Psychology

Susan Melo

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LogoTitle: General Business Manager

Company: Andrew Shaul Psychology

Location: Toronto, ON, Canada

After working as an administrator for Madison MacArthur Executive Search, Susan Melo gained an opportunity to serve as the general business manager at Andrew Shaul Psychology, an association of registered psychologists, social workers, and psychotherapists that caters to a diverse client base. Ms. Melo joined the company in 2008 and has become a trusted and well-respected member of its staff. An expert in identifying problems, she is responsible for assisting 60 therapists, recruiting new therapists, training, developing new business aspects, handling bookkeeping and accounting, and performing human resource duties. Ms. Melo has 12 years of professional experience and attributes her success to her strong work ethic. She enjoys learning and contributing to the company’s reputation by staying organized and completing every task she is given. Ms. Melo intends to continue advancing professionally by obtaining an MBA and expanding her skill set.

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Jane Birdsell

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LogoTitle: Retired Psychologist, Author

Company: Self-employed

Location: Alberta, Canada

Desiring a well-rounded and fulfilling career, Jane Birdsell got involved in a field where she could truly help people develop and overcome challenges. She spent 30 years working in psychology and was known for her communication skills and ability to help people understand the idea of emotional intelligence and increase their self-esteem.

In her role, she educated people who sought personal and professional success. She would work with her clients in achieving their goals and empower them to strive for excellence. She now focuses her efforts on sharing her knowledge through public speaking and writing. Ms. Birdsell wrote and published “Emotional Enlightenment: Managing Feelings for Success” in 2012. The book delves into a deep discussion about emotions, self-awareness and self-confidence. It was a finalist for the Indie Excellence Book Awards in the relationship category for 2013. Ms. Birdsell’s inspiration for the book came from learning that what people want most is to be understood by the important people in their life. Read the rest of this entry »