Seriously Emotionally Disturbed - Generally this term refers to children and adolescents with serious mental illness.
everely motionally isturbed: (formerly Socially/Emotionally Disturbed). Official state term for students with major psychological disorders meeting current federal/state definition.
Serious Emotional Disorder
Seriously Emotionally Disturbed. a disability; having a behavior problem which prevents learning and/or getting along with other people; the behavior must have continued for at least six months and be severe.
Severely Emotionally Disturbed
Severely emotionally disabled, in reference to a child.
Serious Emotional Disturbance. is a term used in various federal statutes in reference to children under the age of 18 with a diagnosable mental health problem that severely disrupts their ability to function socially, academically, and emotionally. 64
seriously emotionally disturbed. a child whose symptoms can include: inappropriate and sometimes excessive behaviors or feelings (ranging from hyperactivity and aggression to severe depression and withdrawal), depression or unhappiness, problems building relationships with peers or teachers, and a tendency to develop physical symptoms, pain, or fear associated with personal or school problems.