Online Registration for the 2023 LCA Conference will open July 1

Pre-Conference Seminars are returning September 23, 2023.  THE PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS ARE ALL VIRTUAL.   Registration for the pre-conference workshops and payment  will be done on the Community Bulletin Board.  Only charge cards may be used to pay for the pre-conference workshops.


 Important:  The pre-conference workshop registration is separate this year.  Registering for the pre-conference does not register you for conference.

Deadline for Registration for pre-conference is 9/21.

6 hour sessions         $75.00  member pre-registration;    Non-Member $125.00

3 hour sessions         $50.00  member pre-registration;     Non-member  $100.00

   Registration fees:

The fees reflected below are conference registration fees for 2023

Those completing  the conference registration process by the Advanced Registration deadline August 18, 5:00 pm will receive a ticket to the LCA luncheon on Monday.


Professional Full Conf.

Professional One Day

Professional Two Day

Student, PLPC, Retired Full Conference

Student, PLCA, Retired One day

Student, PLCA, Retired Two days

Non Member Full Conf.

Non member One Day

Non Member Two Days

Advanced Registration
August 18, 2022





















On Site Fees
After 9/15/2022











 Registration Details:

Conference participants may pay online using a credit card, check or purchase order.   

Conference participants registering by check online SHOULD SUBMIT PAYMENT WITHIN 10 DAYS.   

Conference participants may use a purchase order form to guarantee the payment for their registration fees.  The Purchase Order form originates at the participant's work.  The actual form must be received at the LCA office.

Guidelines for the Use of a Purchase Order:  Please read these guidelines.

  1. Purchase Order Form MUST accompany registration.  When registration is done online, the form should be     emailed to
  2. Purchase order form should include the name, telephone number and email address of the person to be contacted for payment.  This may not be standard information and should be added to the form.
  3. Purchase Orders should be paid within 30 days of initial  invoice.
  4. It is the responsibility of the conference participant that the conference registration is paid.  The PO is a guarantee but the payment is still the responsibility of the person attending the conference.  Purchase Orders WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER SEPTEMBER 15, 2023.  ALL PURCHASE ORDERS MUST BE PAID BEFORE OCTOBER  4, 2023.  You will be notified if your registration is not paid.  Your conference packet will be held at the Problem  Table for payment at that time.

Advanced Registration Fee (Early Bird):   Deadline:  August 18, 2022  

Pre-registration Fee:  Deadline: September 15, 2022.   

Refund Policy: Cancellation requests MUST be made in writing by email or US post. Requests received by September 21 will incur an administrative charge of $50.00; those received after September 21 but prior to September 25  will incur an administrative charge of $75.00 subtracted from the registration fees received. NO REFUNDS AFTER October 7 except for emergencies.   


 The Community Project for 2023 Conference will be  Metanoia Manor  .  Monetary donation is preferred.    You will be able  to donate on your registration form.

Metanoia Manor was founded in 2018 by Fr. Jeffery Bayhi and is a faith-based residential facility. This program offers a place of refuge to female adolescent victims of human trafficking, in which to heal physically and mentally. Metanoia provides biologically born girls aged 11-18 with mental, physical, and spiritual health, instruction in academics, life skills, and job training.


Metanoia Manor is divided into seven areas:


Physical Health

Spiritual Health

Mental Health

Life Skills



 What is Metanoia:

  • DCFS Licensed Residential Group Home, Type IV
  • Undisclosed, secured location
  • Faith-based program (religious activities not required)
  • Private bedrooms with private bathroom
  • Accepting residents 11-18 years of age
  • Accepting pregnant residents and children of residents
  • Accepting referrals from all resources
  • Serving domestic and international citizens
  • Long-term placement option

Metanoia Services:

  • Academic assessments and individualized appropriate curriculum.
  • Individual and group mental health therapy
  • Individual and group substance abuse therapy
  • Life skills training
  • Spiritual guidance (religious activities not required)
  • Community volunteer opportunities
  • Medical care
  • Dental care
  • Psychiatric assessment and management of medication
  • Field Trips
  • Art, sewing, cooking skills, creative writing, dance, sports, and gardening activities
  • Employment skills introduction
  • Transitional planning
  • Multi-lingual staff. Languages include: English, Spanish, French, Italian, Llonggo, Bisaya, Tagalog, Malayalam, Malagasy
  • Sustained by private donations and grants
  • Equine Therapy
  • Canine Therapy


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