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In recognition of the talent of our authors, we like to showcase a different author in our regular Self-Publishing Author Spotlight. This time around, we’re giving a nod to Tami A. Goldstein. author of Coming Through the Fog. Goldstein’s deeply personal work has garnered her recognition as finalist in the annual Readers’ Favorite Awards in two categories: Non-Fiction Biography and Non-Fiction Health and Medical. (The annual awards allow self-published authors to compete right alongside traditionally published authors for recognition of their work.) We expect even more great things in the future from this accomplished author.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Tami A. Goldstein became State and Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in 2005. In 2013, Tami became Certified in CranioSacral Therapy having received her training from The Upledger Institute. She has two offices with a focus on infants, children and teenagers on the Autism Spectrum and Sensory Processing Disorders. She lives in Wisconsin with Stan, her husband of 33 years. She has two children, one grandchild and continues to advocate for children and families. For more information about the Author go to http://www.Comingthroughthefog.com. A portion of the profits will be donated to the SPD Foundation. (The Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation expands knowledge, fosters awareness and promotes recognition of Sensory Processing Disorders.)
Tami’s daughter, Heather, was diagnosed a month shy of her 13th birthday with High-Functioning Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome. She watched her daughter spiral out of control medically and educationally until she found an occupational therapist who explained how Heather’s Sensory Processing Disorder impacted the Autism. Together, mother and daughter learned from this OT how a Sensory Diet, CranioSacral Therapy, and Bio-Medical Therapies can lead to Functioning Recovery. Tami navigated the public school environment and the medical community to get the right support for Heather, who succeeded in spite of the educational discrimination. Tami shares her recommendations for other parents as she tells the story of Heather’s Coming Through the Fog.
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