Comic Therapy Covid-19 (CTC), Language Therapy (LT), and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

Anas Ahmadi, Darni Darni, Wulan Patria Saroinsong, Suhartono Suhartono, Siti Ina Savira, Nuria Reny Hariyati


This study is a fragment of research related to the arrangement of comic therapy covid-19. The aim of this study to describe the phase of arranging comic therapy covid-19 which includes three phases, namely (1) analysis phase, (2) planning phase, and (3) design phase. This study used qualitative approach because it exposes more data naturally and descriptive. Data analysis techniques in this study are identification, classification, reduction, exposure, and verification. The results show that researcher conducted a needs analysis, material analysis, and objective analysis in the analysis phase. In the planning phase, researcher conducted budget planning for the preparation of books, planning instrument preparation, and planning future plans. At this stage, the researcher also recruited book drafting team: the creative team, the design team, the editing team, and the validation team. In the design phase, researcher compiled a draft chapter related to the book and develop a book quality standard. In compiling the book, researcher included the concepts of language therapy and cognitive behavior therapy. Through language therapy and cognitive behavior therapy, the comic therapy covid-19 is expected to provide language and psychological benefit for society.


Language Therapy; Comic; Cognitive Behavior Therapy

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