Catherine Diana has a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work, graduating in 1993 from Syracuse University. She has been a part time trainer for Fordham University for the past 14 years. In 1993 Catherine developed an on-campus residential treatment program at LaSalle School in Albany, New York for adolescents who have sexually offended, and from 1990 to 2003 she was the Director of the Huntington Adolescent Safe Options Treatment Program (HASOTP) in Syracuse, NY. This program was the second oldest community based treatment program to work with adolescents who have sexually offended, and one of the first to put a primary focus on working with the entire family system. From 2004-2009 Catherine helped to develop a specialized residential adolescent sex offense treatment program at Elmcrest Children’s Center in Syracuse, as well as a community based treatment program through Elmcrest Children’s Center. Catherine has maintained a Private Practice working with adult men and women sex offenders since 1992, providing Individual, Group, Family, and Educational services She has been providing education and training for over 25 years on the assessment and treatment of sexual offenders, and has been the recipient of numerous awards including the “New York State Alliance and ATSA Marilyn Etcheverry Award of Clinical Excellence” and the “Sex Abuse Study and Treatment Team; Dr. John Migenes Award”. Catherine currently serves on the board of directors for both the New York State Alliance of Sex Offender Service Providers and the New York State Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers.