ILATSA Supervisor Registry 

Need a Supervisor?

We have created the ILATSA Supervisor Registry for your convenience for graduates who are looking for a supervisor for sex offender treatment or evaluation outside of their current employment.

Program participants listed in the registry supplied all personal information contained in the following pages. ILATSA is not responsible for the accuracy of the information contained in this document. Supervisees should confirm license status with the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) prior to obtaining supervision. Listing in this document does not denote endorsement or recommendation by the ILATSA; rather it only indicates that listed clinicians meet criteria for inclusion in this registry. Fees or supervision requirements are set by the supervisor; the ILATSA is not part of that arrangement.

How can I be listed in the registry?

Each supervisor listed on the ILATSA-Illinois Chapter Supervisor Registry must meet both of the following criteria:

  • Have successfully supervised at least five individuals for LSOTP/LSOE licensure OR
  • Successfully complete the three-hour Fundamentals of Individual Sex Offender Treatment Supervision
    ion course provided by ILATSA (scroll down for current class dates), or completed another approved supervision course offered by ILATSA or ATSA AND
  • Be a licensed clinician (LSOTP or LSOE) in good standing with IDFPR at the time of listing in the registry.

How can I find a supervisor that is interested in taking on students?

Individuals that are interested in finding a supervisor or agency that can supervise them for the LSOTP/LSOE licenses may see review the ILATSA list.  As this program has just begun, there is not anyone on this list at this time. 

Information about the ILATSA supervision course:

Fundamentals of Sex Offender Treatment Supervision
CEUs: 3.0

Description: This course will go into depth about what supervisors need to know in order to engage most effectively with supervisees. Course benefits include: 1) Providing new supervisors with clear models for supervision to help them implement the complex set of supervisory tasks; 2) Help experienced supervisors (in practice settings and off-site in private practice) conceptualize what they already do well so they can function more effectively and consistently; 3) Helping administrative supervisors who wish to facilitate highly effective service to clients and job satisfaction for staff, i.e., boost morale and reduce staff burnout; and 4) Having your name listed on the ILATSA Supervisor Registry which is made available to individuals looking for clinical supervisors. Learn the fundamentals of being a clinical supervisor!