Mother's Emotion Regulation Accompanying Children's School from Home
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This study aims to determine the description of emotional regulation in working mothers at BRSAMPK Handayani, East Jakarta in accompanying School From Home (SFH) children in the New Normal Era and to obtain the results of the influence of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) in efforts to improve emotional regulation of mothers who work at BRSAMPK Handayani, East Jakarta in assisting School From Home (SFH) children in the New Normal Era. The process of improving emotional regulation in this study uses Mindfulness-Based Stress reduction with the research method of designing multiple baseline cross subjects using ABAB design and true experimental design by taking the sample used for the experimental group (KE) and the control group (KK) taken at random from the sample population. In the assessment process in this case the researcher uses interviews, observations, psychological tests, and the ERQ (Emotional Regulation Questionnaire) scale. Based on the results obtained, Asymp. Sig. (2-tailed) is worth 0.005. This shows that there is an influence of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) in improving the emotional regulation of mothers who work at BRSAMPK Handayani, East Jakarta in accompanying School from Home children in the New Normal Era. This has been proven by using the non-parametric statistical test Wilcoxon test.
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