Logo Design Contest for Family and Community Intervention Lab

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Company or website name

Family and Community Intervention Lab

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Logo Design for Family and Community Intervention Lab

Who we are:

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Describe your company and organization and target audience.

I am a professor and researcher in Clinical Child Psychology - and I'm looking for a logo to represent my research lab. The lab is called the "Family and Community Intervention Lab."

I work with families of young children with disruptive behavior problems and autism spectrum disorder. My research focuses on providing caregivers with positive parenting skills to build a stronger parent-child relationship while also reducing child disruptive behaviors. Parents learn these skills by playing with their children and implementing an effective discipline strategy. I work a lot in community settings (not just a lab space) which is also representative in the title of the lab.

The design should have the following:

I am not wedded to any idea. The family component is the most important part to me. And to show a strong family promotes a child's well-being. Maybe a reference to Bronfrenbrenner's ecological model (https://www.psychologynoteshq.com/bronfenbrenner-ecological-theory/) where maybe a child is in the middle of the design, then caregivers next, then larger community might be one idea. Any other symbols to represent a strong family are welcome

This logo will be used for:

Print (business cards, letterheads, brochures etc.)
Online (website, online advertising, banner ads etc.)
Merchandise (mugs, t-shirts etc.)
Signs (including shops, billboards etc.)

We do not want this in the entries:

I do not think I want a puzzle piece included. This is a national symbol to represent autism, but I think it would be a copyright concern/overused.

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