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Connecting Kids Psychology Logo Design
Kids in Playground Illustration for Kids Book Therapy
Connecting Kids Psychology Web Design
Kids talking on the lounge illustration for Kids Book Therapy Psychologist
Connecting-Kids-Psychologist-Flyer-Design

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Logo Design | Branding | Business Card & Flyer | Website design | Wall panel illustration

 

VISIT  KIDS BOOK THERAPY WEBSITE

Kids Book Therapy Logo & Web Design

Kids Book Therapy was established by Belinda Dan, an Educational and Developmental Psychologist, who is also a qualified teacher, and Mum to two children.

The main purpose of the website is to provide resources to help children develop their social and emotional skills with reflective questions and activities from children’s books. 

These reflective questions and activities can be used by parents, teachers, psychologists, speech pathologists and social workers.

 

BRANDING

Belinda also has another physiologist business called Connecting Kids that we wanted to the connection to this brand, so we created two children characters that we used throughout the communication, including wall panel decoration on her practice room and building.

These characters are also used for the exercises and activities used for children’s treatment.

 

WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT

The website features a membership program which allows Belinda to add more resources every month for the subscribers.

 

I hired Linda to help create a branding and website package. I had seen her work on the internet, and loved it. Her work just felt right, and was a perfect fit for what I was hoping for. Linda was so warm, friendly and approachable. Linda had wonderful ideas that linked the designs together. She helped to guide me through the unfamiliar and daunting aspects of setting up a website. She answered all my questions, and provided calm support. I love the end result, and have already lined up Linda to do further work. I will be hiring Linda again, and would recommend her to others. Thank  you so much for everything!

Belinda Dan

Psychologist, Connecting Kids

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