Hubungan Self-Compassion dan Distres Psikologis saat Pandemi COVID-19 pada Petugas Satpol PP Kota Bandung

Lavio Dwipa Zulian, Hedi Wahyudi

Abstract


Abstract— COVID-19 pandemic is a collective event that increases risk factors for experiencing high psychological distress. One category of frontline workers most affected by this pandemic is Satpol PP officers. Satpol PP officers working in the field face a higher risk of exposure to the virus than the general population. This type of stressor can be a significant trigger for psychological distress. This study was aimed at finding the association between self-compassion and psychological distress in situations of acute and multidimensional distress, namely the COVID-19 pandemic, among Satpol PP officers. Much of the previous research was limited to situations with everyday stressors such as noise and congestion. The Spearman Rank correlational analysis technique was used in this study. With the total number of respondents reaching 90 Satpol PP officers with PHL status, the results showed that there was a negative correlation with a moderate degree of -0.684 between self-compassion and psychological distress found in Satpol PP officers with PHL status in Bandung.

Keywords— Self-Compassion Psychological Distress, Satpol PP Officers

 

Abstrak— Pandemi COVID-19 merupakan kejadian kolektif yang meningkatkan faktor risiko masyarakat terhadap pengalaman distres psikologis yang tinggi. Salah satu kategori profesi yang paling terdampak dalam pandemi ini adalah petugas satpol PP. Para petugas satpol PP yang bekerja di lapangan meghadapi risiko terpapar virus yang lebih tinggi dibandingkan populasi pada umumnya. Stresor semacam ini merupakan pemicu distres psikologis yang signifikan. Penelitian ini ditujukan untuk mencari tahu keterkaitan antara self-compassion dengan distres psikologis di  situasi distres yang bersifat akut dan multidimensional yaitu pandemi COVID-19 pada profesi Satpol PP di kota Bandung. Banyak dari penelitian terdahulu terbatas pada situasi dengan jenis stresor yang bersifat keseharian seperti kebisingan dan kemacetan. Teknik analisis korelasional Rank Spearman digunakan dalam penelitian ini. Dengan jumlah responden sebanyak 90 petugas satpol PP berstatus PHL, hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa terdapat korelasi negatif dengan derajat sedang sebesar -0,684 antara self-compassion dan distres psikologis pada petugas Satpol PP berstatus PHL di kota Bandung.

Kata Kunci— Self-compassion, Distres Psikologis, Petugas Satpol PP


Keywords


Self-Compassion, Distres Psikologis, Petugas Satpol PP

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29313/.v6i2.23909

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