Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal

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Imroatul Hayyu Erfantinni, Roiyan One Febriyani, Dian Eka Aprilia Fitria Ningrum, Vannisa Aviana Melinda, Roiyan One Febriani
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 77-82; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i2.464

Abstract:The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of cognitive restructuring technique to reduce students’ truant behavior of Surabaya Pharmacy School. This study used experimental methods with Randomized Pretest-Posttest Control Group Design. The stage of the study was the preparation, the implementation, and the final stage. The subject of study was twelve students of Surabaya Pharmacy School from first, second, and third grades taken at random through the student truancy scale and divided into two groups, control and experiment group. The intervention is done by doing the counseling group with cognitive restructuring technique to reduce the student’s truancy behavior. The Data was analyzed using SPSS Paired Sampled T-Test. The analysis result showed that there was a significant difference before and after the intervention using cognitive restructuring in the experiment group. Therefore, the technique of cognitive restructuring is effective to reduce student's truancy at Surabaya Pharmacy School.
Wahyu Kusumaningtyas, Ikhwan Aziz Q, Nur Laili, Sri Hartati
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 66-76; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i2.391

Abstract:This study was conducted to determine the significance Gestalt-Prophetic on improving parent awareness on parenting method for early childhood with gadget addiction case. This quasi-experimental study was carried out by involving two groups of parents (N = 74) which divided into two groups, control (N = 38) and experiment (N = 36) group. This study uses the scale of parenting behavior (α = 0.525) referring to the theory proposed by Baumrind (2005). T-test was used to determine the significant differences between both control and experiment group. The control and experiment group have significant differences after receiving treatment and the increase of mean showed that G-Pro is effective to improve parent awareness on parenting method for early childhood with gadget addiction case. The both educational (t = -2.20, p = < 0.05) and vocational (t = 2.50, p = < 0.05) background showed difference mean and standard deviation. The mean between control and experiment group based on educational background showed the highest difference is senior high school and the lowest is elementary school. Then, mean based on the occupational background the highest difference is entrepreneur and the lowest is teacher.
Iyum Tsamratul Ainil Awaliyah, Agus Taufiq, Anne Hafina
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 56-65; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i2.397

Abstract:The school students still show aggressive behavior such as shouting, swearing and glaring when offended, mocking, kicking and fighting, all of these are because of the uncontrolled anger. The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of sociodrama within psychoeducational group to improve anger management skills for class XI students of State Madrasah Aliyah 3 Majalengka. A quasi-experimental method with 30 participants of class XI State Madrasah Aliyah 3 Majalengka were administered. The random sampling technique was used in this study. The results of 40 items test for anger management skills scale obtained 30 items are valid (α = 0.90). Data analysis to determine the effectiveness of the sociodrama to improve anger management skills through Wilcoxon test. The results showed the skills to manage anger of students generally in the medium category, it means that students already have the skills to manage anger but it is not yet been consistent, therefore, sometimes students showed aggressive behavior and sociodrama technique within psychoeducational group is effective to improve students anger management skills.
Aprezo Pardodi Maba, Andika Ari Saputra
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 40-48; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i2.434

Abstract:This study was investigating the impact of social anxiety and loneliness toward intention to seek counseling, and loneliness as mediator in the relation of social anxiety towards intention to seek counseling. The participants were selected with cluster random sampling technique. Five hundred and two students from several regions in Indonesia were involved after confirm the participant consent and complete the online instruments of brief scale of loneliness for adolescents (α = 0.709), social anxiety (α = 0.780), and intention to seek counseling (α = 0.746). The analysis data technique was used path analysis with mediation variable. The results of this study showed that, separately social anxiety and loneliness affected the intention to seek counseling, social anxiety affected loneliness, social anxiety with loneliness affected the intention to seek counseling, and the direct effect of social anxiety toward intention to seek counseling is higher than through loneliness as mediator variable.
Rikas Saputra, Yenni Lidyawati
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 49-55; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i2.420

Abstract:The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of self-instruction technique in group counseling to reduce academic procrastination behavior. Purposive sampling technique was administered followed then by random assignment to determine the participants. The scale which is used 44 items from the Procrastination Assessment Scale for Students (PASS) that had previously been adapted and tested for the validity and reliability with Cronbach alpha 0.91. From the data, the score of academic procrastination behavior was obtained. Then it was categorized into three categories high, moderate, and low academic procrastination. The pre-test posttest control group design was applied to 14 students. Based on the independent t-test result, after being treated with self-instruction technique in group counseling, there were differences in the pretest mean of 84.00 and the posttest mean of 69.28. These results indicate a decrease in academic procrastination approximately 14.71, meaning that academic procrastination through the self-instruction technique decreased by 17.51%. Thus, this research shows that group counseling self-instruction technique effectively reduces academic procrastination behavior.
Yessinta Wahyu Trijayanti, Juntika Nurihsan, Anne Hafina
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 1-10; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i1.302

Abstract:Adolescent is defined as a period of transitional development from childhood to adulthood. This transition also requires adolescents to make some adjustment. Those who cannot adjust themselves to the transition may induce guilt in them. Guilt is an emotion that follows after a negative behavior. Gestalt counseling with empty chair technique can help counselees finish their "unfinished business", and one of the unfinished businesses is guilt. The research aims to test the effectiveness of Gestalt counseling with empty chair technique to reduce guilt among adolescents at risk. It adopted the quantitative approach with single subject research method. The sample was taken with a purposive sampling technique. The population included 16 adolescents at Yayasan Rumah Tumbuh Harapan in Bandung in 2018, with three adolescents with a high level of guilt as samples. Data were taken using Guilt Instrument. The research employed the A-B design. The results show a significant reduction of guilt based on the mean score in the baseline test and the mean score after the intervention. The mean baseline score of counselee ES was 67.01, and after the intervention, the score fell to 50.19; the mean baseline score of counselee FLO was 85.79 and went down to 76.72 after the intervention, and the mean baseline score of counselee PK was 77.64 and decreased to 63.91 after the intervention. Thus, it can be concluded that Gestalt counseling with empty chair technique is in general effective to reduce guilt.
Lenny Wahyuningsih, M. Solehuddin, Tina Hayati Dahlan
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 18-25; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i1.301

Abstract:This study aims to find out about the collaborative reasoning technique to develop students' Moral Comprehension in class X of State High School 1 Gegesik. The research approach used was the quasi-experimental method and non-equivalent control group research design. Research instruments using the Defining Issue Test (Rest's DIT-1). The results of the research are: (1) the Moral Comprehension of students is generally in stage 4; (2) the results of the dissemination of DIT-1 instruments; and (3) guidance and counseling programs with collaborative reasoning proven effective in developing students' Moral Comprehension with changes in the stages of Moral Comprehension of students. Success criteria due to more than 50% of students are in steps 4, 5 and 6.
Evi Kartika Chandra, Mungin Eddy Wibowo, Sunawan Sunawan
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 11-17; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i1.305

Abstract:The lack of method in improve student self-confidence was the background of this study. The researchers was investigating the effect of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy group counseling with self-instruction and cognitive restructuring techniques to improve students' self-confidence. The research method used was pretest and posttest design quasi-experiment, test design repeated measure ANOVA by involving 16 students as sample who were selected by random sampling from 75 students. The results showed that cognitive restructuring and self-instruction technique is effective to improve the self-confidence. After comparing the the result of both techniques, self-instruction was higher than cognitive restructuring technique to improve students' self-confidence.
Arizona Arizona, Nurlela Nurlela, Zhila Jannati
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 33-39; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i1.310

Abstract:The purpose of this study is determine the effectiveness of group counseling model with relaxation technique assisted by instrumental music to reduce students' anxiety on facing exam. This type of research is quantitative research with quasi-experimental research design, using the initial test design (pretest) and the final treatment (posttest). This research involved PGRI junior high school 1 Palembang students. The steps taken are: 1) preparation of the experimental group, 2) giving the pretest in the experimental group 3) giving treatment or treatment to the experimental group 4) giving posttest in the experimental group, 5) the final effectiveness of group counseling with relaxation techniques assisted by instrumental music to reduce the anxiety of students when facing exam. The analysis was carried out using the Wilcoxon test. Based on the results of the field test, the level of students' anxiety faces the test has decreased after participating in group counseling activities with relaxation techniques. The Wilcoxon test results obtained Asymp.sig. (2-tailed) of 0.008 with 5% significance (
Paramita Nuraini, Tawil Tawil, Subiyanto Subiyanto
Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, Volume 2, pp 26-32; doi:10.25217/igcj.v2i1.242

Abstract:This study was based on the low career aspirations of the students' at senior high school of Muhammadiyah 1 Magelang, Indonesia and the lack of Islamic approach to improving career aspirations. Many students who did not have a career goal after graduating from high school. Otherwise, guidance and Counseling Teachers still use conventional career information services. The aim of this study is to determine the effectiveness of information services based on Islamic approach in improving career aspirations of students at Senior High School of Muhammadiyah 1 Magelang. The type of this research was quasi-experiment research with pretest design and posttest group design. The student population of the tenth class was 240 students, and the sample (purposive sampling) was 30 students. Data collecting tool in this research was the career aspirations of the student. The result of this research showed there was an improvement of the career aspirations of the student after receiving a career information service based on Islam intervention. This result indicated that career information service based on Islam is effective in improving student career aspirations.