Penerapan Modul Literasi Dasar Kesehatan Mental Remaja Dengan Penelitian Tindakan Berbasis Partisipasi
Faustina Aluwi, Kathleen Rachel, Raisha Firmansyah, Anita Novianty
Mental disorders are a problem that took the attention of global citizens. Particularly the prevalence of mental disorders in Indonesia kept on raising that leads to an urgency of preventive of promotive regarding to mental health. The participants in this study were educators and students in a private middle school and high school in DKI Jakarta. This study visualized a participatory action research model in implementing the mental health literacy for adolescents, as well as the results of the psychoeducation implementation. A qualitative approach was applied as a design in this research and thematic coding was used to analyse the data. The results showed that participatory action research is effective in implementing the mental health literacy module to adolescents in school settings. It was also founded that the participant understands the concept of mental health states, the indicators of each level and the ability to know their own mental health states. However, 10.33% of the participants had not comprehend the concept of mental health states, and 63.86% of the participants had not been able to express their mental health states. The limitation on time management was a problem encountered on participatory action research model, as well as the dissemination of results as the evaluation of delivery technique and the contents of the module need to be conducted. The implication of this study showed that participatory action research has the quality to be an option for school- based interventions.
adolescents, mental health literacy, participatory action research, school
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