ATSAC Annual Conference 2022

When: 12th Feb 2022                                                                                        Where: Online over Zoom


Book your place now on our exciting one-day annual conference designed for therapists, practitioners and researchers who are interested in learning more about working with sexual addiction and compulsivity.

In order to keep our members safe and ensure the conference goes ahead, we have made some changes to the format and location. We are holding the conference over Zoom. So you will still get to see our amazing speakers, but from the comfort of your home. We are having 5 main speaker presentations, so all delegates get to see all speakers.

Buy your ticket now to benefit from the Earlybird discount  and CPD offer for Members

Members will receive a discounted rate of £90 per ticket AND 2 free half-day CPD events in 2022. 


Lauren White

Transformation mentor specialising in trauma, addiction, mental health and well-being

Lauren works with successful hard working and high achievers who struggle to break free from toxic behaviours, self-sabotage and addiction by helping them fight through these behaviours and truly break free to create a pathway of freedom to the life they deserve, no matter what it takes.

Dr. Clare Allely                                      

Clinical Supervisor

Clare is a Reader in Forensic Psychology at the University of Salford in England and is an affiliate member of the Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre at Gothenburg University, Sweden. She is also an Associate of The Children’s and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ) at the University of Strathclyde.

Dr. Katheryn Whittaker                                         

Clinical Supervisor

Dr. Katheryn Whittaker is a chartered member for the British psychological Society (CPsychol), a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP), a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), and California Licensed Professional Clinical Counsellor (LPCC) and a Council for Professions Allied with Medicine (CPAM/PL/COUNS/45).  Dr. Whittaker received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Vanguard University, her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Loma Linda University, and her Doctorate of Psychology from California Southern University.


How to deal with our addictions. What addiction and how it can manifest in any areas of our lives

Lauren White

How to identify when you have an addiction, sometimes client find it hard to distinguish the difference between a habit and an addiction. Lauren will talk about her own experience of battling addiction, how she dealt with it and the tools she gives to help people have awareness around addiction.

Autism spectrum disorder and sexual offending

Dr. Clare Allely

In this presentation, Clare will explore how certain features of autism spectrum disorder may provide the context of vulnerability to engaging in a variety of sexual offending behaviours.

Cross over addiction: How to identify and treat

Dr. Katheryn Whittaker

Providing he definition of cross-over addiction and how to identify cross-over addiction, this presentation provides examples of neuroscientific brain cross-over connections. Furthermore, this presenter will incorporate the culturally sensitive preventative measures and early interventions for those who are vulnerable to further dependence tendencies.


* Up until 1st January  2022 you can benefit from our Early bird ticket offer *

Earlybird ticket price Ticket price after earlybird discount

Early bird Non-Member

£110.00Add to cart

Early bird Member

£90.00Add to cart

Early bird Student

£60.00Add to cart

Non-Member £135

Member £115

Student £80