ABUSE-FOCUSED COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (AF-CBT) FOR PHYSICAL ABUSE CHILD

Siti Rahmah

Abstract


Parents have a role in building hopes and working models for children. However, the condition will be different when the child was abused by the parent. Children will develop withdrawal behavior. Therefore, researchers conduct AF-CBT to reduce withdrawal behavior through comprehensive intervention in families and children. Researchers conducted the study as the task of completing a practical professional in clinical psychologist programs. This study is one of the therapies for families that have related problems; anger, aggression, and abuse. The subjects of this study were eight-year-old boys. This study uses case study research. Data collection tools used is interviews, observation, and psychological test. Analysis of withdrawal symptoms is using qualitative analysis. Data is collected using psychological measurement tools. The results of the intervention indicate a change in behavior that arises in the subject. This research is expected to be one form of intervention literacy in overcoming the problem of abused children in a clinical psychology setting. 

Keywords: AF-CBT, Abuse Child, Withdrawal, Intervention


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ISBN 978-623-7086-17-8