Pelatihan Pendekatan Pencit Untuk Mengatasi Anak Bandel di Kelurahan Wonokromo Surabaya
Keywords:PENCIT, Brat, ODD
This community service activity is carried out to introduce and increase community knowledge and Skill about the Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PENCIT) approach to overcome recalcitrant children and prevent behavioral deviations, known as oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). This community service activity was carried out at RT / RW 007/004 Kelurhan Wonokromo Surabaya. The implementation period of the activity is 3 months (starting from submitting proposals to making reports and evaluating). The method used is to invite mothers, both those with pre-school and school-age children, even if some of them are grandmothers doing psychoeducation about the introduction of the PENCIT approach, which basically they already know but are underestimated and do not know that PENCIT is a form of therapy for recalcitrant children. Increased knowledge can be seen from the increase in pre-post test results after the PENCIT approach psychoeducation is carried out. The output of this activity is a report that has been published in a journal and an increase in knowledge about the PENCIT approach and its benefits.
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