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 (

  • The visits you didn't make: counselor self-care

    Apr 29, 2015
    So many of us enter this profession with a sense of urgency. We seek to make real and lasting change on the world around us and beyond. We seek to be the change. Some of us go the route of the many and join an established program. Others seek to chart new territory and decide to open our own practices or charities. I chose the latter.
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  • …but how can I get experience if no one will hire me?

    Mar 30, 2015
    Every clinician no matter how well known and connected now, was likely once in a place where they found themselves growing ever so frustrated over what appeared to be insurmountable odds of finding a place to get started. Few of us enter the field with connections, many of us enter as the first in our group to do so; professional connections are nonexistent beyond the professors we have had.
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  • A note to the homeless; there is hope.

    Dec 02, 2014
    A few years ago I was in New York City for the day and while sitting on a park bench waiting for my wife as she fought valiantly to find a sanitary pubic bathroom (yay for bookstores), I took up a conversation with an older woman who sat down next to me on the public bench. She was well spoken and you could see that she put in effort to look her best. She had two large bags with her and I thought her to be one of the million shoppers that make NYC so rich.
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  • Death with dignity: a case for assisted suicide

    Nov 24, 2014
    The bastard always wins. No matter how hard we work to be healthy, no matter how much we exercise, no matter how healthy the food we eat and no matter how often we shun the “bad stuff” in life, death awaits us all. The matter in which death takes us however is still under our control in some cases, however controversial it may be.
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  • My heart attack

    Sep 22, 2014
    For years I’ve pushed myself to the limit. I’m a junkie for breaking personal records; I’ve been like that for most of my life. When my physical issues caused me to have to stop body building (I preferred what was then known as “Super High Intensity Bodybuilding” which called for pushing every muscle to the point of exhaustion plus two and picking one muscle group per month to push even harder), I traded the high of bodybuilding for pushing my personal capacity.
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