Harbor Counseling Assoc website

Mark Dunay is a great guy, and a very talented therapist. He's got a pretty specific niche: he specializes in addiction/recovery, and as his website says, he "gets people sober." His old website didn't showcase the extraordinary work that he does. He needed an outstanding website that attracts just the right people who need his unique expertise. We worked together to create a cutting-edge look and site that draws the right audience for him. Mark loves his new branding package, and is getting lots of compliments... and patients!

Here's what Mark had to say: "I began a wonderful and productive business relationship with Lois Wood and LW Creative Group in the Spring of 2012.
Before building what everyone agrees is a truly stunning, state-of-the art Website and setting up an aggressive but very tasteful Marketing Program, Lois took a lot of time to really learn and understand what my business was about and where I wanted to take it.

Her creative work around the Graphics, Color, Layout etc. was far beyond what I could ever conceive on my own and her understanding of my market... my target audience... allowed her to shape a very precise marketing campaign which has paid for itself many times over.

Besides being a delight to work with, Lois is Smart, Savvy and Strong. The smartest decision I made in the process was to recognize these strengths and let her Quarterback the entire operation..." - Mark B Dunay, LICSW, LADC 1

and p.s. Here's what one of his colleagues sent: "I wanted to send you a quick note to let you know that I am very impressed with your new website. It is AWESOME!!! I can picture someone looking online for help and finding your website. This is a website that is warm and actually 'reaches out' to you in a personal and caring way, but is very informative at the same time. It is a 'working website.' Very well done!!"

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Therapist specializing in addiction/recovery needed to recreate his site to showcase his expertise

Harbor Counseling Associates

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