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2020 Webinars


Live webinars will often be held on Thursdays at NOON EST for one hour, using the GoToMeeting or Zoom platform.  The cost is $5 for members and $10 for non-members.
You will earn one hour of NBCC approved Continuing Education  for participating in the webinar. Some live webinars will be offered free to ICA members, with the $10 fee for non-members. The webinar will indicate if there is a fee associated for members. 

Surveys of those participants from our webinars show that 100% of them would recommend our webinars to their peers.

*Below is a listing of past webinars (scroll below under Pre-Recorded Webinars) that you can review at your leisure (more to come).  Please click on the webinar link to register.  Upon registering, your email confirmation will have instructions on how to access the video and what questions you need to answer.  You must respond in an email to our Executive Director the answers to the 4-5 questions provided in the confirmation email in order to receive one unit of NBCC approved continuing education.  If you have any questions, contact our Executive Director


AT PRESENT WE ARE TAKING PROPOSALS FOR FUTURE WEBINARS.  
PLEASE APPLY TO BE A WEBINAR PRESENTER HERE: 
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"Es Pan Comido": Treating the Hispanic & Latino Population (Scroll down & Register below!)

Presenter: Carissa Lopez-Bockus, M.S.Ed., LMHC

Brief Description: Hispanics and Latinos represent a large majority of ethnic minorities in the United States, approximately 13.7 percent of the country’s 327.2 million people. According to national projections and trends, the US will continue to see increases of Hispanic and Latino representation. As counselors and practitioners, it is important to continue to learn and understand cultural values, contextual factors, and best practices that inform our clinical practices and advocacy efforts. In this presentation, we will discuss Hispanic immigration trends, common mental health issues among the Hispanic and Latino population, cultural strengths and implications, and intervention and advocacy opportunities.

Learning Objectives:
Participants will be able to:
1. Understand trends in immigration and contextual factors affecting Latino clients.
2. Gain knowledge on cultural strengths and factors that inform treatment.
3. Learn relevant implications for counselors and interventions for treatment and advocacy.

This is a live webinar event, free for ICA & IndiATA members and $10 for non-members. 1.5 continuing education credits available for attending this session. This live webinar will be recorded.

Upcoming Webinars

Indiana Counseling Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2015. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Indiana Counseling Association is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.”

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