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 (

  • 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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  • Clinicians in transition: Getting started, moving on, starting over…

    Sep 05, 2013
    Sometimes it seems that no matter the clinician, no matter the age and no matter the setting, they are in the process of some kind of transition. The transition can be personal or professional, but it seems that as a group of folks, we are never or at least seldom happy with simply sitting back, relaxing and enjoying the fruit of our hard work and good deeds
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  • A message to new clinicians and 2nd year grad students

    Aug 26, 2013
    So, you have either just finished your first year of graduate school and are preparing for your internship or recently graduated with your MA degree and are interviewing for your first “real” clinical position. If you are like most folks you find yourself feeling overwhelmed at times thinking about how you will find placement in a field that has so many in it already who have years more experience than you. You may also find yourself feeling timid or even scared at the thought of what you are getting yourself into after listening to some of us old grizzled clinicians talk about our horror stories from throughout our careers or (GULP!) from our internships or first few years in the field.
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  • A note from a former teen age cutter: it’ll get better

    Jul 31, 2013
    Cutting is not a new thing though I suppose the term is on the new side. Years ago you were not necessarily called a cutter; you may have been called depressed, abnormal, suicidal (though there is a difference between suicidal attempts via cutting and cutting. One utilizes a blade in an attempt to end one’s life while the other utilizes a blade not to end a life but as an attempt to at least temporarily alter a feeling, perhaps to show that they have control over something, perhaps as an attempt to feel anything after becoming numb from abuse, perhaps they are obsessed with the desire to cut or alter their appearance or to show that they are in distress, among others).
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