Category Archives: Press

Tami returns to the Autism with Dr. Andy

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:

Dr. Andrew McCabe
Dr. Andrew McCabe

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.

Listen to the interview:

Heather Goldstein featured in Janesville Gazette

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.

To read the full story, visit the Gazettextra website (subscription required).

Those without a Gazette subscription can download a PDF version of the article.

Tami’s appearance on Autism With Dr. Andy

Tami appeared on the Autism With Dr. Andy show on HealthyLife.net on July 3, 2014.

About the show:

Dr. Andrew McCabe
Dr. Andrew McCabe

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.

Listen to the interview:

Tami interviewed on Janesville Community Radio

Tami recently appeared on the “We’re Too Smart To Live Like This” show on Janesville Community Radio and spoke with host and “Mental Toughness Catalyst” Dianne Young.

About the show

Diane is an Achiever who enjoys life and thrives on inspiring people to create a fulfilling lifestyle. She developed a passion for personal development after retiring from the Marine Corps and transitioning into “civilian life.”

Her show will make you stop and think about where you’re at in life, if that’s really where you want to be and how you can start creating the lifestyle of your choice – starting today.

Listen to the interview

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Tami named to DailyWorth.com’s list of Companies Who Care

Tami recently was one of six women entrepreneurs profiled by DailyWorth.com for their dedication to mixing capitalism with altruism.

DailyWorth is the leading digital media company for ambitious, professional women, and the premier platform for women on all things related to money, career and entrepreneurship.

From the article:

Many businesses have long included a desire to give back to their communities in their mission statements. But more business owners are now launching their companies with purely altruistic motives. In fact, the state of California recently established a new corporate entity called a benefit corporation, which is reserved for businesses that consider a public benefit, whether social or environmental, as one of its main goals.

Writer Nancy Mann Jackson profiles Tami’s story and asks a couple questions, including how Tami defines success in her field:

I have been fortunate enough to generate enough revenue that it allows me to continually provide support needed by families raising a child with autism, stay current with training and education and work out arrangements for some families unable to pay. I believe in paying it forward, and it seems every time I take on a family unable to pay, I get another client who can.

Read Tami’s profile on DailyWorth.

‘Coming Through The Fog’ receives bronze medal at international book awards

Readers Favorite Award CertificateTami was on-hand recently at the Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards Ceremony to receive a Bronze Medal in the non-fiction category for her book, “Coming Through The Fog.”

The ceremony was held on Saturday, November 23, 2013 in Miami, Florida. Nearly 300 authors and guests attended this year’s ceremony in Miami from as far away as Pakistan, Australia, Singapore, India, the UK and more.

Authors were recognized on stage and presented with physical award medals. Media was present taking pictures and interviewing authors.

Here are a few pictures from the ceremony:

Tag The Therapy Dog Featured on Dogster

Those who have been to the office already know how awesome he is, but now that he’s been profiled on Dogster.com, the whole world knows!

In “7 Dogs Who Do Big Jobs,” Tag gets his very own write-up (as told by Tami) and even is featured in the photo at the top of the page!

From the article:

Imagine having a dog lie down on the middle of your body to help calm you down and provide comfort. Depending on the size of the dog, this could be quite uncomfortable. But that isn’t the case with Tag, a five-pound Morkie belonging to Tami Goldstein of Janesville, Wisconsin.

Read Tag’s full profile on Dogster.

Tami’s Interview with Examiner.com

Tami was recently interviewed by Tracee Gleichner of Examiner.com regarding her writing style and the process she went through while writing “Coming Through The Fog.”

Here are a few select questions and answers:

On how she came up with the book title:

This is how we came up with the title of the book. Heather had a bad day at work and was telling me about it. She felt bad because of conversation amongst some co-workers and she said to me, “I wish I was still in a fog because then I wouldn’t know they were talking about me.” She felt like she was in a fog hence, Coming Through the Fog.

On what inspires her writing:

My daughter Heather inspired me to write. To see her overcome such obstacles, medically, educationally and socially in order to achieve functioning recovery, I had to share it with others.

Read the entire interview here.