Senior EOP Counselor
Campus Address: Twin Rise South Wing 620
Neil O'Donnell M.A., RPA, CPCC, CSMC
A graduate of Buffalo State’s EOP Program, Neil O’Donnell is an Anthropologist with specializations in Medical Anthropology, Prehistoric Archaeology and Socio-Cultural Anthropology. A certified Master Tutor Trainer, with additional certifications in Career Coaching and Stress Management, Neil has twenty years of experience in developing and providing academic, career and personal support to college students and alumni.
O’Donnell is also an award winning author whose publications include novels, nonfiction books, short stories, and peer-reviewed articles for journals and volumes which include North American Archaeologist, The Association for the Tutoring Profession, The Encyclopedia of Anthropology, The Encyclopedia of Time, and 21st Century Anthropology. Through the writing of his memoir, Bellwood, OCD and Me and presentations funded by the Center for Development of Human Services (CDHS), Neil focuses much of his free time educating the community about Obsessive-compulsive Disorder.
O’Donnell is a member of multiple professional organizations including the American College Counseling Association, the American Counseling Association, the Association for the Tutoring Profession, the Register of Professional Archaeologists, the New York State Archaeological Association, and the Northeastern Anthropological Association.
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