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November 25, 1991 | Anne Michaud, Free-lance writer
So, you say your office has halved its staff, doubled your workload, and you're putting in more time than Michael Jackson's tape editors? Or you've been fired and looking for a job so long that you've cracked the numerical index code to the classified ads? Don't despair. Many are in the same position. Elnora Schmadel, a specialist in medical psychotherapy and pain management with an office in Santa Ana, is making a post-retirement specialty of counseling people hurt by the recession.
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July 9, 1997
Elnora Schmadel, 79, a psychologist who co-founded The Learning Center to aid children. Born in Evansville, Ind., Schmadel earned a bachelor's degree in psychology at Indiana University and a master's and doctorate at USC. She began her career as a school psychologist in Pico Rivera and went on to become the director of research and guidance for the San Gabriel School District. In 1965, she set up an individual practice in Santa Ana.
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NEWS
July 9, 1997
Elnora Schmadel, 79, a psychologist who co-founded The Learning Center to aid children. Born in Evansville, Ind., Schmadel earned a bachelor's degree in psychology at Indiana University and a master's and doctorate at USC. She began her career as a school psychologist in Pico Rivera and went on to become the director of research and guidance for the San Gabriel School District. In 1965, she set up an individual practice in Santa Ana.
BUSINESS
November 25, 1991 | Anne Michaud, Free-lance writer
So, you say your office has halved its staff, doubled your workload, and you're putting in more time than Michael Jackson's tape editors? Or you've been fired and looking for a job so long that you've cracked the numerical index code to the classified ads? Don't despair. Many are in the same position. Elnora Schmadel, a specialist in medical psychotherapy and pain management with an office in Santa Ana, is making a post-retirement specialty of counseling people hurt by the recession.
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