Susan Micari has been at the forefront of education therapy for decades. She recently decided to rebrand, and at first we were focusing on her move to Richmond, VA, and that geographic area, but after some thought we both decided that it might be better to have a brand that isn’t restricted to one region. The first logo “Ed Therapy RVA” had a flower coming up from the ‘t” in therapy, and she liked that concept, but after deciding on “Ed Therapy 360” she decided that something along the lines of a dandelion might work better, to both keep the flower idea, but also convey the sense of a 360, full-coverage approach to learning disabilities and educational therapy. Here are both versions of the logo.
To learn more about Ed Therapy 360, visit their website: https://edtherapy360.com