2024 Florida ATSA Conference Schedule

Friday and Saturday Conference will be hybrid in-person and live online. 

  • Friday - March 8, 2024
  • Saturday - March 9, 2024

Friday - March 8th
IN PERSON & Virtual Online

Kim Spence

Alex Rodriguez

Morning break sponsored by

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Preventing Targeted Violence by Adolescents & Adults

Elizabeth Griffin

David Delmonico

Stephen Kuniak

Hitting Reset: Examining the Gamer Culture through a Sex Offense Lens

Saturday - March 9th
IN PERSON & Virtual Online

Morning Session

Jill Levenson

TREATING POST-CONVICTION TRAUMATIC STRESS AS A CONSIDERATION IN SEX-OFFENDING PROGRAMS for Adults and Youth

Florida ATSA Annual Meeting & Lunch

Afternoon Session

Kim Spence

Amy Fritz-Ocock

Compromised Communication Competence: How Language Disorders Impact Individuals Who Cause Sexual Harm for Adults and Youth

Conference Closing Remarks

The Florida Hotel

Step into an Orlando experience that promises upscale comfort and genuine service with a personal touch at the Florida Hotel and Conference Center. With a full range of amenities, multiple on-site dining options and a convenient location near the city’s best attractions, our 511-room hotel is equipped to give you the ultimate family-friendly vacation in central Florida.

Conference Sponsors

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The 2024 Florida ATSA Two Day Conference training will address post graduate degree continuing education in the following core areas as required by Florida Rule 64B4-7.0081 and 64B4-7.007 (Requirements to be a Qualified Practitioner for Completing Risk Assessments and Treatment of Sexual Offenders and Juvenile Treatment). 

Florida ATSA members and Florida Stakeholders including the Florida Department of Corrections, the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, and the Florida Department of Children and Families are also invited.

Florida ATSA trainings attempt to address a wide range of Florida Qualified Practitioner continuing educational needs. Because there is significant overlap in some of the trainings, attendees must choose how each training session specifically meets their professional needs. The following list corresponds to Qualified Practitioner competency areas noted following the title of this years advertised trainings:

  1. a) Evaluation/risk assessment and treatment of adult and adolescent sexual offenders that have established scientific bases
  2. b) Evaluation/risk assessment and treatment of specialized populations of sexual offenders
  3. c) Safety planning/Family Safety planning
  4. d) Report writing
  5. e) Legal and ethical issues in the evaluation and treatment of sexual offenders
  6. f) Relapse prevention.

Non-negotiable Refund Policy: No refunds after February 15, 2024. 

Conference fees will increase beginning February 15, 2024 by $50. 

 Click here to be directed to the Florida 491 Qualified Practitioner Rules for Adults