The 2021 ICA Annual Conference is going virtual! May 31- June 4, 2021 

After serious consideration and out of concern for our attendees and staff, we have decided to bring the ICA Annual Conference to YOU. While we will deeply miss gathering in-person, seeing our professional counselor family, and celebrating the counseling profession together in the same physical space -- we are working hard to make this virtual event the best it can be - including quality continuing education and networking opportunities. 

The 2021 ICA Annual Conference with the theme Adapt & Overcome will provide several presentations on trauma, advocacy, professional identity, multicultural considerations, and more! You will learn about the resilience and flexibility of professional counselors and how we remain strong in community and collaboration. 


ICA Responds to Racial Injustice 

View ICA's Statement here: ICA Racial Injustice Statement (2).pdf


Governor Holcomb's Proclamation: July 2020 as Minority Mental Health Month


Norman R. Brandenstein, LMHC

Norman has been a member of ICA since 2015 and was a former member on the ICA Board of Directors as the Licensed Mental Health Counselor Representative. He is currently counseling in a private practice in Indianapolis, IN with three colleagues. He provides mental health counseling to adult individuals and couples, with a specialty focused on those in the LGBTQ community.

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For ICA's virtual conference all the sessions have been pre-recorded, so that when you register you'll receive links to all the sessions and can view them when it is most convenient for you!

Registration is open until June 3, 2021!

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