Satwika Rahapsari

Nama Lengkap: Satwika Rahapsari, S.Psi, M.A., R-DMT

Email: satwikarahapsari[at]ugm.ac.id

Latar Belakang Pendidikan:

2017 – Master of Art Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling, Creative Arts Therapies Department, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA.

2006  –   Sarjana Psikologi, Fakultas Psikologi, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia.

Bidang Pengajaran: Psikologi Klinis

 

 

Minat Penelitian: Konseling dan Psikoterapi, Creative Arts Therapies

Pelatihan:

2016 – 2017    Clinical Internship: Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services, Philadelphia, USA

2016                DBT Dialectical Behavior Therapy using Mindfulness Practices, Behaviorism, and Creative Arts in Therapies to Foster Growth Workshop, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA.

2016                Clinical practicum: Geropsych Unit, Roxborough Memorial Hospital, Philadelphia, USA.

2015                Clinical practicum: HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy, Philadelphia, USA.

2011                Medical and Psychosocial Assistance for Irregular Migrants in Indonesia Workshop, International Organization for Migration (IOM) Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia.

 Penghargaan dan Beasiswa:

2017                Overall Achievement Award, Creative Arts Therapies Department, Drexel University.

2017                Alpha Eta Society Scholarship in Allied Health, Drexel University Chapter of The Alpha Eta Society.

2016                International Peace Scholarship, International Peace Scholarship (IPS) PEO, USA.

2015                Dean Award, College of Nursing and Health Profession, Drexel University.

2015                Fulbright Master’s Degree Scholarship, The Fulbright Program, USA.

Konferensi:

Rahapsari, S. (2017). A thematic analysis of interviews with the Southeast Asian refugees: Understanding resilience with the implications for dance/movement therapy support. Oral session presented in the Drexel Emerging Scholar Conference, Drexel University, April 27, 2017, Philadelphia, USA.

Rahapsari, S. (2016). Finding the Self in the the Bedhaya: Jungian depth psychology analysis of the Javanese sacred dance. Panel 3: Bodies with and against the tides session presented in the Southeast Asia Graduate Student Conference, Southeast Asia Program (SEAP), Cornell University, March 11 – 13, 2016, Ithaca, USA.