Effectiveness Of Counseling Of Cognitive Behavioral On Students' Resilience Abilities

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Iis Lathifah Nuryanto , Uman Suherman AS , Ahman , Yusi Riksa Yustiana


The research objective is to see the effectiveness of online and conventional-based cognitive behavioral counseling. This study used an experimental method with controlled trials. The study involved 150 high school students (SMA) in the city of Bandung. Students were divided into three groups, namely 50 students in the group that received internet counseling, 50 students in traditional counseling, and 50 students in the control class. A 15-item psychological scale and adolescent resilience development module were used to collect data. The data obtained were analyzed using repeated measurements of ANOVA. The results showed that students' resilience abilities increased significantly after attending online and conventional cognitive behavioral counseling, including in the follow-up test, the resilience ability of the control and the waiting list group was higher, there was no significant difference was found between internet-based and conventional counseling guidance. However, online-based counseling methods are considered more effective in the use of time and infrastructure. Results are discussed using the framework of online counseling methods to improve mental health and resilience of students.

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