Stephen E. Corso, MSW
Director of Field Experience, Applied Psychology
Stephen E. Corso, MSW, LICSW is the Director of Field Experience in the Department of Applied Psychology.
He joined Antioch’s faculty in January 2018. Stephen received his MSW degree from the University of Connecticut School of Social Work in 1981. He received his BS in Psychology from Trinity College in 1977. Stephen gained his counseling experience providing individual, group, couples and family therapy in small community mental health centers in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Stephen’s experience in crisis intervention and grief work include his tenure at Falmouth Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Saint Elizabeth’s Medical Center. Stephen has supervised interns from Tufts University, Boston College, Boston University, and Simmons College.
More recently, Stephen developed innovative grant-funded services to community-based older adults including in-home depression screening, psychotherapy, and crisis intervention for suicide prevention. His research interests include identifying and treating adults with depression, anxiety, and chronic pain.
Stephen has lived in West Keene with his wife since 2016. He enjoys all that the Monadnock Region has to offer including listening to local musicians, biking the rail-trail, and enjoying numerous lakes in the summer.
MSW University of Connecticut School of Social Work