Education: Yvette Taylor Kanarick holds a Ph. D in Counseling Psychology. She is a Ph.D. candidate in a second doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. She holds a Masters degree in Business Administration, a post- graduate degree in Education and has also pursued a Masters degree in History. She holds certification in Florida Educational Leadership and certification training in the Malcolm Baldridge – Criteria for Performance Excellence. In addition to state certification in education and Educational leadership, the author has also been trained in Project Management, Total Quality Management, Lean Sigma, Six Sigma- Green Belt and Six Sigma – Black Belt for Business Administrators.
Experience: She is an educator with many years of experience, as a college instructor and has worked and taught at all levels in the public and private school system. Her varied portfolio as an educator includes teaching, curriculum design and development, academic and administrative leadership. She has experience as an examiner. She has been a CEO of Chayel Inc., a Florida not- for- profit organization, for the past several years. She ran a successful publishing company and is registered as a literary agent and publisher.
Accomplishments: The author has produced six historical volumes provide an in-depth, comprehensive analysis of New World history, Caribbean, Indigenous and Native American, World and European history that spans the Pre- Columbian era to the present, that have been reviewed and widely accepted internationally.
In addition to her educational works, she has also authored over ten inspirational and motivational titles. She has authored several books and training manuals on the dynamics of sexual relationships, intimate partner violence and abuse. She teaches, lectures, provides counseling and conducts workshops, seminars and training in areas of family and marriage, interpersonal and relationship skills, and abuse and violence in intimate relationships. She is a grant writer and provides business development and consulting, publishing and writing consulting services.
The author is also a poet with works published in several anthologies and was named Editor’s Choice in America at the Millennium: Best Poets and Poems of the Century (2002).
Prisons without walls
by Yvette Kanarick
Prisons Without Walls identifies the causes and reasons why people stay in an abusive relationship. The book introduces a novel, holistic, body, soul and spirit approach that will empower victims to break the cycle of abuse. Written from a survivor's perspective, this book reaches the heart and soul of the reader that is experiencing abuse and gives practical solutions for a way out of abuse.