The Connecticut Association for the Treatment of Sex Offenders is a non-profit organization created in 1983 to promote the responsible assessment and treatment practices for people with problem sexual behaviors. CATSO was formed to carry out the mission to address problematic sexual interests and the harm caused to survivors and the community.
CATSO Members provide evaluations, risk assessments and treatment for people with problem sexual behaviors. Members have the education, training and supervision to use best practices in their work with people with problems sexual behaviors.
CATSO Members adhere to The Code of Ethics and have the benefit of being part of a community of providers who provide support and consultation on the important work of combating problem sexual behavior and victimization.