Thank you for attending the 2021 ICA week-long virtual conference! We enjoyed being able to provide 21.25 continuing education credits, along with graduate student poster presentations. Access to conference session links and conference materials will be available to view until July 1, 2021, therefore attendees can earn continuing education credits until that date. 

All registered conference attendees will receive post-conference communication via email with information including the conference session links and the link to the Conference folder with conference powerpoints and materials. If you have not already completed the online continuing education form, please do so that you may receive your continuing education credits.


ICA Responds to Racial Injustice 

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

Governor's Proclamation: Counseling Awareness Month (April 2021)


Teresea Higham, MA-MHC, BSAC, (sat for her LMHCA licensure on May 5, 2021)

Teresa has been a member of ICA since 2017 and she was on the Board of ICA as a student representative in 2018. 

She owns and operates New Beginnings Recovery Center, LLC in Seymour, IN (Jackson County). She opened it in November of 2018, right after she graduated from IUPUC. At her current position, she does almost everything in the business, with the exception of billing....

Tina D. Weldy, M.S., L.M.H.C 

Tina joined ICA in 2003 when she was working for Madison Center. She has always enjoyed being a part of the wider organization, feeling challenged by peers whom she has learned to know at annual conventions. She counts friends as peers whom she only sees once a year. Since graduation she has spent five years working for a community mental health center, and now nearly twelve years in private practice.....

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