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 (

  • When the klan came for me

    Nov 10, 2016
    As I write this the USA has elected its 45th president via the Electoral College if not by popular vote. Across this nation many of our clients especially those from marginalized populations such as people of color, immigrants and from the LGBTQ are scared. They are scared due to the vile dehumanizing language that the then candidate used to describe them.
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  • When clients find old age

    Oct 12, 2016
    The night is near and a mist is in the air, settling on the ever drooping flowers. The sunflowers no longer climb to the sky in defiance of the rain but he remembers when they were beautiful and bright. Now the seeds are dropping to the ground, birds are contemplating the next day’s feast.
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  • The difference between a belief system and discrimination

    Apr 22, 2016
    Recently I was contacted by a pillar of a community that is currently in the center of a large dispute over what many call “right to hate laws” that are sprouting up around the country. He asked “Does a belief system that differs from other ones automatically get classified as discrimination?”
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  • Why I may leave health care

    Feb 17, 2016
    Sometimes you just get tired. Tired of mountains of paperwork, tired of insurance reviews if you “go outside of the normal expected range” by offering more than one session per week when a client really needs it. Tired of greedy insurance companies dictating care; you can’t do 60 minute sessions more than 15% of the time or face audits, reviews, nasty letters and other legal bullying.
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  • A message to family and friends of clinicians

    Sep 14, 2015
    Sometimes when I get out of work I* am not very good company. I sit at the supper table and nod when you all speak. My eyes seem distant, I may be looking out the window and only answer questions in monosyllabic words that are little more than mumbles. My color looks a bit off, it may be kind of red, it may be kind of pale but it just does not look like my normal shade. I may sit off by myself at social functions or you may find me leaving early. I smile when I know you are looking but often times you see a frown or a confused, lost look when I do not know you are there.
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