Virtual Conference
Mental Health 2022

Ahmad Zain Sarnoto

Institut Of PTIQ Jakarta, Indonesia

Title: Implementation of psycoreligius therapy in the middle of the covid-19 pandemic in urban communities in Indonesia

Abstract

This paper examines the implementation of psychoreligious in a therapeutic perspective, which can be done on people affected by the 2019 corona virus (Covid-19) in urban areas in Indonesia, because pandemic situations often cause social chaos, and are often found in people's religious and socio-religious thoughts. The type of research in this paper is library research, using a qualitative-philosophical approach. Data were analyzed using Religious Cognitive Emotional Theory (RCET). This study found; First, physical healing efforts require realistic religious thinking to explain that the purpose and meaning of their life is very important, and maintaining a healthy body is the most important religious teaching. Second, the therapeutic process that can be carried out by the therapist by directing the client into three main dimensions: psycho-religious, cognitive-religious, and spiritual-religious. The findings in this study contribute to increasing the treasures of thought in therapeutic disciplines in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic 

Biography

Ahmad Zain Sarnoto has completed his PHD at the age of 35 from the Nusantara Islamic University, Bandung, Indonesia. He is the chairman of the Quality Assurance Institute PTIQ Jakarta, Indonesia. He has more than 100 publications which have been cited more than 500 times, and his publication h-index is 21. He has served on the editorial boards of several well-known journals.