Clients Find Flexible Hours Appealing For Couples Counseling

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In a new trend for relationship therapist, many have begun offering sessions in late evenings, on weekends, and even Sundays.

SDH Counseling LLC - untangling relationship ambivalence

When you're already feeling pressure at home within your relationship, the last thing you need is additional stress from work.

SDH Counseling has begun offering its clients hours outside the traditional M-F 9-5. In this day and age, with the current job market being as precarious as it is, it's important for everyone to be as reliable as they can to keep their current employment. While an occasional visit to the dentist might not cut into sick leave too much or create a noticeable absence around the office, weekly trips to relationship therapy in hopes of saving or transitioning a troubled marriage or relationship could easily create more attention than clients are looking for at work. To answer that, Sheri Hardin, LCSW has begun seeing more and more clients in the late evenings and on weekends.

"It's too hard for one person to get regular time off in a struggling family, let alone two!", said Sheri Hardin. "When you're already feeling pressure at home within your relationship, the last thing you need is additional stress from work. My goal is to help, not create another obstacle to the healthy relationship and lifestyle you deserve", Hardin added.

About SDH Counseling LLC
Sheri Hardin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 18 years experience in various mental health and social work settings. She received a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Mount Holyoke College and a Master's degree in Social Work from Tulane University. She has worked in outpatient, inpatient, residential, emergency room, hospice care, and in-home settings helping many individuals, couples, and families find happiness again after struggling with their relationship problems. Sheri is currently taking new clients in the metro Atlanta area.

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