Nery Roman, a graduate student at the Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution (DCAR), Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) will host her book signing event, Sunday, April 26, 2015 at Orange County Library System, 101 East Central Blvd., Orlando, FL 32801 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
For more information, contact (305) 742-9491, email@example.com, or visit http://www.amazon.com/The-Inability-Other-Side-Reality/dp/1495802779 or http://acomplish2.wix.com/theothersidereality.
About her book: THE INABILITY TO SEE THE OTHER SIDE OF REALITY
From the author:
The book is dedicated to anyone who has gone through a traumatic event without proper guidance and support to heal from the trauma. It provides a graphic description of a real-life experience. It was written to create awareness on some aspects of psychopathy, including important signs to look for in child molesters, childhood risk factors, female psychopathy, androcentrism, psychological consequences, the social skills of child molesters, and the means of conflict resolution in order to deal with psychopaths. In order to connect with readers, this writer is using her personal experience to illustrate points related to psychopathy and child molesters.
I thank everyone who helped me write this book to create awareness on psychopathy. Available for anyone, this book is easy to understand. It is a mix of personal information and research. Book is in English/Spanish.
Autobiography of the Author:
I am an advocate for special need students. My experiences are a combination of leadership, communication, education, mediation and facilitation. Currently, Certified in the State of Texas as a Mediator/Arbitrator/Facilitator and Certified as a Family Mediation Consultant for the State of Florida. In addition, I am attending Nova Southeastern University, pursuing a Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis & Resolution. In the past, I have worked as an Autism Consultant for Parents assisting Autism Spectrum Disorder students in classroom activities, in diverse areas. Shortly, a second book will be published related to psychopathy. Work experiences include Director of Sales and Marketing, Management of Personnel, Customer Service, Sales, Advisor, Counselor, Human Resources Manager, Property Accounting Manager, Teacher, Autism Consultant and Writer. Additional skills include planning, coordinating, and implementing classroom structures to influence and enhance student’s learning and retention; while encouraging self-directed individual development. Furthermore, creator of a published book dedicated to Austin/Asperger students.
In addition, a bilingual blog has been designed to create consciousness in current student events and psychological research. The blog has watchers from US, Europe, Asia, Africa, Thailand, Central and South America.