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 (

  • Charlie Brown has Cancer

    Feb 25, 2014
    Years ago I met a young man who was fighting cancer. He had his signature hat to hide the fact that he had long since lost his hair, his skin was pale and his body was frail. He carried with him an old Charlie Brown doll. It was well worn and battered, the paint for his eyes and the few signature Charlie Brown hairs were smudged, some were altogether gone. He held it tightly and you could tell that it meant the world to him; it was an extension of him.
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  • Humble suggestions for finding an internship

    Jan 30, 2014
    One of the issues that I am contacted about frequently has to do with internship placement. While I will not pretend to be an expert on internship placements, I have been an intern myself for seven different programs and have interviewed and supervised many interns over the years. As a Clinical Director I am currently in charge of interns at our not for profit as well. What follows are some humble suggestions. I hope you find them useful.
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  • I remember Dr. Lenny

    Jan 10, 2014
    I first met Dr. Lenny when I was interviewing for an inpatient position many years ago and he was part of the the small panel that interviewed me. He was a stickler for privacy even before HIPAA was the law of the land and he seemed to enjoy grilling me on confidentiality and all things related to substance abuse.
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  • Who needs alternative education programs?

    Jan 03, 2014
    Article: Not long ago I was at an event where folks were speaking about alternative education programs. One gentleman had some less than kind things to say about the type of kid who needs such programming. He described a trouble kid who dabbles with or is addicted to drugs, gets into trouble and is known to the police.
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  • Beware the poison pen- court mandated clients and anonymous review sites

    Nov 20, 2013
    It seems like every day there is a new online review site. While there was a time when you had to elect or even ask to be listed on these sites, nowadays many add you without consent or in most cases without you even being aware that you are on them.
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