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Guests who would simply like to keep occasionally informed of the latest Protective Behaviours developments may choose to sign up to our newsletter. To subscribe enter your contact details address into the form found at the foot of every page.

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Logging on identifies you to the site, allowing you to add new Forum posts or reply to existing ones.

Registration with the Forum will also add your details to the Newsletter mailing list

Join Protective Behaviours Association

If you are a Trainer, or have received Protective Behaviours training yourself, you may like to consider joining the Protective Behaviours Association. The idea for establishing a formal Association was based on a desire to preserve the integrity and authenticity of the process initially introduced in the 1970s in Wisconsin, USA and then developed further by Donna Fortin and Di Margetts (further information).

To apply for membership, use the same registration link as for the PBPeople Forum, but also select 'Yes' at the 'Apply for PBA membership?' question - if you had registered previously, log in and edit your profile accordingly.