Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

Online Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: Interventions to Increase Resilience of the Covid-19 Patients through Cyberpsychology Approach


Zainul Anwar*, Hida Yanti, Nadila Apriola Susanto, Aulia Rachma, Shella and Vania Damayanti

The study aims to test the effectiveness of the online Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy in increasing the resilience of the Covid-19 patients through a cyberpsychology approach in the form of a website as a digitalization medium in providing Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy interventions to the Covid-19 patients. The Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy online program consists of six sessions and is carried out in four meetings of 30-120 minutes per meeting. The study is pre-experimental research using one group pretestposttest experimental design. The study participants were 5 Covid-19 patients with mild and asymptomatic symptoms, males and females aged 20-27 years. The scale used as a measuring tool is the Connor Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC). The hypothesis test results using analysis Wilcoxon signed-rank test showed a value of Z = -2.023 (p < 0.05), positive ranks with a mean rank of 3.00, and the sum of ranks 15.00. Thus, it indicates that online Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy can increase the resilience of the Covid-19 patients significantly.


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