Research Paper | Psychology | Indonesia | Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021
Detox Mind: An Innovation of Islamic Based Learning as a Psychological Well-Being Intervention in Students Active in Organizations in East Java
Zainul Anwar  | Tika Aryani | Gresy Adelia Mawardani | Fitri Sudirman | Irba Chalisha Amaly | Hida Yanti
Abstract: This study aims to determine the effectiveness of Detox Mind through Cognitive Behavior Religious Therapy training in reducing depression levels and increasing Psychological Well-Being levels in students who are active in organizations in East Java. The detox mind program through Cognitive Behaviour Religious Therapy training consists of five sessions with four meetings with 60-120 minutes. This study is an experimental study using a pretest-posttest design. Eleven students who were active in organizations in East Java participated in the study; they joined in more than two organizations, were between semester 1 and semester 2, and were males and females. The scales used in the study were the Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II) scale and the Psychological Well-Being scale with data analysis using the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test to measure differences in pretest and final test. The result of the current study indicates that, on the depression scale, there is a significant difference between the results of the pretest and posttest with a value of p = 0.075 <0.05, negative ranks with a value of N = 4, mean ranks 3.25, the sum of ranks = 13.00, and positive ranks with a value of N=7, an average rating of 7.57, and the sum of ranks of 53.00. Meanwhile, the results of the psychological well-being scale test showed that there was a difference between the results of the pretest and posttest with a p-value of 0.007 <0.05, with negative ranks N=1, mean ranks=2.50, the sum of ranks=2.50, and with positive ranks of N=10, mean ranks=6.35, and the sum of ranks=63.50.
Keywords: detox mind, Islamic-based learning, psychological well-being, active students in organizations, East Java
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021,
Pages: 80 - 84
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