UPDATED BRIEF TO INCLUDE LEARNINGS FROM THE QUALIFYING ROUND:
1) Colors are hex #aecf5e green and a mid-gray. Green represents mental health and also growth. I like the vibrancy of the green but would like to evolve my brand to make it classier, cleaner and more modern. Please use the correct colors in your submissions as the wrong color ends up being a distraction to those I poll.
2) My brand attributes are growth (which in my previous logos has been represented by a leaf), healing (which has been represented by the heart) and transformation (which I represent with a photo of a butterfly on my website but not in my logo to date). Abstract logos that represent two or three of these (or alternative representations you can come up with) are preferred. Please note that overt hearts, pretty flowers and butterflies do not go down so well with the male audience, so if you are going to incorporate these, please do so abstractly. Some of your first round designs were quite masterful in presenting options that could be either leaves or butterflies, depending on the perspective. I don't want to give up on the butterfly idea completely but it probably needs to be much more subtle! I'm also very open to other ideas you might have for representing growth, healing and transformation, so have at it!
3) Font treatment: I prefer therapyjane in lower case rather than capitalized, and without a space between the words. Please use font, weight or color to differentiate "therapy" from "jane". If one is more pronounced than the other, please put the emphasis on "jane" rather than on "therapy".
3) Usage: the new logo is primarily for use on business cards and for my website. To date the logo is in the top left corner and if the new logo would work there, great. I've realized it wouldn't be too big of a deal to re-org the header space to accommodate a design with a centralized icon, however. Please take a look at the newly uploaded screenshot of the current website and mockup.
4) If possible, I would like some interaction between the icon and the wording (i.e., I don't want a design that just bolts the icon on at the side). The icon will also need to be used by itself as a Favicon, so can't be too intricate.
5) If you are conveying movement (e.g.: of a butterfly) please be sure that its trajectory is in the right direction - i.e., left to right!
I will add more information as appropriate. In addition, I've attached copies of my current icon and the logo renditions below. You might also like to take a look at my website at http://www.therapyjane.com.