Behavioral Health

5 Brand Features That Give Me Goosebumps

Every time I walk through the doors of a well-positioned and branded behavioral health organization I get goosebumps. And as I visit with more of them, and speak with the incredible people that do the good work, the source of my goosebumps is clear. They all share some key traits. I’ve identified five brand features…

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Digital Detox III

A digital detox is unthinkable! Unbearable! Being without your personal digital connection to the world is almost impossible to imagine, even though many of us would agree that life would be better without it. Palm Trees We have incredible amounts of information and access right in the palms of our hands. Digital palm trees, with…

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dR at NATCON 2017

dR will be at NATCON! Kelly’s excited to see some of you there. Tiny videos are a new series of spur of the moment shorts, each one under a minute, that give you insight into our studio, the people in it, and random day-to-day happenings.

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Simple Ways to Fall

I know a lot of simple ways to fall. Here’s a selection of my current favorites. I didn’t include the song I wrote, titled appropriately enough, A Simple Way to Fall. Perhaps I will in a future blog. Feel free to share your own simple ways. Fall Classic Indians and Cubs in the World Series. An…

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Motivation is a Marathon, Not a Sprint.

Motivation is a marathon, not a sprint. A fact I’ve always known but was (painfully) reminded of at our latest trade show, NATCON. While it was truly an impressive show and we had a great experience, both as exhibitors and attendees, it takes a lot of motivation to complete. Prep The preparation before all shows are intense,…

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UP JUMPED SPRING! MOTIVATION

My motivation is being hit with a case of Up Jumped Spring, one of my favorite seasonal jazz tunes, and one of Freddie Hubbard’s best. It’s a tune that feels like what happens when spring jumps up (thankfully a bit early this year). It delightfully messes with my motivation and direction. Different music. Different clothes. Windows open. Furniture…

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Semicolon

Semicolon Tattoo

I like to use a semicolon. A semicolon can serve a good purpose in a sentence and a story, as a substantive pause; a signal to breathe that doesn’t impede forward progress. For me and many others, it’s also an icon. A message. And a movement — the Semicolon Project. I wear a semicolon on my…

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Preparing for Change

Preparing for Change

A guest blog contributed by Gary Humble of Pinnacle Partners. You have heard it said before — “Change is coming.” The truth is, change is always happening around us, whether we acknowledge it or not, especially in the behavioral health industry. From technology to mergers and acquisitions to new therapeutic interventions, change is constantly upon…

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Branding for Behavioral Health. Why?

Kelly Farrell

We are often referred to prospective clients this way, “if you want to do it right, call designRoom Creative.” I am very proud of that. Because getting your branding right, even if it takes time and a bit more of an investment at the front end, will help you create consistent revenue for years to…

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We Opened Some Eyes (I Hope) at Open Minds!

Open Minds 2014 Blog by designRoom Creative

Earlier this month in New Orleans I presented, along with long-time client, Jonathan Lee, CEO of Signature Health, a case study of his brand in front of more than 100 Behavioral Health professionals from all over the country. We spoke about the importance of, especially in a changing industry, positioning a brand for growth. It’s not…

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