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Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling
ISSN : 27461513     EISSN : 27461521     DOI : https://doi.org/10.21580/jagc
Aim: This journal publishes articles as a result of empirical research in Guidance and Counseling, both quantitative and qualitative. Scopes: The scopes of Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling are Islamic Guidance and Counseling, Child and Adolescent Counseling, Adult and Elder Counseling, Family Counseling, School Counseling, Higher Education Counseling, Crisis and Risk Counseling, Occupational Counseling, Cyber Counseling, Educational Psychology, Counseling and Guidance, Rehabilitation Counseling, Technology usage in Counseling, Counseling and Guidance for Special Population
Articles 10 Documents
Mental health with COVID-19: Health crisis intervention Maullasari, Sri; Fiana, Anis Lud
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.2.5945

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Purpose - The research objective is to describe and explain health crisis interventions in mental health with COVID-19.Method - This peper use a literature study of various literature on mental health with COVID-19: health crisis interventions.Result - This study indicates that crisis intervention assists those afflicted by a crisis that requires quick handling to be resolved immediately, and the psychological balance is immediately restored during the COVID-19 pandemic.Implications - This research is expected to be the basis for determining intervention models in mental health disorders.Originality - A concept of health crisis intervention assistance.
Building peer social support as a mental disorder solution for the blind Habibah, Umi; Sucipto, Ade
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.1.5774

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Blind people are people with disabilities due to the dysfunction of the sense of vision, this condition triggers the birth of various mental disorders. This qualitative study tries to examine the mental problems of blind vision disorders in the Sahabat Mata Semarang Community and the solutions the management is trying to overcome. The results of the study show that mental disorders with visual impairments include difficulties in adapting to the environment, anxiety about the future of a career and soul mate, prolonged stress due to dependence on others and no economic independence, and do not yet have self-acceptance. One of the efforts undertaken by the management of this community is to build peer social support, namely support provided by fellow blind people in the form of emotional support, appreciation support, structural support, information support, and real assistance. The various supports are built by holding regular recitals, monthly community meetings, and building good interpersonal relationships. Such peer social support, felt blind can provide alternative solutions and a variety of mental disorder problems they experience.
Optimization of religious extension role in COVID-19 pandemic Bastomi, Hasan
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.2.6032

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Purpose -  This study aims to investigate the optimization of the role of religious instructors in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.Method - This research is a type of library research, namely, by recording all findings and integrating all findings, both theories and new findings about the religious extension, analyzing all findings from various reading and providing critical ideas about optimizing the role of religious instructors in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.Result - The results of the study show that various issues in all sectors emerged as a result of the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is necessary to optimize the role of religious instructors who play a very strategic role in the framework of mental, moral, and value development devotion of the people and also contribute to improving the quality of life of the people in various fields both in the field of religion and development amid COVID-19 pandemic by carrying out informative and educative functions, consultative functions, and advocacy functions.Implications - To optimize the role, several things need to be done by religious instructors.Originality - The framework of mental development with optimization of religious extension role in the midst of COVID-19 pandemic.
Moral and spiritual aspects in counseling: Recent development in the West Mufid, Abdul
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.1.5696

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This paper aims to explore the moral and spiritual dimensions of counseling. Since professional counseling has developed in the West, the cultural identity and individualistic orientation of identity has entered the counseling profession. Recently a surge of interest in spirituality and religion has been noted with several treatments focused on a new approach to counseling. The new approach shows that spirituality in life is central to individuals, families and communities. Therapists examine the relationship between spirituality and general psychological health. Secular and religious professionals recognize the paradigm shift from illness to health and from individualism to collectivism. Counseling that develops from the premise of such a therapist must be free of value. The emergence of an integrated perspective with religious and spirituality counseling views has resulted in a fundamental conflict with the prevailing professional value system. Counselors still want to avoid the role of a moralist. The controversy also relates to the firmness one wants, the therapist attaching moral and spiritual dimensions while advocating certain values. Psychotherapy, as a moralistic company, requires modification in its training program. Therapists need to change their orientation, namely as scientists with deep moral or spiritual commitment. Clients need and demand reorientation like this. This profession has a claim to respond to the needs of its clients and it cannot ignore the impetus that arises in practice.
A counseling service for developing the qona'ah attitude of millennial generation in attaining happiness Halik, Al
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.2.5810

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Purpose -  The research objective is a trial to create group counseling services with self-acceptance techniques to develop Qona’ah attitudes in realizing the happiness of the millennial generation.Method - The method used in data collection was a literature study.Result - The result of this paper is to offer group guidance and counseling using self-acceptance techniques to develop a Qona’ah attitude. Positive self-acceptance will be able to create happiness.Implications - Qona’ah attitude requires a training with strong patience, the applied counseling services  are group guidance and counseling services with four stages.Originality - A method of developing the Qona’ah attitude of the millennial generation is a process of providing professional assistance which is characterized by a continuous process with systematic steps to an individu or groups of people.
Riyadhah: The model of the character education based on sufistic counseling Bassar, Agus Samsul; Hasanah, Aan
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.1.5763

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The purpose of education did not only build intelligent people, but also built a strong character and noble character based on the noble values of the nation and religion. Then, a quality and holistic character education becomes a necessity for the Indonesian people who want to develop the potential of the nations to have spiritual strength, self-control, personality, intelligence, noble character, and the skills needed by themselves, society, nation and state. Character education in Islam is a moral education which is the essence of Islamic teachings. For example, the character education applied by the Sufis with various riyadhah in their zawiyah or ribath under the guidance of the murshid who becomes a role model in the process of habituating and disciplining students. This study aimed to explore the model of the character education based on sufistic counseling with the various riyadhah in guiding students to have noble character. This descriptive study used a qualitative approach by a literature study and case study in the field. The research found that the process of character internalization carried out through various riyadhah is a spiritual practice covering all aspects of life, both worship and muamalah in an effort to maintain a harmonious relationship between humans and Allah, humans with other humans, humans with their environment, and humans with themselves. Therefore, it is be able to clean the spirit and to devote themselves to the Divine, by having character or noble character and always doing good in life.
Professionalism of Islamic spiritual guide Wangsanata, Susana Aditiya; Supriyono, Widodo; Murtadho, Ali
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.2.5919

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Purpose - The aim of this research was to recognize radically (deeply) the professionalism of Islamic spiritual guides.Method - This research used descriptive qualitative with the determination of informants using the model of snowball. The data analysis in this study used Creswell's theory of analysis ranging from data reduction, display, and to conclutions.Result - The results of this study indicate that a professional Islamic spiritual guide needs to meet three indicators in order to carry out counseling process optimally. The indicators of professionalism are relevant educational qualifications, expertise or qualified credibility, and finally the presence of payment commensurate with the quality of work. Meanwhile, the professionalism of Islamic spiritual guidance services is to pay attention to the time and material given to counselees so that they can display or provide Islamic spiritual guidance services professionally.Implications - The implication of this research is to improve performance professionally by absorbing the experts or specialists in the field of Islamic spiritual guidance.Originality - The originality of this study is that it is the first research model to apply the correlation research method with the LESKAP pattern.
Happiness reconstruction through Islamic guidelines in blinds in The Muslim Blinds of Indonesia (ITMI) Central Java Himawanti, Izza; Hidayatullah, Ahmad; Setiyono, Andhi
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.1.5768

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Blind experience various psychological conditions that need attention, such as feeling inferior, hopeless, and useless so that it affects the level of happiness. The main purpose of this study is to determine the process of reconstruction of happiness in blind people through Islamic guidance. This research uses a qualitative method with a phenomenological approach; the process of data analysis uses the Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis technique. The subjects of the study were the blind who were members of ITMI (Indonesian Moslem Blind Association) and actively in Islamic guidance. The process of selecting subjects uses a purposive sampling method. The results showed that Islamic guidance had a positive influence in the process of reconstructing the happiness of the blind. Various processes of cognition and affection can be explored well during the process of Islamic guidance. The process of reconstructing happiness in the blind people goes through six stages, beginning with the stage of negative emotional conditions such as despair and anxiety, feeling isolated from the social environment, and then undertaking the process of finding meaning in life and reconstructing happiness.
Self-esteem people with HIV/AIDS: Review of reality counseling approach Fiana, Anis Lud
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.2.5941

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Purpose -  The purpose of this study was to determine the self-esteem of people with HIV/AIDS in terms of the reality counseling approach.Method - The method used in this paper is a literature study.Result - The results of this study indicated that the reality counseling approach with the wants, needs, and perceptions, direction and doing, self-evaluation, and planning (WDEP) technique could help their circumstances and situations assess more realistically, help reduce the burden on thoughts, help find meaning in their lives, help have a life expectancy, and maintain or increase the self-esteem of people with HIV/AIDS.Implications - The results of this study expected to provide benefits in scientific guidance and counseling considering that in terms of applicability, the reality approach can be used for various problems in counseling practice.Originality - In this paper, a reality counseling approach can be one way as a form of mental support. People with HIV/AIDS needs the help of others in going through its downtime in achieving the self-esteem that ultimately reaches the meaning of his life.
Dzikir as a therapy in sufistic counseling Sucipto, Ade
Journal of Advanced Guidance and Counseling Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jagc.2020.1.1.5773

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This paper was aimed to provide knowledge that Dzikir can be used as an alternative therapy in sufistic counseling. Sufis have the view that all the problems faced by all individuals come from an uneasy heart or mind, so the first process of giving assistance to be done is to organize the heart or mind. Dzikir as a therapy in sufistic counseling is interesting to be studied further by using a grounded theory in qualitative research method. The results show that dhikr therapy is one of the sufistic counseling techniques that can be used to heal an uneasy heart or mind. Dzikir will make the counselee closer to the creator, namely Allah. In addition, dhikr makes the counselee aware of the essence of himself as a creature of God so that the powers of the soul emerge that will help the counselee overcome problems at hand.

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