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 (

  • Losing Loved Ones During a Pandemic-Complicated Grief

    May 19, 2020
    As a mental health professional I am used to being the one helping others. It’s what I trained for and what I enjoy. I am not always successful of course, but I do what I can. Sadly, during this pandemic I have found myself feeling powerless in so many ways.
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  • On complicated grief

    Sep 11, 2019
    As clinical professionals we often deal with grief. Losing someone close to you is never easy even if your personal and religious beliefs believe that your loved one is going to someplace far better and that our life here is but a stage of a much larger path.
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  • When did our work become partisan?

    Oct 18, 2018
    It’s arguable about how old I was when I entered the field of human services but I was doing state and national conference lectures and meeting with high powered politicians since I was 16. Life was much different then, in so many ways.
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  • Becoming an effective mediator for sibling rivalry using RESPECT

    Oct 03, 2018
    With the late passing of Aretha Franklin I was reminded of one of my favorite songs R-E-S-P-E-C-T. The rules of sibling rivalry seem to always have some universal themes among them. Competing for mom and dad’s attention (positively or negatively), trying to outdo one another in school, sports, or home responsibilities, assertion of power within the family unit, lack of RESPECT for one another, negative parental role models, etc. and the list goes on.
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  • "Psychs du Soleil:" making clinician self-care important

    Aug 22, 2018
    I started in the human services 29 years ago. 29 summers. 29 winters. Lots have changed in me, lots have changed in the world in that time. When I started there was no talk of self-care, at least there was none in my orbit. Instead we spoke of the possibility of being productive 16 hours a day, 6 maybe 7 days per week. Holidays were for the retired.
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