Journal Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling

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Eko Susanto, Ade Hidayat
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 131-134; doi:10.30653/001.201822.45

Abstract:DEMANDS: COUNSELORS TO BE CREATIVE. Along with the development era of counselor, work demands become increasingly complex. Challenges will be constantly confronted by counselors as a result of the changes taking place. Changes in the work environment of counselors force them to be creative. Counselors should be able to find solutions, find new ways and adapt to changes that occur. So, on the process of education of potential counselors in Indonesia should also encourage the creativity of counselors in the realm of their scope of work. Such efforts need to be integrated with the counselor education curriculum. One of them is developing the SCAMPER Model to help candidate of counselors and professional counselors in Indonesia encourage their creativity.
Hegar Harini
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 197-204; doi:10.30653/001.201822.44

Abstract:LEADERSHIP AND TRUST ON THE ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT ON THE SCHOOL COUNSELORS OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL. The objective of this research is aimed at obtaining the information that related to the effects of leadership, trust and the organizational commitment, of the teacher of junior high school in Pasar Minggu District, South of Jakarta. The method used ia a survey by structured interview with a sample of 22 school counselors of junior high school in Pasar Minggu District, South of Jakarta. The data collected were processed by path analysis. The result proved that the trust was directly affected by leadership. There are direct effects of the leadership on organizational commitment and there are direct effects of the trust on organizational commitment. However, there is an indirect effect of leadership on organizational commitment through trust. The result can be concluded that two factors should be considered in the improvement of the organizational commitment.
Agrery Ayu Nadiarenita, Nur Hidayah
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 151-162; doi:10.30653/001.201822.28

Abstract:ANALYSIS OF EXPRESSION THEORY OF ADOLESCENT LOVE AS PREVENTION OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOR BY USING EXPRESSIVE SUPPRESSION STRATEGY. Love is a form of positive emotion expressed differently by each individual. As a positive emotion, love should be interpreted as an element of emotion in which there is mutual respect, trust and respect for each other in order to maintain the relationship of sexual attraction that cause feelings of pleasure. Expression of love is now interpreted as a negative emotion in which the urge of passions that play a big role in a relationship. Sexual impacts will affect teenagers when the relationship is sustained, including increased rates of pregnancy out of wedlock, dropping out of school, and increased HIV/AIDS transmission. Based on a survey conducted by several agencies stating that Indonesia is an emergency against teenage sexual behavior. Therefore, this study was conducted with the aim to find solutions to adolescent problems in order to prevent excessive love expression. Expressive suppression strategy as a response modulation strategy is expected to be a solution for teenagers. Use of this strategy by applying the stages in emotional regulation. The effectiveness of this technique to prevent excessive love expression needs to be proven in further research so that it can be used to assist school counselors in dealing with students.
Ratna Wulandari, Nur Hidayah
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 143-150; doi:10.30653/001.201822.27

Abstract:ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE REAPPRAISAL EMOTIONAL REGULATORY STRATEGIES TO REDUCE CYBERBULLYING BEHAVIOR. Cyberbullying is a behavior of intimidating, mocking, humiliating or disturbing others, either individually or in groups conducted in cyberspace such as social media such as facebook, instagram, twitter, BBM, and whatsapp. To be able to reduce the tendency of cyberbullying behavior can be done by way of emotional regulation using cognitive reappraisal strategy, because it is known that the emotional condition can affect individual behavior. Emotional regulation is a process in which individuals influence, control, and adapt their emotions, when they have them, and how they feel and express these emotions at the right level of intensity to achieve a goal. Emotion regulation strategy that can be used one of them is cognitive reappraisal emotional regulation strategy. The purpose of this theory is to examine the application of cognitive reappraisal emotional regulation strategy to decrease the tendency of cyberbullying behavior of students.
Sri Astutik
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 135-142; doi:10.30653/001.201822.42

Abstract:CONCEPTUAL COUNSELING: A PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW. Counseling is a process of giving help done by an expert (called counselor) to the individual who experienced a problem (called counselee) which leads to the overcoming problems facing him. Counseling serves as an effort to change, prevent or increase the potential of life. This literature study contains a description of the counselor's professional concepts in providing counseling services covering the meaning of counseling, counseling parameters, counseling and philosophy, counseling conditions and the effects of the professional counselor as well as the characteristics of a professional counselor which is seen based on the effectiveness of a helper.
John Ekow Laryea
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 163-172; doi:10.30653/001.201822.41

Abstract:The aims of the study was to investigate the influence of personality-traits and learning styles on academic performance of University of Cape Coast (UCC) distance learners, taking into consideration the moderating effects of academic self-discipline and academic self-confidence. The correlational research design was adopted. The sample was 805, made up of 10 centre coordinators, 763 level 200 Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) students and 32 course tutors. The stratified sampling procedure that makes use of the random number method of simple random sampling technique was used to select all the respondents. Questionnaire and interview-guide were the instruments used. The quantitative data was analysed using both descriptive and inferential statistics, while the qualitative data were analysed manually using the thematic approach. The study revealed that openness to experience traits that students demonstrate contributes more to their likelihood of obtaining high level academic performance. Also, students prefer using read/write and visual learning styles. Furthermore, students’ personality-traits and learning styles have significant influence on students’ academic performance. However, this influence becomes stronger indirectly through the moderating effect of students’ academic self-discipline and self-confidence.
Ahmad Rifqy Ash Shiddiqy
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 187-196; doi:10.30653/001.201822.35

Abstract:PROFILE OF STUDENTS CAREER MATURITY STAI SILIWANGI BANDUNG. This study is driven by the tendency of guidance and counseling services at universities, especially in STAI Siliwangi Bandung by students to establish their future career maturity, nevertheless, the services obtained do not meet their expectations. Considering career guidance for students, especially student career maturity is left alone, passes, and runs by itself. Then students will experience confusion and unpreparedness in facing the next career demands. Students are the final status as learners before entering the world of work and following career demands, so they need direction, career guidance to stimulate the development and stabilization of their career orientation optimally according to the level and characteristics typical of the progress as it goes through. The purpose of this research is the formation of the maturity profile of the student's career. This research uses the quantitative method. This research produces (1) Maturity picture of Student Career (2) The effectiveness of career counseling to strengthen the maturity of the student's career. The conclusion of the research is the maturity of the student's career is in mature category, there is no career guidance service to strengthen student career maturity in STAI Siliwangi Bandung, based on the results of research can be formulated a model of collaborative career guidance services to harden the maturity of STAI Siliwangi Bandung student career.
Deasy Yunika Khairun, Ibrahim Al Hakim
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 179-186; doi:10.30653/001.201822.36

Abstract:NEED ASSESSMENT ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS TO ACADEMIC ADVISOR SERVICES IN COLLEGE. The aim of this study is to assess the needs service of Academic Advisory provides guidance for students. Research also aim to found the barriers or obstacles encountered academic adviser in providing academic guidance services. This research use quantitative approach with questionare of Academic Advisory Service, interview the students and Academic Advisory Service, and documentary study. Sample in this research are students of Guidance and Counseling Study Program and lecture who have the task as Academic Advisory in Study Program of Guidance and Counseling. This research found that the Academic Advisory has giving all indicator service based on Statuta of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University and Standar Operational Procedur Academic Advisory Service. But, there are seceral obstacles or constraints faced by the Advisory Academic in the service of student guidance, such as time limitation od Advisory Academic, imbalance in the ratio between the number of Advisory Academid and discipline of students in following the schedule of academic guidance.
Mudaim Mudaim, Agus Wibowo
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 173-178; doi:10.30653/001.201822.20

Abstract:TALENT TRENDS IDENTIFICATION AND THE EFFECT ON LEARNING OUTCOMES OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING STUDENTS. The success of the learning process undertaken by individuals is not only determined by a single factor. Learning is a mental process, therefore identification of the influence of mental state is something very important. The mental aspect that allegedly influences individual learning outcomes is potential; talent. The purpose of this research is to identify student talent so that lecturers can do the learning process by taking into account individual differences, potentials and talents. This research was conducted at Muhammadiyah University of Metro. The population is all students of Guidance and Counseling University of Muhammadiyah Metro and the sample is determined by stratified random sampling. The research instrument uses talent test and student learning outcomes in the form of KHS. Analysis of correlational data using product moment. The results showed scholastic talent and student learning outcomes Guidance and Counseling University Muhammadiyah Metro is in the medium category. The contribution of scholastic talent to learning result or achievement index is 55,5%. and the correlation is 0.747 with sig.0.00.
Bakhrudin All Habsy
Indonesian Journal of Educational Counseling, Volume 2, pp 13-30; doi:10.30653/001.201821.25

Abstract:RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR COUNSELING: A PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW. Rational Emotive Behavior Counseling is a comprehensive, active-directive, philosophical and empirical counseling based on psychotherapy that focuses on solving problems of emotional and behavioral disorders, as well as delivering individuals to happier and fulfilling lives more lives. The foundation of the philosophy of Rational Emotive Behavior Counseling is phenomology, which implies that there is no problem within oneself, which causes one to be troubled is his or her own. Rational emotive behavior counseling is done by using a varied and systematic procedure that is specifically intended to alter behavior within the boundaries of objectives that counselors and counselees work on together. General Purpose Rational Emotive Behavior Counseling helps counselees to identify irrational belief systems and then modify them to become more rational. Rational Counseling Emotive Behavior is practiced around the world and has many counseling applications, over 50 years of existence, Rational Emotive Behavior Counseling has been successfully applied to individuals, groups, marriages, families and for a variety of issues.
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