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INDONESIA
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling
ISSN : 27222357     EISSN : 27222365     DOI : https://doi.org/10.26486/ijagc
Core Subject : Education, Social,
IJAGC is a high-quality open access peer-reviewed research journal that is published by the Department of Guidance and Counseling, Mercu Buana University of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. IJAGC provides a platform that welcomes and acknowledges high quality empirical original research papers and literature review in the field of guidance and counseling written by researchers, academicians, professionals, and practitioners from all over the world. The Scopes of this journal are school guidance and counseling practice, guidance and counseling in all domain, guidance and counseling in all setting, mental health in society, human resource development, ethics or legal issues in counseling, multicultural in counseling and education, educational counseling and psychology, community counseling and social justice.
Articles 10 Documents
Multicultural Competence in Indonesian Counseling Students: Perspectives of Visiting American Counselor Educators Robinson, Mona; Savitsky, Devyn
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020): (Article In Press)
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This article provides an overview of multicultural competencies from a global perspective, specifically as it relates to counseling students in Indonesia. An overview will be given of the cultural interactions observed by counselor educators who were visiting professors at a university in Indonesia. While racial and ethnic diversity in countries such as Indonesia remain homogenous, cultural differences were noted with respect to the intersectionality of gender and disability.  The intersection of culture, gender, and disability present unique challenges for counselors trying to assist their clients. Thus, it is imperative that counseling students become culturally competent so they can assist their clients who come from varying backgrounds. Implications are given to counseling programs to increase their students’ multicultural competencies when working with global populations.  
Family Counseling as An Effort to Maintain the Harmony of A Husband Couple Which does not Have Children Harahap, Erlina; Pardede, Nurhasanah; Astusti, Ira Widi
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020): (Article In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (30.554 KB) | DOI: 10.26486/ijagc.v1i2.1292

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Every household must have a problem every marriage would want the birth of a child, because children can be trusted with a child's home life will be stronger and more harmonious. Therefore couples who are married try to have children because children are seen as important in the family. The value of children for family or parents in everyday life can be known, among others, from the fact that the child is a place where parents express love, children are a source of family happiness, children are often taken into consideration by a husband and wife to cancel the desire to divorce and also where parents depend various hopes. The purpose of this research is to describe psychological problems, life dynamics and the efforts made in maintaining family harmony without the presence of children. The research method uses a qualitative approach with a descriptive design while the research informants are taken by purposive sampling. The results of research on psychological problems found the fact the presence of a child is not the main factor of family harmony but there are still many other factors. Some of the efforts that a husband and wife can make in maintaining family integrity, the first is cooperation, the second is trying to please the couple, the third is adoption, the fourth is getting closer to religious activities. The benefits  the results of this study are as a basis for implementing family counseling in handling family problems, especially family problems that do not have children. 
Asertive Training As Character Education To Reduce Smoking Behavior Among Student In Industrial Revolution Era 4.0 Siregar, Dina Mariana
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Smoking is a form of delinquency at a moderate level, but can provide a tendency for adolescents to lead to more severe delinquency. According to the global youth tobacco survey (gyts) in 2014 the proportion of the age of first attempting to smoke in men aged 10-11 years was 26.7%, aged 12-13 years 43.4%, aged 14-15 years 7.3%. These data address the majority of men who smoke for the first time at the age of 12-13 years. The proportion of women who first tried smoking was 10-11 years old 18%, aged 12-13 years 4%, aged 14-15 years 21.5%. The occurrence of smoking behavior on the subject is caused by the process of modeling from the social environment, namely by seeing and observing the smoking behavior of his friends then the subject tries to imitate and follow the smoking behavior of his friends psychological intervention indeed to shape the character of students in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 which is able to reduce smoking behavior in students as a form of preventive measures. Assertive training aims to shape the personality of students so that they are better able to reject the invitation of friends or others to take actions that refer to smoking behavior. This training is expected to be able to change the mindset of students who tend to imitate and copy the behavior of their peers. Assertive training also affects the personality of students who are still lacking the courage to refuse politely and without harming others.
Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling Programs in Developing Student Talent Lestari, Lestari; Izzaty, Rita Eka
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020): (Article In Press)
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This article provides an overview of multicultural competencies from a global perspective, specifically as it relates to counseling students in Indonesia. An overview will be given of the cultural interactions observed by counselor educators who were visiting professors at a university in Indonesia. While racial and ethnic diversity in countries such as Indonesia remain homogenous, cultural differences were noted with respect to the intersectionality of gender and disability.  The intersection of culture, gender, and disability present unique challenges for counselors trying to assist their clients. Thus, it is imperative that counseling students become culturally competent so they can assist their clients who come from varying backgrounds. Implications are given to counseling programs to increase their students’ multicultural competencies when working with global populations.  
Relationship Between Students’ Self Confidence Attitude and Assertive Attitude Among Student of Grade XI at SMAN 2 Gorontalo Usman, Irvan; Djibran, Moh Rizki; Ahsan, Sukria
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020): (Article In Press)
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School is considered a place where the students are familiar with new attitudes in life. It is expected that they can recognize a new positive attitude, such as an assertive attitude. The aim of the research is investigating students’ self-confidence behavior with assertive at grade XI of SMAN 2 Gorontalo. The population of this research was 310 students, while its samples were 31 people determined by random sampling. Data are collected through a scale of self-confidence and an assertive attitude. The data were analyzed with regression analysis. Research findings showed that there is a significant correlation between students’ self-confidence and assertive attitude. Variation of students’ self-confidence is 44,19% for assertive attitude, while the remaining 55,81% is followed by other behaviors and attitudes that are not revealed in this research. This study concludes that there is a correlation between self-confidence and assertive behavior on grade XI students of SMA N 2 Gorontalo.  
Positive Affirmation In Education Of Youth Characters In The Millennal Era Amaliaa, Ulfa
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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The fundamental problem in the current 4.0 industrial revolution era is related to character education in adolescents in facing challenges and changes in a very rapid era. The high need to depend on the internet that is very high changes the pattern of social interaction in the real world switching through social media. The development of this era would not only have a negative impact but also bring positive change, but the mental readiness and strength of adolescent characters really need to be formed through positive affirmations which are actually very easy to do but are often ignored because they are lulled by pseudo exposure on social media. This article reviews the importance of habituation with positive affirmations which basically gives an influence on mind to hypnotize oneself through positive words or sentences so that if it is done regularly and continuously, it will be able to bring big changes to the teenagers mindset who tend to be irrational, to be rational. The transition will certainly provide positive energy to the character of adolescents, which is manifested by the ability to be wise in using technology in the present and the future.  
The Role Of School Conselors In Advocacy Services Hermawan, Rio; Pransiska, Roni
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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The main role of School Counselors in the Era of the Indonesian Revolution 4.0, is expected to formulate various types of counseling guidance services that are appropriate to the needs of students in this era. One type of school counselor services in providing services to students needed in this era is an advocacy service that refers to Permendikbud No. 111 (2014) although in this regulation we only get very limited information about advocacy, but it is expected that in its implementation, school counselors will be able to interpret and carry out advocacy at the micro and macro levels. Counselors should be able to: (1) empower students by helping them develop advocacy skills, (2) conduct relevant negotiation efforts to help students access resources, (3) build collaborative relationships with relevant community institutions to overcome various challenges, ( 4) implementing advocacy ideas at the system level, (5) communicating relevant information to the public, and (6) engaging in social / political advocacy activities. Advocacy services are counselor services in schools that are intended to assist students who experience non-educational, discriminatory, malpractice, violence, harassment, and criminal behavior. The function of counselor services in advocacy services, helps students gain learning about their rights and / or interests that are not getting much attention. Therefore, the role of counselors in advocacy services is very important in the process of counseling guidance services in schools. So the counselor must have the ability to guide students well. In order for counselors to be able to provide optimal guidance services to students, the counselor must be able to understand the characteristics of the counselee.
Instagram Social Media As Guidance And Counseling Media Based On Technology Noviyanti, Nur Irma
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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one of the most important counselor tasks to response industrial revolution 4.0 is guidance and counselingservice using new innovation, suchus social-media. Internet user Indonesia are 64,8 % from all citizen, with user duration using social-media 3-4 hours each day. Social media acess is the second priority after using communication needed. Instagram is the second social-media with high access by user after facebook. Instagram is one of social-media application to share text, image, or video.  This work is gained to analyse that instagram could be used by counselor as media to do guidance and counseling service based on technology.  There are many fiture such us image upload, video, caption, comment, hashtags, instagram story, instagram live, direct message and highlight could be used by counselor.
TRAUMA HEALING WITH PLAY THERAPY FOR STUDENT OF SMA N 16 PANDEGLANG BANTEN Handoyo, Alfiandy Warih; Afiati, Evi; Muhibah, Siti; Hakim, Ibrahim Al
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020): (Article In Press)
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A year pass after Tsunami Banten - Lampung disaster, there were some victims who still feeling trauma. This study aims to describe about the implementation of play therapy method for reduce students survivor of the Tsunami Sunda Strait disaster trauma. This research method is descriptive, that will describe about doing play therapy for trauma healing on trauma survivor. The results of the assessment showed that there are some students experience physical, emotional, and habitual disorders. Play therapy activities carried out in three stages:  initiation, outdoor activities, and indoor activities. The final results show that after participating in play therapy activities, students feel more comfortable and relax because they can pour out their fears. Students also begin to reduce anxiety and fear. 
Developing Asertive Media Based On Android Haryani, Haryani; Fitria, Erlin
International Journal of Applied Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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This work aimed to develop asertif based on android. Research setting are at Junior High School 3 Godean.  Media developed by combine any multimedia object, including text, images, audio, video, and interactive buttons. Content of media such as video to gain understanding about asertif behavior, 15 questions, and social media researcher information. Research method using research and development and alessi and trolip procedures.  Research procedure including (1) research plan, (2) design, including flowcart and story board development, (3) development, including media production using code program, alpha, revise, and beta tested. Percentage tested found that content tested 75% (worthy), media tested 81,5% (very worthy).  Student tested result 83,6% (very worthy).

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