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For over fifty years, our multi-professional Association (Charity Number 258730) has represented the 'behaviour', disaffection and mental health difficulties field at regional and national level, contributing to government consultations and to research initiatives.
SEBDA's membership consists of teachers, educational psychologists, education officers, social, care, youth and mental health professionals who work with or for children and young people said to have SEBD (or in DfES language 'BESD'), who are disaffected (with behavioural difficulties) or who have mental health difficulties.
SEBDA provides its growing number of members with up-to-date information, support and professional development through its magazine/newsletter, research journal, networking and web-site.
SEBDA provides accredited specialist training at master's and first degree level in partnership with the University of Leicester and stages well-received professional development events across Britain.