Stephen E. Corso, MSW
Director of Field Experience, Applied Psychology
Stephen E. Corso, is the Director of Field Experience in the Department of Applied Psychology.
Stephen gained his counseling experience providing individual, group, couples and family therapy in small community mental health centers in Connecticut and Massachusetts. His experience in crisis intervention and grief work include his tenure at Falmouth Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Saint Elizabeth’s Medical Center. He has supervised interns from Tufts University, Boston College, Boston University, and Simmons College.
His research interests include identifying and treating adults with depression, anxiety, and chronic pain.
MSW from the University of Connecticut School of Social Work
BS in Psychology from Trinity College, Hartford, CT
"Multilingual Advocates Improve Access,” published in Healthcare Consumer Advocacy, 1997
“Work Redesign Adds Multi-Lingual Advocates for Culturally Responsive Services,” published in CONTINUUM, 1997
“Parental Stress and Growth Outcome in Growth-deficient Children,” W. G. Bithoney MD, M. M. Van Sciver PhD, S. Foster MSW, MPH, Stephen Corso MSW, LICSW, and C. Tentindo MD, published in: PEDIATRICS Vol. 96 No. 4 October 1995, pp. 707-711.1 Dept. of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School and the Dept. of Medicine, Children's Hospital
MCSP Leadership in Suicide Prevention Award, The State House, Boston, MA, 2010
Outstanding Leadership Award, MetroWest MHSA Task Force, Framingham, MA, 2007
PY 6990: Clinical Mental Health Counseling Internship
2019 Seattle, WA Integration of a HIPAA Compliant Software for Online Clinical Supervision in Counselor Education Programs, co-presenter, Association For Counselor Education and Supervision Conference
2018 Asheville, NC Social Work Values Improve Justice in Diverse Settings, Closing Keynote Address, NASW North Carolina Chapter, Annual Fall Conference,