The Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavior Counseling Group with Self Instruction and Cognitive Restructuring Techniques to Improve Students' Self Confidence
This study aimed to examine the effect of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy group counseling with self-instruction technique and cognitive restructuring techniques to improve students' self-confidence. The research method used is quasi-experiment, test design repeated measure ANOVA by involving research subject as much as 16 students who were selected by random sampling from 75 students. The results showed that cognitive restructuring technique and self-instruction technique is effective to improve the self-confidence. The result of self-instruction technique is higher than cognitive restructuring technique to improve students' self-confidence.
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