Training and Education

Evaluations and

Risk Assessments

Group Treatment for Adolescents and Adults  


     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.


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