Community Counseling Centers of Central Connecticut Inc.
We treat people not privilege...
(Dr. Warren Corson III)
Internationally certified counselor and counselor supervisor: USA and Canada.
(LPC, NCC, ACS, CCC, CCC-S)
Doc Warren has been in the Human Service field since 1990 (while still in high school). He has worked and or interned in the following clinical settings: Inpatient, Partial Hospital, Intensive Inpatient, Locked Wards, Intensive Outpatient, Home Based, Outreach, Substance Abuse, Criminal Justice, Half Way and Transitional Living Centers. He has worked with all ages on an individual, group and family basis.
Doc utilizes a behavioral approach to therapy based on the work of Dr. Albert Ellis' Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and others, blended with his unique conversational style. He also strives to use the latest and most effective techniques based on current best practices.
Doc has many specialties and though he works with everyone he is often called upon to handle the most complex situations.
Though he works with all populations,Doc is well known to special needs communities and is a proud ally to the LGBTQ community, Veterans, and other populations that often find themselves in need of service with few available clinicians that can help.
Doc is the founder of Community Counseling Centers of Central CT. Inc and Pillwillop Therapeutic Farm and serves as Clinical and Executive Director of both programs. He also writes a monthly column titled Nonprofit News, for Counseling Today Online- the magazine of the American Counseling Association (ACA). He also writes a blog for the ACA as well as for the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Corson, MA, LPC,
Some of Lisa's specialties are issues with anxiety, depression, grief, adjustment disorders, and relational conflicts. Lisa is also our arts-based therapist, combining traditional therapy skills and techniques with art making in order to explore feelings, reconcile emotional conflict, foster self-awareness, manage behavior, and restore well-being. Lisa works with adults, adolescents, and children.
Lisa practices mainly out of the location at Pillwillop Therapeutic Farm in Wolcott, CT where she maintains the therapeutic art studio. Call 860-582-7904 or 203-879-9485 for appointments or reach her at email@example.com