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Membership Benefits

Legislative Representation
    • Receive updates and notifications on major changes impacting counseling in Idaho
    • ICA's Lobbyist keeps us informed and connected
    • ICA's Lobbyist is submitting legislation on the Counseling Compact January 2024
    • To learn more, check out our Public Policy Page or members can join the PP&L committee that meets on the first Friday of each month at 12pm MST.  
    • Learn about Job Opportunities
    • Explore upcoming events
    • Find CE trainings
    • Learn about office space rentals
    • Participate in research studies
    • Stay informed on ICA business
    • Members can market for free reaching over 600+ members
    • To learn more, check out our Listserv Page
Leadership Opportunities and Development
    • Yearly Leadership Development Institute (April 2024)
    • Weekly Committee Meetings open to all members on zoom
      • Members who are logged in can see these links on the events calendar


    • CE Events
    • Webinars
    • Conferences
    • Monthly Peer Consultation
    • To learn more, check out our Events Page

Quarterly Referral List 

    • Free Member benefit to be listed quarterly when accepting new clients
    • Free Member benefit to receive the list for referrals
    • Next list goes out January 1st, 2024!

Speaking and Teaching Opportunities

    • ICA is now accepting proposals for CE courses for next year.
    • Develop your career and reputation by becoming a speaker
    • Members who speak on behalf of ICA will be listed on the Upcoming Speaker's Bureau
    • CE Course Application Link


    • Counselor Socials during conferences
    • Coffee Meet-ups (Coming Soon)
    • Weekly Meetings for committees

Scholarship Opportunities

    • ICA works hard at supporting local students in Idaho through scholarship and volunteer opportunities during ICA conferences

Award Opportunities

    • Each year ICA gives out 5 awards to counselors in the state in recognition for their hard work
Discounts for Members
    • ICA State Conferences 
    • CE events and Webinars

Speaker's Bureau

    • Coming Soon in Spring 2024!

And so much more!!!

Join Us

In thinking about membership, it is also important to know that there are four types of individual members:

Professional Member:
Must hold a master’s degree or higher in counseling or a closely related field from a college or university that was accredited when the degree was awarded by one of the regional accrediting bodies recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Professional Members of ICA may run for and hold ICA-elected offices or be committee chairpersons.  

Associate Member:
Any person who works in a closely related mental health field, but does not hold a master’s degree in counseling.

Student Member:
Must be enrolled half-time or more in a counseling or a closely related mental health field.

Student Members cannot run for or hold ICA-elected offices or chair committees (Doctoral Students may apply to do so). 

Retired Member:
A retired member is a person who has been an ICA professional member for five consecutive years and who has retired from the counseling profession.

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