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Asian Social Work Journal
ISSN : 01281577     EISSN : 01281577     DOI : -
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The Flourishing of Female-Student Flood Survivors: An Overview of Women's Positive Growth Isnaini, Etti; Urbayatun, Siti
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 5 No 1 (2020)
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This study aimed to examine the dynamics and factors that influence flourishing in female flood survivors. flourishing is defined as a condition in which life a person experiences happiness and meaningfulness. The research used a qualitative method by in-depth interviews. The subjects were seven female flood survivors who had moderate to high levels of flourishing. The data were analyzed using the thematic analysis by coding the obtained descriptive data. The credibility of the data was confirmed by a significant other as a reliable source that has a thorough understanding of the subject’s life. The results showed that survivors perceived that they flourished because they had a strong motivation to achieve their desired goals. A positive relationship with friends, family, and lecturers lead survivors to perceive that there are no obstacles to attain their goals. Student survivors also play their role as students, family members, and community members seriously (engagement), due to a sense of responsibility towards their own quality of life and success which they perceive is self-determined. A fighting spirit (motivation), a sense of care or concern, gratitude, and a resilient and robust personality are important factors that influence subjects flourishing.
Social Work Services for Children With Autism and Their Families in Vietnam Nguyá»…n, Hai Trung
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 5 No 1 (2020)
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In Vietnam, autism has only been known for more than 10 years, but it has quickly become a burden not only for family with autistic children, but also a burden for the whole society. Although there is no official published data, the number of children diagnosed and treated with autism at public health facilities has increased from 2000 to the present, higher than the previous year. The models of care, intervention, support for autistic children and their families in the world are taking a holistic approach and emphasizing the role of social work services because these services cover from internal Prevention, Intervention, Recovery and Development for children with autism and their families. For Vietnam, social work for a young job is only officially recognized as a job through the project No: 32/2010/QD-TTg "Development of social work careers in the period of 2010 - 2020”. In current conditions in Vietnam, social work services in the community are still new and in the process of development. Research results show that facilities are making efforts in providing social work services to autistic children and their families. However, because of many different reasons, these services have not really developed in a professional way. This limits the effectiveness of interventions with autistic children and their families in the current context in Vietnam.
Towards an Inclusive Social Welfare Institution for Disabilities: The Case of Indonesia Huripah, Enung
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 5 No 1 (2020)
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People with disabilities are vulnerable to experience exclusion and discrimination in society. Likewise in Indonesia, a common condition for people with disabilities is the low level of participation in various sectors, such as the economy, education, healthcare, and public infrastructure. However, Indonesia has committed and started efforts to improve the equality of people with disabilities’ access. One institution that plays an important role in this regard is the social welfare institution. On a related note, this study discusses the dynamic of the social welfare institution’s roles in Indonesia in providing welfare for people with disabilities. Furthermore, the roles are explored based on the current context of society, which over the last few years, has been changing rapidly due to technological advancements, information acceleration, and big data utilization. This study argues building an inclusive social welfare institution is fundamental to fulfill the people with disabilities’ welfare. This study uses a qualitative approach with literature review and secondary data analysis as data collection methods.
The Implementation of Psychosocial Therapy on the Victims of Landslide Disaster in Banjarnegara Central Java Province, Indonesia Subardhini, Meiti
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 5 No 1 (2020)
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Anxiety, Stress and Trauma are psychosocial conditions and labels for people who have suffered from any disasters and they areperceivably traumatized and unable to rise up from their adversity. Therefore, psychosocial recovery through various ways, especially therapy, becomes an alternative healing treatment for them. This study was aimed to examine the extent to which the implementation of psycho-medical therapy especially cognitive and behavioral therapy for the victims of landslides disaster in Banjarnegara. It was required to analyze how the effectiveness of psychosocial therapy was for stress and trauma undergone by the victims of landslide disaster in Banjarnegara. In practice, nourishment and visualization techniques of cognitive approach became an option to carry out at an early stage through several meetings. Furthermore, technique of systematic desentization and task orientation into advanced techniques performed on the victims of landslide disaster also went through several meetings. The procedure of the technique was carried out by two stages that divide the application of cognitive and behavioral approaches.Assessment and therapy function turn out to be the factor considered in this research, that the occuring change can be observed from the research subject. This research used qualitative descriptive methodology based on action research study, which basically requires describing the application of various techniques in psychosocial therapy conducted on three persons (3) of disaster victims as the research subject. The results of this research will perceivably benefit the research subject, as well as for the enrichment and experience of clinical social workers in various settings in overcoming psychosocial problems.
The Role of Empathic Love Therapy to Reduce Depression in Female Victims of Dating Violence Hasanah, Nurul; Urbayatun, Siti; Widiana, Herlina Siwi
Asian Social Work Journal Vol 5 No 1 (2020)
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One psychological impact experienced by women victims of violence in courtship depression. This study aims to reduce the symptoms of depression by using Empathic Love Therapy. This research uses a quasi-experiment with one group pretest-posttest design model. Three women aged 21-23 years, experiencing severe depression based on Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II) participated in eight therapy sessions. The results of quantitative analysis with the Friedman Test showed that there were differences in depression scores before treatment, after treatment and after the follow-up process. This result is supported by the average value of depression which decreases from before treatment, after treatment and after the follow-up process. Besides, Empathic Love Therapy has also been shown to affect decreasing manifestations of depression both in emotional, cognitive, motivational and physical/vegetative aspects. Meanwhile, the description analysis shows that the Empathic Love Therapy session is effective and useful to help participants identify themselves towards recovery. Therefore, it can be concluded that Empathic Love Therapy is effectively used to reduce the symptoms of depression in female victims of dating violence. Empathic Love Therapy can heal wounds for victims of violence in courtship by fostering empathic love in the participants so that the level of depression decreases.

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