Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2085-4447 / 2579-4337
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Kuncoro Lestari Anugrahwati, Anak Agung Ketut Sri Wiraswati
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 107-122; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss2.art4

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The adolescents in orphanage have different way of feeling loved by their parents’ figure. This divergent with adolescents in general might raise various problems for developing their identities. They get the stigmas from society as “orphan”, and it becomes hindrance in their development. Thus, to boost their own development, self-acceptance is one factor to be concerned. The purpose of this training is to help adolescents to achieve self-acceptance. This research is conducted with experimental method based on Bastaman’s factor of self-acceptance. Participants were given training related to self-insight, meaning of life, changing attitude, self-commitment, directed activities, and social support to increase the self-acceptance of adolescents in orphanage X. Conducted evaluations showed the significancy of 0,014 on t-test between pretest and post-test. This shows the impact of the training on adolescents in the orphanage to develop their self-acceptance for their well- being
Futyhat Nikmatul Millah, Qurotul Uyun, Rr. Indahria Sulistyarini
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 81-96; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss2.art2

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This research aims to observe the effectiveness of the devout prayer training to improve the happiness of the family caregiver of the patients with stroke. Eight caregivers of patients with stroke were involved in this research. The subject was divided into two groups: experimental group (n= 4) and control group (n = 4). The research design used was pretest-post test control group design measured by three times (pretest, post test, and follow-up within two weeks). The measurement tools used in this research was the scale of happiness by Seligman. The result of the research showed a significant improvement in the happiness score in the family caregiver of the patients with stroke after given the treatment in the form of the devout prayer training.
Joice Mailoa, Aulia Ramdani
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 65-80; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss2.art1

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Any changes in the system of an organization could be stressful. Having hardiness would be important to deal with a problem. This study aims to seek out the effectiveness of hardiness training in improving problemsolving. A quasi-experimental design with one group pretest-post test design was applied. There were sixteen employees of various organizational divisions enrolled in this study. Data were collected before and after the six-session of hardiness training using the Brief COPE scale and the Dispositional Resilience Scale (DRS-15) developed by Bertone. Results from the Wilcoxon signed-rank test showed that there was no significant difference in the attitude of the effectiveness of problem-solving among employees before and after training (p>0,05). However, there were differences in knowledge of understanding hardiness before and after training. (p=.002, p>0,05). It can be concluded that hardiness training could increase the knowledge about hardiness; but not the attitude toward problem-solving.
Anya Asbar, Maya Khairani, Marty Mawarpury
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 97-106; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss2.art3

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This study aims to determine the effect of the Empathic Caring Consultation (ECC) program on Professional Quality of Life (ProQOL) in psychologists. This study involved seven psychologists. The research sample was taken using purposive sampling method. The research method used was one group pretest-post test design. ProQOL is measured using the Professional Quality of Life Version V scale, while the implementation of ECC training refers to the concept of Prawitasari. Analysis using Wilcoxon signed-rank test with a significant value (p) = 0.340 (BO); 0.932 (STS); 0.496 (CS) (p> 0.05). The results of the study showed that there was no effect of the ECC program on ProQOL on psychologists. This is because there are several variations of the three ProQOL components before and after treatment.
Maulidia Ghassani, Ni’Matuzahroh Ni’Matuzahroh, Zainul Anwar
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 123-138; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss2.art5

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The research objective was to increase the career maturity of junior high school students through career planning training based on five stages of decision making CASVE Cycle (Communicating, Analyzing, Synthesis, Valuing, Exception). The research method was a quasi-experimental study with a one-group pretest-post test group design. The research subjects were 10 students who were taken by purposive sampling. The research instrument used a career maturity scale and data analysis used the Wilcoxon statistical test. The results showed that career planning training increased the career maturity of junior high school students.
Muhamad Aba Bahrun Mustofa, Tatik Mukhoyyaroh
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 139-152; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss2.art6

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This study aims to test the effectiveness of the multisensory method of early reading skills in children with mild mental retardation in grade VI at SLB (Special School) Bina Bangsa, Ngelom, Taman, Sidoarjo. The research method used in this research is the Single Subject Research (SSR) experimental method with the ABA design model. The subject in this study was a grade 6 student with mental retardation at Special School (SLB) Bina Bangsa, Ngelom, Taman, Sidoarjo. The data collection technique used in this study was an initial reading ability test. The data analysis technique in this research is descriptive statistical data analysis techniques with data analysis in conditions and between conditions. The results of this study indicate that the multisensory method is effective in improving early reading skills in mildly retarded children.
Ria Rizki Utami, Iswinarti Iswinarti, Djudiah Djudiah
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 13-26; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss1.art2

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Post-treatment for cancer patients have an impact on psychological discomfort, changes in lifestyle, fear and anxiety. One effect that often arises in breast cancer patients is a negative assessment of post-masectomy appearance such as breast removal. Development of body image problems related to low self acceptance in cancer patients. Interventions used to build a positive body image through acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) in breast cancer patients. The design of study used a pretest-post-test control group design and the subjects involved in this study were breast cancer patients who were undergoing treatment at the age range of 30-50 years and had low score on body image scale. The data analysis method uses non-parametric analysis (Wilcoxon and Mann Whitney test) with SPSS. The results showed that ACT had an influence on body image in breast cancer patients. That is, ACT is able to build a positive body image in breast cancer patients
Indahria Sulistyarini
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 1-12; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss1.art1

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Gratitude training is one of the Islamic intervention that is able to improve quality of life in hypertension patients. It applied quasy experimental design with pretest-posttest with control group design. Participants consist of 23 hypertension patients and at least diagnosed for 1 year. The result showed that gratitude training able to improved quality of life in hypertension patients. This indicated by increasing the score of quality of life in experiment group (MD = -18.833, p = 0.000 on pretest to posttest; MD = -28.417, p = 0.000 on pretest to follow up). MD’s negative value indicates that the mean score of the quality of life during posttest and follow up was higher than the mean score during pretest. It means gratitude training can be used to improve quality of life in hypertension patients. So it can also a companion to medical intervention.
Nurul Utami Safaruddin, Sitti Murdiana, Ahmad Ridfah
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 27-36; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss1.art3

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Low self-esteem is one of the problems that causes individual drugging. Expressive writing is one of the interventions that is able to influence self-esteem improvement on drug addicts. This research aimed to figure out the effectivity of expressive writing in improving self-esteem of drug addicts at rehabilitation of BNN Baddoka. It applied quasy experimental design, one-group pretest-postest design. The research subject were 8 drug addicts with low and medium self-esteem. Self-esteem scale was used as the research measurement adopted from Widyastuti (2002) with realibility of 0.992. The data were analyzed using Wilcoxon nonparametrical statistic test. The result reveals that expressive writing improved self-esteem of drug addicts at rehabilitation program of BNN Baddoka, the increase was seen from the significant difference between self-esteem score when pretest with posttest (W = 2, mean pretest = 11,625, mean posttest = 14,625, p = 0.026). Of the eight subjects, six of them experienced an increase in score, one subject decreased the score, and one subject did not change the score. Expressive writing can be used to improve self-esteem of drug addicts, so it can also be given in rehabilitation program
Nur Rahmat Laba, Erika Setyanti Kusumaputri
Jurnal Intervensi Psikologi (JIP), Volume 12, pp 51-64; https://doi.org/10.20885/intervensipsikologi.vol12.iss1.art5

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This study aims to determine the effectiveness of gratitude exercise using three good things techniques on happiness at work enhancement. Participants of this study were 15 employees aged 21-28 years divided into two groups: eight participants in the experimental group and seven participants in the control group. The design was a randomized two-group pretest-posttest. Collecting data used to happiness at work scale with Likert model prepared by the researcher. Data analysis methods used by using Mann Whitney U technique for differences of the gain score in the experimental group and control group data score. The result of gain score analysis showed t value = 8.500 and p-value of 0.021 (p
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