ANZATSA Conference 2019

ANZATSA Conference 2019

The 2019 Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse (ANZATSA) Conference will be hosted by ANZATSA in partnership with the Griffith Criminology Institute.

The Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse is dedicated to community protection and safety through the promotion of professional standards, practices, and education in sexual abuse prevention, assessment, intervention and research. ANZATSA is committed to community protection and safety. When considering case management or intervention we hold the interest and safety of victims and potential victims, as always the priority.

Griffith Criminology Institute (GCI) is one of the largest, most vibrant and high-performing criminology communities in the world. Through collaboration and innovation our research is helping find answers and solutions to universal problems. GCI is a world leader in the criminology field and was ranked well above world standard in the most recent Excellence in Research for Australia rankings, which were released by the Australian Research Council.

We look forward to welcoming over 200 ANZATSA members across Australia and New Zealand to the 2019 conference in Brisbane for collegial networking, knowledge sharing and advancing work in the prevention of sexual abuse.

 

Abstract submissions are currently open, visit the Program page for more information and to submit.

Abstract submissions end 30 January 2019.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:

 

 Simon Hackett

Simon Hackett, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Sociology
Durham University

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 Kelley
 Sharon M. Kelley, Psy.D., Forensic Psychologist
Sand Ridge Secure Treatment Center

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 RayRaymond Knight, PhD, Gryzmish Professor of Human Relations
Brandeis University

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 Judy

Judith Sims-Knight, PhD, Chancellor Professor
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

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 Stephen 
Stephen Smallbone, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor
Griffith University 

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 David

David Thornton, Ph.D., Forensic Psychologist
Forensic Assessment, Training & Research (FAsTR LLC)

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Stephen Smallbone, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor
Griffith University 

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Stephen Smallbone, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor
Griffith University 

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