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Counselors must be<br>aware of multiple cultures when dealing with multicultural clients. This paper focuses on an in-depth literature review of<br>counseling effectiveness that can be improved by reviewing previous studies that historically analyzed multicultural<br>counseling practices. More specifically, the literature review may frame findings from previous studies examining gaps in<br>multicultural counseling competencies. Most of these studies are based on effectiveness definitions and competencies of<br>cross-cultural counseling. So, this paper highlights the competencies of multicultural counseling in the world, identifying<br>strengths, weaknesses and challenges using a narrative literature review method in order to continue to make meaningful<br>contributions to the profession, bridge gaps and begin to develop a strong competency base for the future of MCC. In<br>addition to some recommendations that deserve further research for future studies.</p> Faten Ahmed Skafi Copyright (c) 2023 Tue, 17 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Investigating the Value of Counseling in Salala-Aisisagadai: A Local Wisdom Approach of Guidance and Counseling <p>Salala-Aisisagadai become a cultural dance (local wisdom) that involves many people beyond age and social status. What Salala-Aisisagadai? How it involves many people? Does it become an instrument of reconciliation? The objective of this research is to investigate the value of guidance and counseling in salala-aisisagadai. Researchers was utilizing the qualitative method in the ethnography approach. The informants are 5 traditional leaders of the Sirigiwari Clan. The approach to data collection is a semi-structured interview. Collected data was analyzed through the Milles method. The results of the study showed that the Salala-Asisagadai contains values of guidance and counseling, especially group counseling. Therefore Salala-Aisisagadai becomes a local wisdom of group guidance and counseling. The local community used this method in dealing with various experiences especially in expressing their sense of losing family members or loves ones.</p> Augusto da Costa, Mateus De Jesus Ximenes, Denata Viana da Conceicão, Adelia Soares, Jose da Conceicão Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Multicultural Counseling: Chance and Challenges for the Counselors in the 21st Century <p>The diversity of students is a potential for the dynamics of life for students and their development, every element of the student should have multicultural awareness, and multicultural awareness will not come alone, it must be developed and developed early on. This article aims to represent the urgency of multicultural counseling and its development in the 21st century. The study used in this discussion uses literature studies, the use of literature studies as a practical step in representing the urgency of multicultural counseling by focusing on discussing the chances and challenges for counselors in the 21st century. The results of this study indicate that multicultural counseling is described as a fourth force or fourth dimension which is implicitly framed in competition with humanism, behaviorism, and psychodynamics. Multicultural counseling requires the cultural competence of the counselor. Competence consists of knowledge, skills, and attitudes required professionally in multicultural counseling. A counselor needs to see multicultural counseling as a relationship that is not only temporary but as a relationship that has a long-term impact because it is related to forms of problem solving, so that the counseling process for a counselor is a responsibility in interpreting differences between students in interpreting values in their lives.</p> Prio Utomo, Maya Masyita Suherman, Reynalyn A. Tayaban Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Individual Counseling for Dyslexic Students <p>Students with dyslexia have difficulty reading so they are less able to understand learning material which has an impact on low academic, social and emotional scores. Based on these conditions, dyslexic students need counseling in dealing with these problems. The purpose of this study is to analyze the description of the condition of dyslexic students and individual counseling for dyslexic children. The research method is to use a literature review. The results of the study obtained data that dyslexia is caused by neurological factors that cause deficits in the areas of working memory and auditory temporal memory of dyslexia. This condition causes less accuracy in reading in dyslexic children. Individual counseling in schools carried out by Guidance and Counseling teachers can develop coping strategies to reduce the impact of stigma and difficulties on the learning process.</p> Tita Rosita, Yulia Nur Annisa Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Career Exploration Guidance Service for Indonesian Adolescents: A Literature Review Study <p>In the 21st century, adolescents will experience changing career paths and need the skills to seek information about themselves and the environment, including understanding the ability, interests, and values that will affect career satisfaction and decision-making. To obtain this information, adolescents need the opportunity to be involved in career exploration activities. Career exploration can be developed by guidance and counseling teachers by providing guidance services related to career exploration. This study aims to discuss the development of various guidance services to develop career exploration for adolescents in Indonesia. This research method uses a literature review examining various relevant reference sources related to career exploration based on the last ten years. The results revealed that there were still advantages and disadvantages in implementing career exploration guidance services that can be used as evaluation material in developing career exploration guidance services for adolescents. It can be concluded that the guidance service to develop adolescent career exploration is growing and can help adolescents to develop their career exploration.</p> Annisa Mumtaz Awaliyah, Mamat Supriatna, Ipah Saripah Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Need Assessment of Relaxation Techniques based on Local wisdom for Children with Eruption Traumatism <p>This study aimed to identify the need for appropriate counseling services for children who have experienced eruption trauma. This research method uses a cross-sectional survey research design of elementary school teachers and parents of affected children on the slopes of Mount Semeru. Data were collected using structured interviews, questionnaires, and observation of field conditions. The analysis data used are descriptive-interpretative. The study's results identified (1) the need for post-traumatic counseling services based on local wisdom for children affected by the Semeru eruption and (2) aspects of local wisdom that became the content of post-traumatic counseling for children affected by the Semeru eruption. This research becomes the basis and recommendation to develop a post-traumatic counseling model based on the local wisdom of the Mount Semeru community that is theoretically and practically acceptable.</p> Nur Hidayah, Nandang Rusmana, Asrowi, Rizka Apriani, Husni Hanafi, Nur Mega Aris Saputra Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Decision Making in the Perspective of Sundanese Culture and Its Implications in Guidance and Counseling <p>This study aims to analyze career decision-making skills from a Sundanese cultural perspective which is characteristic of Sundanese culture, Sundanese people's interests are synonymous with less challenging career choices and the difficulty of making career decisions because they adhere to the life principle "Kudu ngukur ka julur" (must adjust to one's own abilities) and “Tong sok getas harupateun” (don't take steps rashly). This is contrary to one of the Sundanese cultural values, namely the singer which means being a proactive person with a high work ethic, and is skilled. The conclusion of this study is that career decision making will have an impact on overall and sustainable career satisfaction, regardless of cultural background which includes gender and ethnicity. In making career decisions, each individual thinks about his career and how his thought processes will affect his career, especially those related to interests, abilities, values, job preferences, and the world of work. For this reason, career counseling guidance is here to help each individual make career-related decisions and effectively manage a career during their lifetime, including developing emotional resilience to overcome challenges that arise as their work life progresses.</p> Siti Fatimah, Riani Suminar Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Perspectives of Multicultural Counseling in Elementary School Education <p>Counseling is a process to help individuals overcome obstacles to their own development and achieve optimal development of their personal abilities. Given that the people being assisted come from different cultural backgrounds, a deep understanding of counseling services is required. Multicultural counseling, also known as cross-cultural counseling, is a form of counseling to understand clients with different background characteristics. The type of research used by researchers in this research is library research or library research. In carrying out educational activities, multicultural education must also be taught in classrooms, schools and to build students'' and teachers'' critical awareness of what is happening at the moment. The main goal of multicultural education is to make the younger generation become agents to reduce inter-group conflicts (SARA), which usually involve radicalism movements that often occur in Indonesia. Being able to be a role model who is able to accept differences with full tolerance makes the teacher''s task as an educator, this must be balanced with a holistic understanding of multicultural concepts. The attitude that must be changed or improved is that what is must be changed to universalism, with the hope of giving birth to a generation ready to live in tolerance (tasamuh) and multiculturalism, so that there is no exclusive attitude which can make students extreme towards their understanding and less able to have a sense of tolerance and differences between other students (Nugraha, Agung, 2018).</p> Wiwin Yuliani, Nurmauli Banjarnahor Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 An Analysis of School Counselors’ Creative Personality in West Bandung Regency <p>Personality is one of the aspects of a school counselor’s professional competence, which is shown by the ability to carry out creative and innovative services. This study aims to profile and analyze school counselors’ creative personalities in West Bandung Regency. This survey study distributed a creative personality questionnaire through Google Form to sixty-eight school counselors in junior high schools in West Bandung Regency. The study result showed that 18% of the participants have low creativity, 60% have moderate creativity, and 22% have high creativity. Further scrutiny through subvariable analysis showed that 19% of participants have low creativity in terms of product, while 56% and 25% have moderate and high creativity, respectively. Regarding participants’ creative attitude, 12% exhibited a low attitude, 69% exhibited a moderate attitude, and 19% exhibited a high attitude toward creativity. Lastly, 18% of participants have low creative behaviors, 68% have moderate creative behaviors, and 16% have high creative behaviors. The result of this study could be used as empirical data for developing school counselors’ creativity.</p> Ineu Maryani, Ahman, Juntika Nurihsan, Ilfiandra Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Philosophical and Psychological Analyze of Tolerance <p>This article contains an analysis of the philosophical and psychological studies of tolerance in the context of guidance and counseling. The scope of the tolerance study includes a philosophical review and a psychological review of tolerance. The method used is the literature review method, with five stages, namely looking for similarities (compare), looking for dissimilarities (contrast), providing views (criticizing), comparing (synthesizing), and summarizing (summarizing). The results of the study show that philosophical tolerance is influenced by idealism and humanism and is supported by the philosophers Socrates, Spinoza, John Stuart Mill, Jurgen Habermas, Karl Popper, John Rawls, Michael Walzer and Neville. The psychological figures namely Andrew Murphy, Amy Guttmann, and Gordon Allport. The results of the analysis can also be used as material for research and development of tolerance programs in guidance and counseling services.</p> Muhammad Rezza Septian, Mamat Supriatna, Juntika Nurihsan, Nandang Budiman Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 The Description of Students' Career Adaptability in Senior High School <p>This study aims to know the description of students' career adaptability. A quantitative approach is used in this study, using Survey Research Designs. The sampling technique is cluster random sampling. The subject of this research involved 565 students at SMAN 1 Lemahabang Cirebon for grades X, XI, and XII. Data collection was carried out using a career adaptability scale. The career adaptability scale was adapted from the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale (CAAS) measurement by Savickas (2012) which has been translated into Indonesian by Rahayu (2021). 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British Journal of Guidance &amp; Counseling, 46, 738–751.</p> Iis Solihah, Edi Purwanta Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Guidance with making Batik Training Strategy together with Foreigner to Develop the Student Multicultural Awareness and Global Diversity Character <p>Multicultural awareness and global diversity character is a person’s ability to see, evaluate and interpret the diversity in their life internally and externally, so people able to respect, tolerant and aware of cultural values both our own cultures and foreigner cultures. This study aims to increase student’s multicultural awareness and global diversity character. This training consist of three phases, namely: 1) cultural exchange interaction phase, 2) making batik training phase, 3) activity result and reflection analysis. This study is collaborating with batik teacher, school counselor and school counselor foreign colleague and using some batik tools series as media. This research subjects consist of 6 students of 12 grades in majoring creative craft, batik and textiles for the academic year 2022/2023. The results of narrative research generally show that guidance with batik training strategy with foreigner able to develop the student multicultural awareness and develop their global diversity character. This can be seen in the student excitement, impressions, unique experiences and students understanding of cultural values from batik philosophy. Interaction between local and foreign languages, cultures as well as batik training activities can develop a student’s insight into multicultural awareness and expected to become students who are aware of the importance of global diversity character</p> Ghina Nailufar, Suherman Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Satisfaction Level of using Web-Based Media in Optimizing Guidance and Counseling Services for Students of Class XI IPA 1 SMA YWKA Palembang <p>This study was conducted to determine the level of satisfaction of using web-based media in optimizing guidance and counseling services. In this study using a quantitative approach with a descriptive method. The population in this study were students of class XI IPA 1 which amounted to 32 students and the sample of this study amounted to 32 students using totally sampling. The data collection technique uses a satisfaction with the use of web-based media. The results showed that the satisfaction level of using web-based media in optimizing guidance and counseling services was 19% in the low category, 69% in the medium category, and 13% in the high category. So it can be concluded that the level satisfaction of using web-based media in optimizing guidance and counseling services is in the medium category</p> Muhammad Agung Nurullah, Sigit Dwi Sucipto, Fadhlina Rozzaqyah, Nur Wisma Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Challenges for High School Students during the Pandemic to Increase Self-efficacy: A Literature Review Study <p>The latest facts on the ground, the Covid-19 pandemic crisis has caused damage in various sectors. In the world of education there are already 258 million children and adolescents who have dropped out of school. Boredom, not understanding lessons, stress due to academic load, inadequate internet quota, and lack of facilities and infrastructure to support the distance learning process. This study aims to discuss the challenges of student self-efficacy in maintaining learning motivation and academic achievement during online learning. This research method uses literature review by examining various relevant reference sources related to self-efficacy based on the last five-ten years, especially the last two years during the Covid-19 pandemic. The results of the study revealed that there were still advantages and disadvantages found in distance learning during the pandemic on students' self-efficacy. The results of the study revealed that the strengths and weaknesses can be used as evaluation material to improve the quality of the teaching and learning process to improve students' self-efficacy. It can be concluded that interventions to deal with students' self-efficacy challenges during a pandemic are not only an evaluation to improve the quality of education but also have a positive impact on the development of students' self-efficacy in the future.</p> Norma Majid, Agus Taufiq, Ipah Saripah Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Augmented reality: as a guidance and counseling tool for early childhood <p>Learning in early childhood education institutions uses the method of playing while learning. Likewise in carrying out the guidance and counseling process, early childhood must be in a pleasant atmosphere. Augmented reality is one of the media that can be used as a play tool by children to achieve the goals of guidance and counseling carried out by the teacher. This study aims to design an augmented reality application that can be used by early childhood to describe real conditions for children to recover from trauma or excessive anxiety about an object. The research methodology used is development research with research stages namely need assessment, preparation of an augmented reality information system, conceptual and operational trials in three PAUDs in Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia. this research methodology describes the stages of the methodology applied in conducting research with reference to the software development cycle in the form of a waterfall model. The result is an augmented reality application that supports the guidance and counseling process in early childhood education institutions.</p> Nurliana Nasution, Yuvi Darmayunata, Sri Wahyuni Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Implementation of Traditional Games in Classical Services: Efforts to Build Social Relationships in Multicultural Students <p>This paper aims to describe the benefits of traditional children's games in classical services. This is motivated by a phenomenon of changes in playing activities, which more often use modern games that are identical to the use of technology, which results in starting to become forgotten and become strangers. Writing based on this literature study can illustrate the importance of using traditional games in classical services, which can foster prosocial behavior, increase motivation and provide innovation so that boredom does not occur and makes it easier to understand the material provided in guidance and counseling services</p> Resti Okta Sari, Reza Pahlevi Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Protean Career of University Education Student <p>In the 21st century there is a new career contract that becomes part of everyday work life called a protean career which is characterized by actions that lead to self-directed and focus on intrinsic values in the pursuit of psychological success. This study aims to obtain a description of the protean career of university education student. The research was conducted using a quantitative approach and survey methods. Data were collected using a questionnaire of a five-level Likert scale which was adopted from the Protean Career Attitudes Scale (PCAS) developed by Briscoe et al (2006). Data were analyzed using the Rasch Model. The participants were 261 of university education student. The results showed that 82 students (31.4%) in transformational or protean career category, 36 students (13.8%) in reactive category, 43 students (16.5%) in rigid category, 100 students (38.3%) dependent category. In general, protean career of university education student are in the protean dependent career category, namely low on self-directed and values-driven aspects which are characterized by being unable to set priorities or manage their own careers.</p> Rifki Pradinavika, Nandang Rusmana, Amin Budiamin Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 The Implementation of Sociodrama to Reduce Bullying Behaviour of Islamic Junior High School Students <p>The aim of this research is to reduce the bullying behaviour by implementing sociodrama method to second grade students in YPMI Islamic Junior High School Wanayasa - Purwakarta. The research method used in this research is quasi experimental; with pretest-posttest control group design. Purposive sampling is used to collect the sample and questionnaire is used to collect the data which has been statistically validated and accepted by Counselling Guidance Expert. The treatment is given to the experimental class in four session. The result of the pre-test score in experimental class has reduced from 47.13 to 41.29 in the post-test. Meanwhile, controlled class score has increased from 42.00 to 43.80. Based on the Sig. (2-tailed) experimental class is 0.000 &lt; 0.05, so Ha is accepted, it means the sociodrama method could reduce the bullying behaviour in second grade students of YPMI Islamic Junior High School.</p> Rima Irmayanti, Artyarini, Dean Raiyasmi Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Deterrence of Radicalism through Multicultural Education among Students <p>Students who are in the age range of 18 to 21 years are in their late teens. They have a high curiosity, one of which is on the spiritual aspect. They are looking for their true identity to define the right way of life according to the guidance of the Qur'an and As-Sunnah. Viewed from a social perspective, students come from various regions, ethnicities with different religious understanding and diverse social backgrounds, so multiculturalism is reflected in Bhineka Tunggal Ika. Thus, there is a potential for integrative and disintegrative values among students. Efforts to define the life meaning and identity that is not fortified by correct religious understanding and the influence of friendship based on disintegrative values can lead to radicalism. Therefore, the purpose of this research was to counteract the understanding of radicalism among students through multicultural education, so that the true meaning of life according to the guidance of the Al-Qur'an and As-Sunnah through integrative values can be internalized in thoughts and attitudes and manifested in actions. The research method used was descriptive qualitative. The results of the study show that there is increased understanding of the dangers of radicalism so that exclusive understanding of religious doctrines can be minimized and radicalism can be prevented through multicultural education.</p> Rina Kurnia, Wiwin Widiyanti, Puji Damayanti Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 The Effectiveness of Personal-Social Guidance Services through Strengths based Advising for the Development of Social Adjustment in Adolescents <p>Personal-social guidance through strengths-based advising is an effort to synchronize education with guidance and counseling services. This study aims to produce a personalsocial guidance model through strength-based advising to develop social adjustment in adolescents. The research problem formulation is the effectiveness of the personal-social guidance model through strengths-based advising on adolescent social adjustment. This study uses a quantitative and qualitative approach (mixed method). The model used is explanatory sequential mixed methods. The research results show that the social adjustment profile is in a low category, averaging 52%. The personal-social guidance model through strength-based advising can be effective for developing social adjustment. The social adjustment aspect with the highest significance is the recognition aspect, with a significance of .235 compared to other aspects.</p> Setiana Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Subjective Well-Being Profile of Students at SMA Negeri 9 Bandung <p>Adolescence is a period that is quite vulnerable to change and challenges so adolescents need subjective well-being in their lives concerning true happiness and life satisfaction because if adolescents have high subjective well-being, they also show a higher level of success in the academic, social, and academic fields. intrapersonal. Hence, this study aims to describe the subjective well-being profile of students at SMA Negeri 9 Bandung. The research approach was carried out using a quantitative and descriptive method with a total of 305 students in class XI. From the students' subjective well-being instruments that have been distributed, several findings were obtained, namely the overall subjective well-being profile of students in the medium category with a percentage of 68% and the level of the tendency of students' subjective well-being in each dimension in the medium category.</p> Tanzilal Wanda Rizki, Ipah Saripah, Anne Hafina Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Self-Adjustment of First Year FIP UNP Students in Higher Education and Implications on Guidance and counseling Services: Descriptive Study of Students of the Faculty of Education, Padang State University <p>This study aims to describe the adjustment of first year FIP students in the academic field, as well as the adjustment of first year FIP students in non-academic fields. This study used a quantitative method with a descriptive approach with a total sample of 300 people, the sample selection used the Proportional Random Sampling technique. The instrument used likert scale, measurement and processed using percentage analysis techniques by determining the mean value, standard deviation, and score. The research finds that the adjustment of first-year students is generally in the fairly good category (32.7%). Furthermore, adjustment in the academic field is in the fairly good category (40.3%) and adjustment in the non-academic field is in the fairly good category (41.0%).</p> Tomi Sukardi, Tomi Sukardi, Williya Novianti Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Multicultural Counseling-a Review of the Literature: Findings and Recommendations <p>Individual behavior is a manifestation of the culture in which his lives. Human interaction with their environment as well as all kinds of experineces they get from that interaction will drive someone behavior. Behavior is also driven, in part, by thoughts and feelings, which provide insight into individual psyche, revealing such things as attitudes and values. Behavior diversity is a manifestation of different cultures in which people live. so that two people who come from different cultures may show different knowledge, attitudes and behaviors. Cultural diversity is also triggered by globalization where interactions between people from various nations make their respective cultures mingle and even influence each other. In societies, cultural diversity benefits everyone both in professional and educational environments. It paves the way to more empathy and compassion, deepened learning, better problem solving as well as approaches the world from various perspectives. In the context of schools where students are increasingly diverse, multicultural education becomes important to teach so that students' cultural empathy increases and can minimize conflicts between students caused by cultural differences.</p> Williya Novianti, Tuti Alawiyah Copyright (c) 2023 Sun, 08 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +0000