An interview with “Coming Through The Fog” author Tami Goldstein is being featured in the “In The Spotlight” section of The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork’s website.
The NCBTMB is an independent, private, nonprofit organization founded in 1992. The mission of NCBTMB is to define and advance the highest standards in the massage therapy and bodywork profession. In support of this mission, NCBTMB serves the profession through Board Certification, Approved Providers, and Assigned Schools.
In the interview, Tami talks about a variety of topics, such as how she became interested in massage therapy, how massage therapy became her profession, her future goals, and more.
“Coming Through The Fog” author Tami Goldstein recently was interviewed on the “Journey For Truth With Tami Urbanek” show to talk about her and her daughter’s journey through dealing with autism and the effects of vaccines.
Join Tami Urbanek, medium and clairvoyant, as she takes us on a journey to find truth. What is truth? We often walk through the days not paying attention, unaware, unconcerned while events, trend, problems of major import need discussion, examination and sometimes action. Our polluted government, polluted air and food supply, polluted planet, modern-day slavery, hatred of those not like us ignorance of things that can hurt us and those we love are but a few examples. Yet when we choose to talk about these things, about what is true, we can then make empowered choices leading us to a state of balance. Join Tami on this Journey for Truth.
Coming Through The Fog author Tami Goldstein was featured in WKOW-TV story about immunizations and many parents’ decisions to opt-out.
A number of parents across the state of Wisconsin are still continuing to opt out of Immunization shots.
Public Health of Madison and Dane County found that 4.3 percent of Wisconsin students have been opted out of required shots this year. That number, however, has been stable for the first time in 10 years.
“That’s very encouraging to us because that means more kids are being immunized,” said Public Health Immunization Coordinator Diane McHugh.
But parents like Tami Goldstein still believe in their right to opt out if they question their safety.
“I want informed information on vaccines, I want safe vaccines,” said Goldstein. “If it’s my option to opt out of a vaccine, it’s my option.”
What I enjoy most about my current position is helping the children and their families. The first time a nonverbal child spoke during a session, I couldn’t help but cry tears of happiness along with the parents.
As a business owner, I love the flexibility and the creative part of establishing your practice. My office is a reflection of peace and simplicity that can easily transform to the sensory needs of my clients. It’s a privilege to work with these individuals every day. Some have a savant of intellect that’s astounding, while others are suffering mentally and physically in ways we can’t fully understand.
An interview with Wisconsin For Vaccine Choice founder Tami Goldstein, recently conducted by Christina Nitschmann of Savvy Central Radio, will air at 2 p.m. (Central time) on iHeartRadio and select AM/FM radio affiliates.
To access the show on iHeart Radio
The show will be available HERE beginning at 2 p.m. CST on Thursday, Feb. 18.
To hear the interview live on AM/FM radio
The interview will air at 2 p.m. CST on Thursday, Feb. 18 on the following Savvy Central Radio affiliates:
Tampa, FL: 102.1 FM and 1630 AM
Las Vegas, NV: 1520 AM and 107.1 FM
Lancaster, PA: 102.1 FM & 1640 AM
Macon, GA: 98.3 FM & 810 AM
Boulder, CO: 100.7 FM
Milwaukee WI: 104.1
Pittsburgh, PA 107.3
Long Beach, CA. 101.5 FM
These AM/FM stations can also be streamed online at AMFM247.
Tami was recently interviewed by Sara Troy, host of the “Their Story Matters” program on Self Discovery Radio about her experiences after her youngest child was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, High Functioning Autism.
From Self Discovery Radio:
Based on her own experience with Heather, her daughter, labeled with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder, and her extensive research into effective treatment regimens,Tami Goldstein’s compassionate tale of Heather’s progress to functioning recovery and independent living offers hope and practical advice to other parents of children similarly labeled.
Tami Goldstein was a featured guest on the Robert Scott Bell Show on Oct. 20, 2015, as the show broadcast live from the 2015 United States Health Freedom Congress St. Paul, Minnesota. During the interview Tami discussed the institutional educational discrimination against vaccine-injured children occurring through the nation.
Listen to the interview
Tami appears from the 2:00 mark through the 23:00 mark
About The Robert Bell Show:
Robert Scott Bell hosts the fastest two hours of healing information on radio, dealing with everyday health issues from the perspective of alternative/holistic health care. Robert Scott Bell tackles the tough issues and shows no fear when confronting government and corporate bullies who would stand in the way of health freedom.
You will be amazed by the amount of information about healing that is kept secret from you and what you can do to learn more about it!
Tami Goldstein recently appeared on episode 106 of the Discover Your Talent–Do What You Love podcast, entitled “Battling Autism: A Mom Takes on the Odds.” (35 minutes)
About the podcast
Discover your innate talents and how to use them to jump-start your life and career to the next level. Daily chats with individuals who share their real-world experiences on building a life of success, satisfaction and freedom.
Tami returned for a second appearance on the Autism With Dr. Andy show on HealthyLife.net on June 25, 2015. She first appeared on the program on July 3, 2014.
About the show:
Listen as Dr. Andy and his guests explore the world of alternative therapies that may be effective in assisting children on the autism spectrum.
Andy McCabe has his Psy.D. in Applied Psychology from Rutgers University and is a full time professor. He has presented stress management & self improvement programs for the United States Navy, hospitals, police organizations, educational institutions and major corporations.
Tami’s daughter, Heather Goldstein, the subject of her book, “Coming Through The Fog,” recently participated in Bring Your Legislator To Work Day. The event was covered by the Janesville Gazette, who featured Heather’s story on the front page of the Oct. 17, 2014 edition.
From the story:
Heather Goldstein has found her happy place, the spot in the universe where she functions best.
The location? Family Video, 1950 Center Ave., Janesville.
On Thursday, Goldstein had the chance to share her success and happiness with Rep. Deb Kolste, D-Janesville and Sen. Tim Cullen, D-Janesville, as part of the Wisconsin Board for People with Disabilities “Take Your Legislator to Work Day.”
The day highlights people with disabilities who have found success working in a community setting.
Goldstein describes herself as having “functional recovery from autism.”
“I’ll have autism for the rest of my life,” Goldstein said.