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Portrait of mental health literacy in schools: Knowledge exploration of counseling teachers Ratri Pratiwi; Ainurizan Ridho Rahmatulloh; Rahimatussalisa Rahimatussalisa; Maryama Nihayah
KONSELI: Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling (E-Journal) Vol 9, No 1 (2022): KONSELI : Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling (E-journal)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Raden Intan Lampung

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Mental health has an important implication for every teenager's life aspect, such as an ability to take action in education, friendship, family relation, and how they will go through their next life journey. School is an ideal place to help teenagers develop their mental health conditions, and the teacher is an essential factor as the service provider. This study aims to explore the mental health knowledge of counseling teachers to help students achieve a well-being condition. The research design and analysis techniques were a qualitative survey by distributing open questionnaires online to counseling teachers in junior and senior high school. The result of the research showed that the knowledge of participants about mental health in the school was less comprehensive. Most of the responses explained the emotional aspect (35%), whereas other aspects of knowledge (cognitive, habits, self-control, and social) are lower. Besides, knowledge about mental health in the school showed 26% of participant responses related to knowledge from the health aspect, whereas knowledge from being and loving aspect was lower. Another finding of this research was that most (57%) cases often handled by the participant are teenage naughtiness cases such as bullying, smoking, and stealing. Recommendations from this research are we need psychoeducation training and mental health for counseling teachers in the school.
Validation of Cognitive-based Mindfulness Program to Reduce Suicidal Ideation in Individuals with Depression Ainurizan Ridho Rahmatulloh; Sofia Retnowati
Gadjah Mada Journal of Professional Psychology (GamaJPP) Vol 7, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Suicide is a global epidemic phenomenon that is the third most common cause of death in the world. However, not many studies have focused on developing an intervention that specifically targets symptoms of suicidal ideation. Suicidal ideation is seen as part of a depressed condition. The purpose of this study was to validate a cognitive-based mindfulness program to reduce suicidal ideation in people with depression. The study was conducted through internal validity tests using expert judgment and external validity tests using the small-n AB design method, which involved three participants (n = 3). The visual inspection analysis was performed on the mean, trend, and level. Analysis of repeated measurements showed adecrease in suicidal ideation in all participants. This program has the potential to be developed as a companion to conventional interventions and can be an alternate activity to fill the waiting time for individuals to get the main intervention
Loneliness in Millenial Generation Aditya Febriani Kustanti; Anwar Anwar; Ainurizan Ridho Rahmatulloh
Insight: Jurnal Ilmiah Psikologi Vol 24, No 2: August 2022
Publisher : Universitas Mercu Buana Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26486/psikologi.v24i2.2641


Loneliness is a condition where there is a difference between the relationship that an individual has with the relationship that the individual expects, both in the quality and quantity. This study aimed to determine the overview of loneliness in the Indonesian millennial generation. Research on loneliness is important due to the large impact and the large population of millennials in Indonesia.This study was conducted on 168 individuals who belong to the millennial generation. Millennials are individual who born in the period of 1982-1999. The research method used is questionnaire research, where the questionnaires are distributed online. The questionnaire used is a loneliness scale which was compiled by the researcher himself with reference to Weiss (1972) theory. The approach used in this study is quantitative, and the analysis used is descriptive analysis. The results of this study showed that the level of loneliness in millennial generation was in the moderate category, the type of loneliness in the unclassified category. This study also shows that gender provide a more diverse overview of the level and type of loneliness in millennials.
Effectiveness of Psychological First Aid School (PFA-S) synchronous learning on teacher self-efficacy Rahmatulloh, Ainurizan Ridho; Pratiwi, Ratri; Rahimmatussalisa, Rahimmatussalisa
International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education Vol 5, No 2 (2021): International Journal of Research in Counseling and Education
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Padang

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The education related to the ability in providing social support through PFA is still rarely applied and limited. PFA can provide social support that is needed by the individuals while dealing with the initial stressful situations so they will not experience psychological disorders. In its development, PFA can be applied to a wider context such as in school. Teachers are important figures in providing assistance and giving services to students who have experienced traumatic events. This study is aimed to see the effectiveness of PFA training through synchronous learning on teacher self-efficacy and knowledge. The research method used is one group pre-post design experiment and performed online using Zoom Video Conference. The subjects in this study were middle and high school teachers totaling 37 people (N=37). The data analysis method used is the Wilcoxon matched-paired signed test. The result of this study shows that the subjects experience an increase in self-efficacy after attending PFA training at school. Meanwhile, the level of PFA knowledge in schools for teachers do not increase. PFA online training offers easy access for many people and learning flexibility.