Studi Kasus: Penanganan Perilaku Manipulatif Pada Anak Usia Dini Melalui Pendekatan Client Centred Play Therapy
Keywords:Chid centred play therapy, perilaku manipulatif
The subject is a 5-year-old girl, who has a maladaptive behavior problem, namely manipulative behavior which is shown by often lying to trigger conflicts in the surrounding environment. The subject often cries, gets angry easily, and is often aloof. Both of the subject's parents did not have much time for themselves, the subject's mother was known to have had an affair and the subject's father was rarely at home so that he did not get a good role model from his parents. He doesn't have friends so he spends a lot of time playing with gadgets and watching soap operas on television. The assessments carried out were interviews, observations, giving graphic tests. The intervention given was a child-centered play therapy (CCTP) approach, which was carried out for 7 sessions. The purpose of this intervention is to reduce manipulative behavior so that the subject can become a better person and undergo adaptive relationships with their social environment. After the subject underwent CCTP therapy, changes were seen in the subject's behavior, especially the reduced his manipulative behavior. Although occasionally when he is emotionally depressed, he still behaves manipulatively. Henceforth, the subject is advised to undergo further intervention in an effort to overcome the main trauma in him.
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