Activity Program on Campus Family Problems and Handling

The on-campus practitioner program is a new activity that brings practitioners from outside the campus to teach students of the guidance and counseling study program. The implementation of lecture activities with practitioners is aligned with courses that are in accordance with the topic or material presented by practitioners. One of the practices presented at this activity isAri Prasetyo, S.Psi as PUSPAGA KESENGSEM Counselor at the Office of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection, Population Control and Family Planning, Sleman Regency. This series of lectures was attended by lecturers, undergraduate and postgraduate students.

The first session was held on December 7, 2021, with material on family problems and their handling online through a zoom meeting. The number of participants who took part in the activities in the first session was more than 200 students. The second session will be held on December 14, 2021. The material that will be given in this session is the approach and implementation of family problems. More than 150 students took part in the second session.

Based on the two sessions, the participants were very enthusiastic and enthusiastic about participating in each series of activities. This is evident when participants actively participate in the discussion process. This activity provides benefits for students to realize the impact of problems in the family and the importance of making plans as a preventive effort in overcoming student problems related to the practice of family life. For the Guidance and Counseling program, it can also add to the wealth of knowledge, especially with regard to various counseling approaches that have been studied as an effort to deal with various problems in the family. (end)