Kristin Robison is an author and lecturer who has practiced occupational therapy in clinical and school settings for over twenty years. She has a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Midwestern University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Washington. She developed and refined her unique approach through clinical expertise and real-world experiences to address the social and emotional needs of our youth, and to help adults see behavior in a different way so their responses will be more effective. She is a contributing author in Leading Schools with Social, Emotional, and Academic Development (SEAD), a resource book and developmental framework for educators and school districts. Her current book, The Secret to Happy, helps families uncover the meaning behind behavior, and provides practical strategies to help children navigate the many challenges faced at school and throughout their many worlds. Her clinical practice addresses nervous system concepts, including sensory processing and executive functioning to help manage the behavioral hurdles that make life challenging for many kids today. She currently practices and resides in Carson City, Nevada with her husband and two children.