Doc Warren

Doc Warren

"Doc Warren" Corson III is a counselor and the clinical & executive director of Community Counseling of Central CT Inc. and Pillwillop Therapeutic Farm (

  • Learning While Teaching or What our Clients Teach Us

    Oct 24, 2011
    One of the great things about our jobs is that if we are paying attention to our clients, they are often teaching us while we attempt to educate them. One of the reasons for this is that we spend so much time listening to our clients and helping them explore options that we are exposed to situations, conditions and things that are beyond our personal lives. Sometimes these situations come far closer to home and we may realize something about ourselves as we help our clients learn more about their lives.
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  • Managing with Managed Care Part Two of Two

    Oct 18, 2011
    Last week I discussed a bit about managed care and preparing to make the clinical review call. This week I will finish discussing ways to increase effective communication and results with managed care by explaining and focusing more on the review process itself.
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  • Managing with Managed Care Part One of Two

    Oct 13, 2011
    The next few blogs are in response to email requests I have received asking me to expand on the discussion about managed care. A free brochure on the topic can be downloaded and printed at a link that will be supplied in part two. Feel free to share it.
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  • Final Services Are For The Family, Not The Deceased

    Sep 26, 2011
    I want to thank everyone who has shown me support over the loss of my father. I have been really touched by the support I have received on my blog and via email. Sometimes as a blogger or a small practice professional it is hard to gauge is anyone notices you or pays attention to your work. The ACA family has shown me that it is indeed a family and a supportive one at that.
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  • The Man Behind The Mask

    Sep 26, 2011
    We all know that all work and no play not only leads to a dull life but can also lead to many health issues as well. Trust me, I learned that first hand and do not recommend it. Coming back from the abyss can really be a wakeup call; the question remains whether or not to pick up the line. I decided that now that I am feeling much better (hoping for 100% soon) that it was time for me to reduce my work hours to no more than 70 per week, including farm related work (I have a plan to further reduce it eventually down to 50) and to start doing things that I once enjoyed but had stopped due to having worked up to and sometimes exceeding 110 hours a week (it’s no wonder I got sick after 5 years of that schedule). Then it occurred to me that I had no real idea as to what I enjoyed anymore since it had been so long. Like any good addict in new recovery (workaholic in my case) I found myself emotionally stunted to about the time when my addiction took over.
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