The Readiness for enchacement of school age children development with therapetic group therapy: a sistematic review

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Abstract

School-age children are individuals who are in the age range of 6-12 years which is known as the industrial phase of development. Failure to achieve this development can cause school children to experience low self-esteem. School-age children are the nation's future generation whose growth and development needs to be considered. The development of school-age children includes motor, cognitive, language, personality, emotional, moral, spiritual, and psychosocial aspects that can be stimulated by Therapeutic Group Therapy. The purpose of this literature study is to determine the effectiveness of Therapeutic Group Therapy towards increasing the development of the industrial phase of school children. The method used is a systematic review. The results of a review of 8 articles found that Therapeutic Group Therapy improves the industrial phase of school children, namely motor, cognitive, language, emotional, personality, moral, spiritual, and psychosocial aspects, as well as increasing the ability of families, cadres and teachers to stimulate the development of school children. In conclusion, the application of Therapeutic Group Therapy is effective in increasing the industrial development of school children by empowering families, teachers, and mental health cadres. This literature study recommends Therapeutic Group Therapy for school children can be carried out in the health service setting in the community as a form of mental health nursing services for school-age children and families by involving mental health cadres and teachers, to optimize the development of the school children industry.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJurnal Kesehatan Manarang
Volume10
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2 Aug 2023

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