Behavioral Counselors - NGN Learning

Pediatric Behavioral Health Practitioners

Therapy Based on Social, Emotional, Ethical, and Logical Learning Skills


Disclaimer: Our products and services are not meant to replace mental health-related therapies. Our program focuses on social, emotional, and cognitive development.

My Pediatric Patients/Clients' Needs Are..

  • Expressing Their Feelings
  • Improving Self-Esteem, Self-Worth, and Self-Confidence
  • Learning Social Skills
  • Managing Their Feelings
  • Organizing and Goal Setting Skills
  • Improving Their Behaviors

Perfect Solutions for Children Between the Ages of 5 and 15

Boost Your Child's Social, Emotional, Ethical, and Logical (SEEL) With NGN'S Program

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NGN SEEL Curriculum Outline

Emotions and Identity Module
  • Self Awareness
  • Self Management
  • Positive Childhood
Community Belonging Module
  • Social Awareness
  • Social Communication
  • Relationship Skills
Responsible, Ethical, & Logical Decision
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Problem-Solving
  • Responsible Decision Taking

NGN SEEL Applications


Children's Hospital


Pediatric Center


Child's Psychologist


Children's Mental Health Center


Special Needs Institutes


Home School

360-Degree Assessments On Your Patients'/Clients' Social, Emotional, and Logical Intelligence

NGN SEEL assessments enable psychologists/doctors/therapists to monitor the progress of their patients/clients across nine domains of SEEL to intervene promptly. With accurate and periodic assessment data, we guide effective interventions. Measure your patients'/clients'SEEL skills in alignment with the nine competencies.


Use Our Software, Curriculum and Services


Live face-to-face Therapy


Group Sessions


Online Therapy

What is Social Impact (SI) - Based Curriculum?

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Our Curriculum aims to kindle the latent potential of every child to bring positive and sustainable social changes in...

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Frequently asked questions

SEEL means, social, emotional, ethical, and logical learning.
Social, Emotional, Ethical, and Logical Learning (SEEL) is a framework for fostering the holistic development of social, emotional, and logical skills in children, adolescents, and communities. Having SEEL skills makes a person empathetic, resilient, socially astute, emotionally intelligent, and an ethical and logical thinker.
  • Social skills allow people to understand their various bonds and boundaries with others, such as family, friends, and society.
  • Emotional skills development allows a person to understand the feelings of others and themselves.
  • Ethical decision-making allows a person to gain a greater understanding of their values and morals during the decision-making process.
  • Logical thinking is the process of analyzing a situation to come up with solutions that are rational and sensible.
NGN SEEL is designed with children ages 5 to 15 in mind. Our age-appropriate curriculum can be blended easily into pediatric behavioral therapies. Using NGNSEEL, children's behavioral specialists can supplement therapy sessions with 21st-century skills or implement a multidisciplinary and holistic curriculum.
Yes. To use our license curriculum, you must complete a mandatory 40-hour training course. Then, NGNSoft, USA, will certify you/your organization.
No. Your patients/clients learn social and emotional skills through NGN SEEL in a fun and accessible way. We offer worksheets, stories, and project-based learning activities. By engaging in these activities, students can learn more about our curriculum.
NGN 360 SEEL Assessment is a screening process for a child that evaluates an individual's ability and skills in the areas of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and ethical decision-making. The purpose of NGN SEEL descriptive screening is to gain a deeper understanding of an individual's strengths and areas for growth in the social and emotional domain, which can inform interventions, support, and programming to help them develop these skills.