For a very affordable price, SEBDA membership brings the latest information and continuing support. It does this through its academic research journal, website and access to discount-priced resources and professional development events.
- SEBDA is multi-professional.
- SEBDA’s membership consists of professionals who work with, or for, children and young people experiencing social, emotional and mental health difficulties.
Our membership includes
- Teaching assistants and support staff
- Education officers
- Behaviour support workers
- Residential and other social workers
- Mental health workers
- Youth workers
Members work in a wide range of settings including mainstream schools across all phases, specialist settings, including PRUs and support bases, children’s centres, health care, social care, residential care and CAMHS.
Are you an education professional passionate about evidence that supports nurture, attachment and trauma informed practice? If so, the Attachment Aware Schools Research Conference is something that you may be interested in!
Early Childhood Education and Care for refugee families in the UK Following the release of the UNICEF UK and Refugee Education UK report, 'Out of sight, Out of mind: How two systems lock the youngest refugee and asylum-seeking children out of early education in...
Early evaluation of the children and young people’s mental health trailblazer programme This animation summarises the key findings. Starting in 2019, The Children and Young People’s Mental Health Trailblazer programme created mental health support teams to work...