Suicide cases in adolescents have increased from year to year. This study aimed to analyze the effect of cognitive behavioral therapy in preventing suicide risk in students at Batu Nangkar 2 Junior High School in 2015. CBT is a combination of cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy designed to change negative thought patterns into positive ones so as to produce changes in behavior. Research design was "Quasi Experimental Pre-Post with "Control Group". The study was conducted on 60 respondents, 30 people in the intervention group, 30 people in the control group. The intervention group was divided into 4 groups, CBT there were 5 sessions, sessions 1,2 and 3 were combined into 1 meeting, sessions 4 and 5 each had 1 meeting, with 30 minutes each session. The results showed a significant decrease in cognitive and behavioral responses about suicide (p-value≤0.05) in students who received Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) recommended to be applied to students who had suicidal risk along with other nursing interventions.
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|Jurnal Penelitian Kesehatan Suara Forikes
|Published - 21 Jul 2020