorable Mary Katherine Huffman - Administrative Judge of Montgomery County Common Pleas Court - General Division

Eric Janus, J.D.- Served as President and Dean at Mitchell Hamline Law School and his scholarly focus has been on constitutional and public policy considerations in the development of so-called regulatory approaches to sexual violence prevention.  He wrote Failure to Protect:  America's Sexual Predator Laws and the Rise of the Preventive State.

Robin Wilson, PhD, ABPP is a researcher and clinical psychologist who has worked with offenders in hospital, correctional and private practice settings for 30 years.

See articles by our Presenters below:

Judge Huffman - Moral Panic and the Politics of Fear


Robin Wilson - What works in Community Risk Management 

     CATSO is an organization with a Membership that provides evaluations and treatment for people with problem sexual behaviors.
     Members also provide training and education to community partners.  

The Benefits of CATSO Membership Include:

  • Enhanced Professional Recognition through affiliation with an organization that is dedicated to improving community resources for assessing and treating people with problem sexual behaviors.

  • Ethics and Standards for professional conduct in the treatment of people with problem sexual behaviors.

  • Increased Communication among treatment professionals and allied professionals in the field.

  • Personal and Professional Support at all levels of response to problems posed by people with problem sexual behaviors.