Social media is a great tool to both express yourself creatively and professionally! Part of what we do is help our clients get a message to their audience. We've had the pleasure of working with Carrie Ishee, a licensed clinical counselor, art therapist, trauma recovery coach, and award winning author. Carrie's book "Seduced into Darkness: Transcending my Psychiatrists Sexual Abuse" is a moving memoir detailing the trauma that she experienced in her early twenties.
We have been working on developing Carrie's social media presence on both Instagram and Facebook. Each month we plan different topics that she is interested in and could be engaging for her audience and then we use this as a roadmap for her content. We help her create the connection between the work she is doing as a therapist and author, and her overarching goal of empowering others and helping them through their own healing journeys. Along with messaging, we have helped her develop a color palette that matches her website and book cover that we use throughout her social media to keep a cohesive look. We have been playing around with different types of content like reels and timelapse videos, which are really fun and help keep her audience interested.
We are so happy that we can help Carrie express herself through social media!
The Centers for Growth and Potential is a group of professionals who specialize in providing a wide range of traditional psychological assessment and psychotherapy services. They are a warm and professional team so we wanted to redesign their website to reflect that. The first thing we did was review their old site and get a clear picture of who they are and what they do. Once we had a sense, we decided to rebrand the logo and color palette for a more warm and natural look that would compliment the website.
Nacha Mendez, Santa Fe musician and winner of the New Mexico Platinum Music Lifetime Achievement Award, decided to start her own scholarship to support young girls in their musical education. The Nacha Mendez Music Scholarship for New Mexican Girls of Color was an idea Nacha's brother planted in her ear as they reflected on her career as a musician and she made it a reality this summer. In preparation for the launch, we worked with Nacha to prepare a unique logo that could capture the essence of her mission.
Our Team At Work
Samples of the work we do with clients and other media to get to know us.