ITA’s 3rd Annual Integrated
Creative Arts Therapy Conference
“Cultivating Identity Creatively”
June 8 – 9, 2018
Institute for Therapy through the Arts will be holding its 3rd integrated creative arts therapy conference in downtown Chicago. This conference will afford professionals utilizing the creative arts therapies an opportunity to connect and learn about clinical work, research, training, and community identity.
Register at the door — checks or credit cards only.
Single Day Non-CEU Recipient: $125
Single Day CEU Recipient: $155
2-Day Pass Non-CEU Recipient: $215
2-Day Pass CEU Recipient: $265
Single Day Student: $45
2-Day Pass Student: $75
Co-sponsored by and hosted at Adler University, located in beautiful Downtown Chicago.
Sponsor the Conference
This conference will bring together creative arts therapists, healthcare and mental health professionals, and students from all over the Midwest. Take advantage of this opportunity and reach thousands across the region through our marketing campaigns! Your sponsorship will allow you to promote your organization to thousands of professionals and students utilizing ITA’s marketing efforts.
Promotional opportunities included with sponsorship:
•Your business logo included in all event marketing materials
•Donation of materials for the conference bags
•Advertisement in the conference program
•A table in the conference exhibit hall
Additionally, you can choose to sponsor special events such as the keynote speaker or conference luncheon and promote your business to the greatest number of attendees.
To learn more about our sponsor levels, click to view the
CAT Conference Sponsorship Brochure.
To BECOME A SPONSOR, fill out the
CAT Conference Sponsorship Registration Form.
The Institute for Therapy through the Arts is proud to announce that Dr. Lisa Hinz, Ph.D ATR-BC, will be the Keynote Speaker for our upcoming 2018 Integrated Creative Arts Therapy Conference, co-sponsored by Adler University. Dr. Hinz is a prominent author and researcher in the field of Creative Arts Therapy. She specifically addresses the underpinnings of creativity and the universality of the art-making experience that unites the Creative Arts Therapy professions. Join us in learning from an expert in our field.