Group play therapy for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder in child victim of tsunami in Banten province

Yusi Riksa Yustiana, Dodi Suryana

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This study was motivated by the failure of coping and adaptation to traumatic experiences that cause a wide and deep snowball effect, long-term, and may not be irreversible, even in its extreme form will result in  social deprivation, if ignored affects proximal and distal development such as personality, perception, self representation, cognitive regulation, social skills, self-concept, self-esteem and impulse control. The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of the implementation of group play therapy in dealing with PTSD victims of the tsunami disaster. The study uses convergent parallel mixed methods to find out which data are statistically significant and practical significance. The study participants were guidance and counseling teachers as many as 30 people and 25 students who carried out non-random sampling. The results based on t-test result value calculation μ2 = 0.003 for the value of μ1> 0.05 then Ho is not accepted, as such traumatic counseling through techniques group play therapy reduces the impact of posttraumatic stress disorder victims of the tsunami disaster in Banten Province. In addition, techniques group play therapy to deal with post-traumatic stress disorder tsunami victims in Banten Province, based on empirical test results on the PTSD dimension showed that Ho was not accepted on the dimensions of IM1, IM4, IM5, and IM6, but the results of empirical tests on the dimensions of PTSD showed that Ho is accepted in the IM2 and IM3 dimensions. Conclusion The effectiveness of techniques group play therapy to deal with PTSD victims of the Tsunami disaster in Banten Province, most of the high differences are in the IM1 dimension, and the smallest difference in the lowest is in the IM3 dimension. Judging from the difference in the average ranking of PTSD handling spreads in six dimensions with the order IM1, IM4, IM6, IM5, IM2, and IM3.

 

post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and group play therapy


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post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and group play therapy

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