Enhancing Students' Resilience: Comparing The Effect of Cognitive-Behavior And Strengths-Based Counseling
Kadek Suranata, Adi Atmoko, Nur Hidayah
Available Online August 2017.
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- resilience, school counseling, cognitive-behavioral counseling, strengths-based counseling
- This randomized control trial study was aimed to compare the effect of cognitive-behavioral counseling and strengths-based counseling models towards the resilience students. The 99 students participants of the study were assigned randomly into three different conditions as follows; 32 students in cognitive-behavioral counseling group; 33 students in the strengths-based counseling group; and 34 students as the waiting-list control. The data was gathered by using the 14 items of the psychological resilience scale. The data of the study was analyzed using RM-ANCOVA. The results of the study indicated that: (1) there are statistically significant of enhancing the resilience of both participants in cognitive-behavioral counseling and strengths-based counseling group, and (2) the resilience of the students in the cognitive-behavioral counseling group is significantly higher than students in the strengths-based counseling group or in the waiting-list control group. The conclusion is that the cognitive-behavioral counseling is more effective than the strengths-based counseling model
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TY - CONF AU - Kadek Suranata AU - Adi Atmoko AU - Nur Hidayah PY - 2017/08 DA - 2017/08 TI - Enhancing Students' Resilience: Comparing The Effect of Cognitive-Behavior And Strengths-Based Counseling BT - Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Innovative Research Across Disciplines (ICIRAD 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 102 EP - 108 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icirad-17.2017.20 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icirad-17.2017.20 ID - Suranata2017/08 ER -