Consulting & Professional Services
About Your Company
Dethroning Your Inner Critic helps you break the habit of listening to your Inner Critic and living as if she is you.
Research indicates that on average you talk to yourself 50,000 times a day - and that most of this self-talk is about yourself, and it's 80% negative. This is your Inner Critic telling you where you are failing, imperfect, "not enough", upsetting others, and even "too" successful. Ultimately, we can’t control all of the circumstances in our lives, but we can choose how we respond to what shows up.
Psychotherapist Joanna Kleinman (LCSW) combines practical psychology and neuroscience to help people discover who they are separate from the automatic, self-sabotaging voice in their minds, so that they can access their full potential, transform their relationships, and the lives they want.
-In-person and online programs
-Private and couples therapy
-Group and private coaching
-Corporate trainings and workshops
Dethroning Your Inner Critic Tagline (do not include in logo):
Lose your mind...and find yourself.
We want our logo to our brand values:
-Intimacy, warmth, connection
-Being bold, saying the bold thing, daring
-Vision, commitment to a bigger future
We want people to feel:
-Possibility, accessing potential, reinvention
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
Colors to Explore
"Dethroning Your Inner Critic" OR "dyic"
Top 3 Things
Confidence, Awe/Wonder, Professionalism
-I'd love to try a lettermark logo using the initials "dyic" or "DYIC". Could "Dethroning Your Inner Critic" be the text underneath the lettermark to reinforce the lettermark? Love Examples 1 and 2.
Pictorial mark ideas:
-I am open to visual icons. Pictorial are okay if they are less literal and more abstract. I want to convey unlocking potential, empowerment, and freedom. A brain? Any other ideas you have are welcome! Let's stay away from literal and stock-like. I like white space, abstract, and piquing curiosity. I like how Example 3 is a rabbit but abstract. Love Example 4 - the color gradient here is really cool too.
We've been using a deep berry color (#a62a6e) and hot pink (#ec008c) but I am open to more impactful combinations. I am open to trying cooler colors. And gradients and combinations.