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Development of Spiritual Mental After The Earthquake Tragedy Rahmawati Rahmawati; Andi Reni
Simposium Antar Bangsa Seminar dan Workshop
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This writing object is to recognize how the development of spiritual mental of earthquake disaster victims that recently experienced Indonesian people in certain location. This is important thing because the disaster they experienced, caused many things like loss, traumatic suffer for them psychologically. There are categories of disasters that considered bring psychological effect towards disaster victims, they are namely disaster, non-nature disaster, and social disaster. Although situational of psychological effect towards mental after the disaster occurred and bring suffer to their heart physically or mentally. The victims are obviously feeling emptiness as they lost their family, job, as well as home. Psychologists for religion conclude that, there are many mental which possessed by victims. Those things caused by inner suffer which experienced by victims are correlate with religiousness. Those victims who have strong conviction towards religion value tend to relieve faster and easier to handle their inner suffer. As distinct from those who are strong, the victim with less conviction are tend to express their disappointment excessively and have strong trauma. In this writing, qualitative method used as approach. Technique of collecting data in this writing is observing through media, writing, and interview. The data will be collected and analyzed in this writing. As the result, the development of spiritual mental towards disaster victims is increasing. This can be seen from some activities of society in connecting their soul to god. From rarely pray changed to spiritual habit, as well as behave well to others. The other factors that can develop their mental they are namely; togetherness, geographic factor, educational factor either formal or non-formal as well as local wisdom.
Improving Student Well-being in School Farah Aulia
International Conference of Mental Health, Neuroscience, and Cyber-psychology
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Schools have an important role in supporting student well-being as microsystems that affect student development, social contexts where students interact and influence each other with teachers, peers and staff as well as schools as a community. Student well-being is related to a number of important factors including academic achievement, physical and mental health, satisfying interpersonal relations and success at work. This article examines the role of schools in efforts to improve student well-being.A whole-school approach that involves all the components in a school is needed to support student well-being.
School institution services in human rights perspective Akmal; Atika Ulya A
International Conference on Education, Islamic Studies and Social Sciences Research
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the services of school institutions in the perspective of Human Rights. Factors that affect the service are: (1) creating leadership that performs basic tasks and functions (Tupoksi) with human rights or ASN (State Civil Apparatus) that is not working professionally (Abuse of Power) or lack of human resources, (2) negligence or omission, Violation by Ommision, and (3) incorrect institutional policy factors violating the regulation (Violation by commmision) of public services by school institutions. The research method used a quantitative approach. Location of State Senior High School of Padang with 16 principals and 400 educators and educational staff as population and 46 samples who become respondents. Data were collected through questionnaires that have been validated and processed through Path-Analysis techniques. The results of the study prove that all variables, namely two independent variables and one moderator variable studied showed significant relationship and influence on the dependent variable. Thus the hypothetical model that has been proven can be used as a model of the school institution service that has human rights perspective, can improve the performance of educators and education personnel on services provided by the school. The results of this study indicate that professional services, not neglect, and humane policies can be used as models of institutional services in the context of different school cultural values spatially, so have the reliability of the model. Besides, this model can also be used as a guideline for the implementation of basic tasks and functions of school institutions that have human rights in Indonesia.
The impact of coping strategies on parental death among young people Zulian Fikry
International Conference of Mental Health, Neuroscience, and Cyber-psychology
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Parental death has a diverse impact on children. Losing is a situation that brings challenges to person who had left behind. The death of parents obscures the figure of a parent who has an important meaning for the development of a child. The result of the loss of a parent figure in the family can cause a variety of negative impacts on the child who is left behind. This qualitative research aims to investigate the ability of stress coping strategies in dealing with the death of parents. Parental death causes a severe psychological burden because the source of love and guidance causes feelings of loneliness, despair, and fear. The feeling of stress has a negative impact on mental health if it is not overcome by a stress coping strategy. This research data was collected using in-depth interviews with teenager who lost their parents in the city of Yogyakarta Indonesia. The results of this study found that death did trigger stress that had never been felt before is the emergence of a deep sadness, anxiety about the fate of self and family in the future, changes in individual attitudes and characters, the emergence of insights about the process of maturity, trying to limit themselves from the relationship, feeling of being unable to economically supported, and a great longing for the figure of parents who died
Dynamics of Sexual Harassment on Social Media Virgin Suciyanti Maghfiroh1; Faqihul Muqoddam
International Conference of Mental Health, Neuroscience, and Cyber-psychology
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Sexual harassment is a currently netizen’s habit on social media. Almost all of their comments on social media contain words to abuse. This study was conducted with the aim of analyzing the forms of sexual harassment and identifying the factors of sexual harassment on social media. This study uses a qualitative method of narrative tradition with a focus on investigating sexual harassment that occurs on social media. Data collection methods are carried out by observing comments of netizens. The characteristics of the comments that chosen in this study are those written on Instagram and point to the element of sexual harassment. The results show that sexual harassment on social media is happen with; 1. directly (explicitly), 2. indirectly (implicitly) according to the meaning of the sentence. Then, the factors of sexual harassment on social media are; 1. netizens are looking for attention (as evidenced by accounts that are used only fake accounts), 2. photo content or account owner captions that lead netizens to harass. Suggestions based on this study are the need to develop psychoeducation for adolescents and families both as subjects and victims so as to avoid sexual harassment behavior.
Educational games in physical education to increase self-confidenceChildren with Special Needs in Padang Special School Perwari Tri Rafi Harma; Eddy Marheni; Eko Purnomo
International Conference of Mental Health, Neuroscience, and Cyber-psychology
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This research is based on the problem of trust in children with special needs. Learning development methods are not only in the classroom, can also be done outside the classroom. The purpose of this study is to provide solutions in solving problems of more effective learning planning systems in educational games in the field. This research was conducted on August 3 - September 28, 2018 at the Perwari Padang, Perwari. The focus of the research is on game modification learning that has been conducted at Padang Perwari school. This type of research is qualitative research with the observation method, the education educative game program, and documentation. The main object in this study is students with special needs in Padang Perwari. The results of research on good social interaction, the emergence of cooperation in completing a game, and the growth of confidence in interacting with friends in completing physical activities.
Increased Non-locomotor Motion Through Instructional Leadership Method in Retarded Students in Special Schools Perwari Padang Surohmat; Eko Purnomo; Eddy Marheni
International Conference of Mental Health, Neuroscience, and Cyber-psychology
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This study uses a qualitative method,with data collection methods using interviews and observations,The application of the researcher collects retarded children and then gives direction regarding the implementation of the correct heating movement which starts from head to foot. This research was conducted on July 20 - September 25 2018 at Padang Perwari Special School , West Sumatera.The informants in this study were teachers who taught at an extraordinary school in Padang Perwari which amounted to 3 people,with research subjects amounting to 30 mentally disabled students.In this research treatment,learning is done using the Instructional Leadership method.The researchers' preliminary findings indicate several problems regarding non-locomotor motion in mentally retarded children.Then the form of completion is given by using the Instructional Leadership method and the result is an increase and ease of student learning in carrying out non-locomotor movements.
Compassion Fatigue of Addiction Counselor: Qualitative Study at Rehabilitation Center in Jambi Siti Raudhoh; Ema Krisnawati
International Conference of Mental Health, Neuroscience, and Cyber-psychology
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Talking about addiction rehabilitation, addiction counselor became one of the most important roles. Addiction counselors work full time and have big responsibility. The burden and responsibility they got, might lead them to experience a fatigue which is called compassion fatigue. It is exactly dangerous to the performance, personal life, and psychological well-being of the counselors. This research used qualitative research method with thematic analysis approach that aimed to get the description of compassion fatigue of the addiction counselors. The participants of this research were 4 addiction counselors in Jambi. The data collection technique used in this research was in-depth interview. In thematic analysis, the process of coding could produce theme lists and then those themes can be identified at the manifest level. The results showed that there were three components described in compassion fatigue of addiction counselor: symptom, risk factors, and protective factors. The addiction counselor showed some compassion fatigue in order of cognitive, emotional, and behavior domain. Being apathy, as in cognitive domain, was the strongest symptom among the others. Addictive counselor were at risk to suffer from compassion fatigue due to their experience worked as counselor, their experience as an addict—since mostly addictive counselor was an addict once—work stress, maladaptive coping strategies, unhealthy relationship, and their personal problem. Despite of the risks they face, the addictive counselors could still manage them and perform well with regard to the protective factors: adaptive coping strategies, self-development activity, work-environment, support system, and optimism.
Modification of Snakes and Ladder Games as Psychosexual Learning Media for Mentally Retarded Saskia Putri Rahayu; Eddy Marheni; Eko Purnomo
International Conference of Mental Health, Neuroscience, and Cyber-psychology
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The research aims to form the mentality of retardation children. The hope is that through the modification of the game snake ladders, children will gain knowledge of sex, so that the risk of sexual violence and deviant behavior decreases. This study uses a qualitative approach with descriptive methods. This study used 5 informants, with research subjects of 18 mentally disabled students with 10 girls and 8 men. This research was conducted on 2 August - 29 September 2018 at Padang Perwari School, West Sumatra. The results show the lack of sex learning that teachers give to children, so that children usually do deviant behavior in public. Through the medium of this game, children come to understand the boundaries between men hang out with women and can keep themselves when there are foreigners who want to hold and abusing it. Looks very enthusiastic about the pictures in each game box.
Development of Social Emotional Learning Rozi Sastra Purna; Nurmina
International Conference of Mental Health, Neuroscience, and Cyber-psychology
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Social interactions that occur through the media make students' social interactions in the real world weakened. Students become less competent on social-emotionally, even this problem affects their academic performance. Moreover, social and emotional competence is quite important for students. Research shows that mastering of social-emotional competency is related to the better improvement of the school welfare and its performance. While failure to achieve competence in this field can lead to various personal, social, and academic difficulties. The aim of this article is viewing about Social Emotional Learning (SEL). Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is an approach that can be used by the teachers to improve the success of students in the school and their life.The usage of technology can be an alternative on approaching of social emotional Learning (SEL). The technology provides many conveniences, as well as a new way of transferring knowledge in the schools.Each innovation is created to provide positive benefits for human life, including in the teaching and learning process in the schools.Actually, many countries in the world have started developing SEL in their schools. However, there are still few countries who use technology media as the part of the SEL program.The technology that is developing at this time can be used as a learning medium to develop social emotional learning in the schools. Schools as the place for teaching and learning process must be able to utilize media technology as a teaching aid. Activities those are supported by a set of digital tools can guide them through a series of structured tasks which are designed to encourage the students' understanding of culture, the guide interaction, the problem solving and decision making about the social and emotional issues.The learning tools for SEL development can be in the form of digital stories and animations, as well as the discussions with the online instruction guides.

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