The Self-Pay Clinic

A program of Warren Street Family Counseling Associates.

Warren Street Family Counseling Associates has opened a Self-Pay clinic in response to the needs of individuals, couples and families that are uninsured or need reduced fee services.

To access these services call and ask to speak to someone from the Self-Pay Clinic. A clinician will call you back or email you to let you know if we can meet the request for services and a fee will be worked out that will be payable at the time of service. This program of our counseling center will attempt to respond to scheduling needs, but is limited in its time frames. There will be some weekend hours.

Our hope for the Self-Pay Clinic is to provide high quality, responsive care to those who are in need of reduced fee services.

Nikki D. Hipps, MA MFT
Telephone: 603.226.1999 x119 / email: nhipps@wsfca.net

Nikki is a marriage and family therapist who has experience working with individuals, couples, and families across a wide range of ages and cultural backgrounds. She approaches therapy from a wellness perspective believing each client has the basic skills necessary to thrive and is the expert of his or her own life. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and their families and often incorporates play and art therapy techniques into her work. She is especially interested in helping clients work through challenges related to parenting, co-parenting, blended families, motherhood (teen, single, new moms), adoption, foster care, trauma, multi-generational trauma within families, spirituality, and multicultural issues.

Mitchell Taranow, M.Ed., CAGS
Telephone: 603.226.1999 x119 / email: mtaranow@wsfca.net

Mitch is a clinical mental health counselor and a certified school counselor. With experience working with children, adolescents and adults from a variety of backgrounds, Mitch sees the inherent worth of all human beings and helps clients discover or clarify that worth in themselves. He is a respectful, active listener who quickly builds a safe space to flesh out stories, values, doubts, strengths, and passions. Mitch relies on a blend of therapeutic approaches depending on client needs and preferences, including Solution Focused Brief Therapy, CBT, and Narrative Therapy. Areas of experience include anxiety, depression, ADHD, relational concerns, anger management, life transitions, and grief counseling.

Comments are closed.