Raising a Sensory Smart Child
The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with Sensory Processing Issues

The latest edition of the bestselling, award-winning book on sensory challenges has more information and solutions than ever, including:

  • Tips for challenges like brushing teeth, washing hair, and selective eating
  • Strategies for sensitivity to noise, textures, smells and more
  • Sensory activities for kids teens, adults, families and schools
  • How to support children, teens and adults with autism and sensory issues
  • Parenting solutions for behavior and learning issues
  • Ways to advocate for your child at school, empower your child in the world and more!

Available at your local bookstore and online.  

Book Cover

Sensory Processing Challenges
Effective Clinical Work with Kids & Teens

Lindsey Biel’s book for psychologists,therapists, teachers, parents and others available now. Visit Sensory Processing Challenges for more information.


Articles, Webinars, and Podcasts

Check here for free webcasts, podcasts, and articles on sensory overload, noise sensitivity, remote learning, sensory diet, writing skills, picky eating, sleep, and more. Featured in the New York Times, Parents magazine, The Atlantic, ADDitude, Voice of America, NPR, Fox Health, Autism Advocate, Forbes, Working Mother and elsewhere!

Featured articles:


Now Booking Speaking Engagements for 2023-2024:

  • Sensory Smart™ Strategies for Real-Life Challenges
  • Sensory Smart™ Strategies for School Success
  • Sensory Smart™ Sleep Strategies that Work
  • Building Graphomotor and Fine Motor Skills
  • Maximizing Vision and Visual Processing Skills
  • Managing Stress and Preventing Burnout
  • Trauma-Informed Strategies for Adoptive/Foster Families and Profesionals
  • Potty Training for Kids with Sensory Differences
  • Sensory Friendly Art Works! Fostering Creativity and Sensorimotor Skills
  • Sensory Smart™ Collaboration for School-Based Therapists

Please email lindsey@sensorysmarts.com to set up a time to discuss your training needs.

Lindsey has presented to parents, teachers, therapists and others in at conferences, workshops, schools, museums, and child development centers including the Yale Child Study Center, Bank Street College of Education, Guggenheim Museum, NYC Department of Education, Adapt Community Network, the Gateway School of Mumbai. Click here for a list of upcoming and previous speaking engagements…