Webinar Proposals

In order to stimulate interest in attracting presenters for our Webinar series, we will be waiving conference registration fees for three individuals who provide a 1.5 hour webinar for our members. The waiving of fees consists of the standard fee for attending the conference, which includes meals and the ability to sign up for break out session. It does not cover for added costs above the registration fee (an example would be the $50 charge for STABLE 2007 and ACUTE 2007 binders for those who attended that break out session at the 2018 conference).

The criteria for presentations which will be chosen will follow the guidelines listed below and are approved by the board. The only limitation is the webinar has to be completed by the end of 2018.

Other benefits in addition to the waiver of conference fees are building your professional brand by adding your presentation to GIFR’s impressive library of information which is accessible to all global users of their services, adding to the professional knowledge base of ILATSA members, and improving the public’s perception of mental health services.

To be eligible, submit a proposal and a board member will be in contact with you shortly after receiving your information.


ILATSA is currently encouraging professionals with compelling experience, research, or information on the treatment of sex offenders, therapy, or general related topics to submit a proposal for presenting a webinar sponsored by ILATSA hosted by Global Institute for Forensic Research. All topics and ideas will be considered and accepted proposals will be scheduled throughout the year.

We encourage any topic relevant to expand the professional knowledge of licensed mental health providers to help meet Continuing Education Unit (CEU) requirements for licensure of various licensing agencies.

Types of informative topics which would qualify cover:

• Treatment and research in regarding to the management of sexual abusers;

• Innovative counseling programs, research projects, and activities that address and/or have been successfully implemented in a variety of settings;

• Collaborative, creative, and effective strategies/best practices for meeting the needs of clients in a variety of settings;

• Effective techniques used to address societal concerns and current issues, including economically disadvantaged populations, and specific populations;

• Programs with a special tie to our state or region;

• Specific skills, techniques and activities which can be applied throughout one’s career.

Please follow this link to submit a proposal.