Pengaruh Pelatihan Regulasi Emosi untuk Meningkatkan Subjective Well-Being pada Orangtua dengan Anak Berkebutuhan Khusus
This study aims to improve subjective well-being in parents with children with special needs (ABK) through emotional regulation training. The hypothesis is that emotional regulation training can improve subjective well-being in parents with ABK. The research design used pre-test post-test one group design. The research subjects were parents whose children attended PAUD / SPS activities in RW se Kecamatan Umbulharjo, which amounted to 12 people. The data collection instrument used SWB scale, observation sheet, and interview guide. Data analysis used descriptive statistic analysis to compare pretest, posttest, and follow-up score. The results show that emotional regulation training can improve subjective well-being in parents with Children with Special Needs (ABK). With reliability test results obtained 35 valid results and 35 aitem autumn. Its alpha reliability coefficient index is 0.923. This research can be used as a reference for the implementing unit of guidance and counseling services in universities, lecturers, and counselors at universities to improve emotional regulation to improve subjective well-being in parents with children with special needs.
emotional regulation training, subjective well-being, parents of children with special needs
PSIKOPEDAGOGIA Jurnal Bimbingan dan Konseling ISSN: 2301-6167, e-ISSN: 2528-7206 Published by Universitas Ahmad Dahlan in collaboration with Association of Guidance Counseling Study Program, ALPTKPTM, Indonesia