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The Alumni Webinar Series is available to all Benedictine University alumni. Each webinar is designed to provide insight and advice on how to succeed both personally and professionally. A Benedictine University alumnus or alumna will host a webinar and present information on a topic of their choice. Alumni Webinar Series events are held once a month during the Fall and Spring seasons. Fall events are held during the months of September, October and November and Spring events will be held during February, March and April. View previously recorded webinars or complete the volunteer interest form to host a future alumni webinar!

Upcoming Alumni Webinar Series Events

"Passionate Balance: Maintaining a Healthy Relationship with Your Partner as You Move Forward in Your Career" presented by Tim O'Donohue, M.S.'95

Friday, September 18 | Noon - 1:00 p.m. CDT
Participants will learn how to identify the keys to a successful relationship as one of both partners move forward in their career. O’Donohue will discuss common challenges that couples often encounter as well as well-intentioned strategies couples try to utilize that don’t end up working. To find a passionate balance with you partner and your career, successful contextual strategies as well as resources for participants will be shared.

About Tim O'Donohue: O’Donohue earned his Master’s degree in clinical psychology in 1995 from Benedictine University and has over 20 years of experience specializing in couples counseling, domestic violence, anger management and addiction.  O’Donohue is licensed in Illinois as a clinical professional counselor and domestic violence professional.

O’Donohue runs an emotional intelligence building program and is skilled in life planning and coaching. He has developed and led a D.C.F.S. approved parenting workshop and a state accredited partner abuse intervention program. O’Donohue is also the author of “Ten Steps to Better Living,” a guide to positive relationships for perpetrators of domestic violence. O’Donohue has also led training workshops for the Chicago Police Department, the Archdiocese of Chicago, and numerous other groups and agencies in the Chicago area on topics of domestic violence, substance abuse, and positive relationships. O’Donohue also has experience creating, implementing and managing after school programs for Chicago Public School children. Through this field of work he was recruited by the French-American Foundation to teach gang prevention and assist in the development of after school programs in Marseilles France.

O’Donohue also has numerous television appearances as a guest expert on addiction treatments. One of his television highlights includes an appearance with Dr. Drew Pinsky and on ABC 7's Fighting Words Program.

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