Guidelines: ATSA Practice Guidelines for the Assessment, Treatment, and Management of Male Adult Sexual Abusers
The 2014 ATSA Guidelines provide comprehensive practices for assessing, treating, and managing men who have caused sexual harm or at risk to do so.
This document, created by the Association for the Treatment and Prevention of Sexual Abuse, emphasizes evidence-based approaches. It addresses various aspects, including risk assessment, treatment interventions, and community risk management. It aims to improve professional standards and outcomes in dealing with men at risk to cause sexual harm, ensuring ethical and effective practices are followed in various settings.
Download : ATSA_2014_Adult_Practice_Guidelines.pdf