Tom Pecca, MA, LMHC, CSAT, CTT


Tom graduated from Springfield College with a Bachelor of Science in human services/addiction studies, and also completed his master’s degree in mental health. He is specially trained in substance and process addictions and has had extensive training with Dr. Patrick Carnes, the founder of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. Tom is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and Certified Multiple Addictions Therapist.

He has been working in residential treatment since 2003 conducting process, experiential and psycho-educational therapy groups. He has an expansive education in process addictions including gambling, gaming and internet addictions. Tom is an international speaker and trainer and has educated other clinicians in trauma work throughout the United States and on three continents.

10:15am – 11:45am EDT

Monday October 26th

THE TRAUMA HEART COLLABORATIVE: Stories of Survival and Hope

1.5 CE Credit

I was born in October 1945 and I'm pretty sure I was responsible for the Atomic Bomb.

So much is revealed about me from that opening line. I'm 72 and I recognize that I carried enormous guilt. What do the stories of our clients tell you about them, their families and perhaps about you? This presentation will offer the stories and the work of past clients, their families, their therapists and the therapeutic processes that provide a road to healing. It will provide therapeutic modalities that will be useful in your practice.