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Era Baru Kesehatan Mental Indonesia: sebuah Kisah dari Desa Siaga Sehat Jiwa (DSSJ)

Jurnal Psikologi Vol 40, No 2 (2013)
Publisher : Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Due to the large number of people with mental illness in Indonesia, traditional treatment to individuals with mental disorder becomes less effective. Community-based mental health treatment becomes a more effective and efficient choice in handling the disorder. Desa Siaga Sehat Jiwa (DSSJ, Mental Health Awareness Village) has comes as a form of community-based mental health treatment. One of villages in Yogyakarta where the program has been being implemented is in Selomartani village, Kalasan Sub-district, Sleman Regency. This study aimed to look at the process of formation, implementation and obstacles of the program in this village, and to provide advice or suggestions for its improvement. This study used a qualitative approach with narrative method. Data were retrieved through interviews and focus group discussions. Participants involved in the study were 19 cadres of the program. Results obtained from the study indicated that cadres have ability in understanding clearly the system and their roles in the program and they know the consequences of being a cadre of DSSJ. The new finding obtained during the research process was the emergence of "compassion fatigue” or “secondary traumatic stress", a traumatic disorder suffered by the cadre while handling patients. Keywords: community-based mental health, compassion fatigue, Mental Health Awareness Village

Era Baru Kesehatan Mental Indonesia: sebuah Kisah dari Desa Siaga Sehat Jiwa (DSSJ)

Jurnal Psikologi Vol 40, No 2 (2013)
Publisher : Faculty of Psychology Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Due to the large number of people with mental illness in Indonesia, traditional treatment to individuals with mental disorder becomes less effective. Community-based mental health treatment becomes a more effective and efficient choice in handling the disorder. Desa Siaga Sehat Jiwa (DSSJ, Mental Health Awareness Village) has comes as a form of community-based mental health treatment. One of villages in Yogyakarta where the program has been being implemented is in Selomartani village, Kalasan Sub-district, Sleman Regency. This study aimed to look at the process of formation, implementation and obstacles of the program in this village, and to provide advice or suggestions for its improvement. This study used a qualitative approach with narrative method. Data were retrieved through interviews and focus group discussions. Participants involved in the study were 19 cadres of the program. Results obtained from the study indicated that cadres have ability in understanding clearly the system and their roles in the program and they know the consequences of being a cadre of DSSJ. The new finding obtained during the research process was the emergence of "compassion fatigue” or “secondary traumatic stress", a traumatic disorder suffered by the cadre while handling patients. Keywords: community-based mental health, compassion fatigue, Mental Health Awareness Village

Validasi Modul Pelatihan Pendampingan Klien pada Pekerja Sosial

Gadjah Mada Journal of Professional Psychology (GamaJPP) Vol 3, No 2 (2017)
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Purpose of this research is to validated the module Client Facilitating Training to increase social worker knowledge about stress  and skill for facilitating client. Training included psychoeducation about stress and management stress, basic of client facilitating method and communication skill in facilitating process. Subjects of this research are 12 social worker and divided to experiment and control group. This research using quasi experiment with non control group design with pretest and post test sample. Data collected by management stres questionnaire, facilitating scale and field data collected by observer and supervisor. Results indicated that there is a significant differences between experiment and control groups in stress and management stress (Z=-3,017; p<0,05) with large effect size of 0,87 and Facilitatting skill (Z= -1,354; p<0,05) with large effect size of 0,84. Client Facilitating Training is valid to improve social worker knowledge stress  and management stress  and facilitating skill.